Fintech Futures: Welcome to the future


Insurance Age has launched FinTech Futures, a campaign to help brokers develop in the digital age. The year-long programme has been specifically designed to encourage the insurance sector to work with innovators outside of the sector to drive growth and create a platform where common problems and opportunities might be shared, explored or solved.

The next step for FinTech Futures is to develop a steering group and drive digital innovation at grassroots level and across the whole insurance sector with the intention of making it front of mind for Insurance Age readers. 

Campaign partner, Worry + Peace founder and innovator-at-large James York explains why the sector needs to support FinTech Futures

"Insurance products don't rot. They don't take up space. They don't need bins, lorries or robots. They need capacity, people and contracts. The

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