The Insurtech UK chairman and Wrisk executive chairman said the “mini meteorite” of Covid-19 has put insurtechs at risk of underfunding.
The insurtech body has signed an open letter seeking additional support for start-ups from the government, as well as warning insurers against turning away from insurtech partners.
As the first working week of self-isolation comes to a close for many, Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift looks at the stance brokers are taking in terms shutting up shop or keeping their branches open.
Qlaims Insurance's Mike Keating on how technology will help brokers, insurers and customers stay connected during the coronavirus outbreak.
Polaris celebrated 25 years last year and also had a MD change with Vivek Banga taking the top spot. Banga catches up with Jonathan Swift about the future of e-trade and the role brokers can play.
Updated: No interruptions to services are expected, but some staff are expected to remain at their offices.
Software house has also introduced measures to enable its clients to follow suit.
Personal lines product, House Guard, is now available to users of the software house.
Our expert panel discusses the landscape of tech disruption in insurance, as well as what brokers can expect from technology in the future
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Freedom Services Group's purchase of Aventus-driven broker Homelyfe was revealed earlier this week.
The SME-focused insurtech was launched by former Aviva and Brokerbility expert, Jodi Cartwright, in 2019.
As well as selling the benefits of cyber insurance to clients, brokers must show the way by being ready for any data breaches or cyber attacks. Sam Barrett reports
GoCo Group’s preliminary results suggested operating profit would drop more than 46% amid transformation plan.
CEO John Neal says the corporation has raised £300m in debt to fund Future at Lloyd's programme as he admits Lloyd’s is “bound to go down some blind alleys” as it seeks to transform.
Scott, who founded Aston Scott Group, has invested in the start-up which was launched by former Aviva broker distribution director Fraser Edmond.
CEO and co-founder, Tobias Taupitz, discusses the start-up's expansion plans, its "coup" to have Amanda Blanc join its board, and why he believes Laka's pooled payment calculation model should be used across the industry.
Steve Kerrigan of LexisNexis Risk Solutions outlines how telematics has changed the market and examines where this technology is heading next.
The regulator examined several areas of potential harm in its annual review of the general insurance sector.
The InsurTech firm now provides quotes for categories including holiday homes, non-standard construction, listed buildings and homes subjected to previous subsidence and flooding.
Ray Westwick, managing director at Freedom Brokers, discusses how the firm has used data to reduce instances of fraud.
Solutions provider said Proficient will target personal lines firms and InsurTechs.
James Croome, vice president, fine art and specie, Arch Insurance International, considers whether the insurance market is willing and able to support cryptocurrency-related cover.