Blog: A view from the industry’s oldest InsurTech


InsurTech Futures: Vivek Banga describes how insurance tech incumbents can help to drive the industry forward.

The InsurTech sector has come of age in the last five years with a plethora of new operations focused on exploring how emerging technologies can disrupt or improve the insurance industry – similar to the technology led innovation seen in many other parts of the economy.

Yet despite what many might think, insurance has always had a progressive attitude towards technology as is evident from the creation of Polaris UK 25 years ago – perhaps the industry’s oldest insuretch.

It was established as

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