RSA global connected insurance director Kenny Leitch states InsurTech will stop claims from happening.
Paul Williams, executive chairman of the JRW Group, warns brokers that fresh thinking is needed to survive in a changing world.
Twenty four firms selected by the regulator.
Anthony West, chief technology officer at VisionTrack, tells brokers what to look out for when it comes to InsurTech services.
The Comparethemarket owner has moved digital and data staff to the White Collar Factory on London’s Silicon Roundabout.
Broker says platform aims to be like Amazon Marketplace, but for insurance.
Connected home InsurTech start-up also signs underwriting capacity deal with Munich Re.
Aviva group CEO says there's room for brokers as technology evolves.
Firm says proposition will initially provide motor-related ancillary products to brokers.
Insurer claims first on using AI in motor claims handling.
As British Insurance Brokers’ Association Conference attendees wake up to a new day, the #BibaFever team went in search of finding out the big issues at stake for the market.
Trade body launches innovation group aiming to increase uptake and awareness of InsurTech.
With the rise of technology, are brokers ready for the InsurTech Future? Our expert panel discusses how the industry can exploit new ideas and prepare for disruptors entering the market
Inefficient processes and a lack of understanding and deployment of technological solutions are holding Lloyd's back, writes Daniel Golding, director of financial services at Baringa.
A recap of the stories that grabbed your attention this week featuring an exclusive story that took broking into the national press, Towergate, the aviation probe, and Aviva’s tech future.
Insurer aims to transform its relationship with brokers.
Insurer finds that the use of social media is increasing but is unsure whether brokers are using it in a smart way to engage with customers.
Iain Harper, chief executive of InMyBag tells us why underwriters should be worried about InsurTech while brokers should see opportunities.
Insurer aims to eliminate question asking process by using big data.
Red Crake's Ed Pugh tells us how brokers can cut costs by using software systems to automate repetitive processes.
Firm says new AI offering will be able to do some of the tasks traditionally performed by brokers.
Just Miles chief technology officer Callum Rimmer tells us about the opportunities InsurTech can create for brokers.
Jonathan Swift explains that brokers have a lot to learn from firms like Bunker, Cover Wallet, Embroker, and Next Insurance.
The appointed representative, which offers cover for mobile devices, is to partner with machine learning firm Featurespace to prevent fraud.