Brokers agree technology can help claims service but Unite Union slams the job losses.
A Gumball blog, solvency figures, new software, warnings for brokers and an insurer closing were voted the top five stories by brokers’ clicks over the week.
Speaking at the MGAA conference Catlin highlighted urgency to embrace technology and transforming processing capabilities.
PwC global InsurTech leader Jonathan Howe urges brokers to respond to innovation in the sector.
Adrian Coupland says SSP Broking is the result of years of development.
Adrian Coupland says offering is the first of a number of new developments.
Broker software company is located in Wesel.
PwC says insurers' perception of InsurTech has changed over the last year.
The on-demand motor start-up is gearing up for UK launch as it awaits FCA authorisation.
According to the firm continual investment in research and development is an important part of its strategy.
Software specialist delivers 20% rise in revenue.
Operating profit and turnover also rose.
The software house is making Equifax checks available via its fraud validation platform.
Does Apple and Cisco’s move into cyber insurance herald the start of technology firms truly disrupting the insurance chain?
Reports say the technology firm has teamed up with Cisco to help businesses get a discount on cyber insurance.
EY says that the future use of FinTech in insurance is projected to rise to 55%.
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.
The insurer said brokers can get quotes in four steps for various management liabilities.
Anthony West, chief technology officer at VisionTrack, tells brokers what to look out for when it comes to InsurTech services.
New offering can cover employers’, public and product liability.
Allianz and Axa lead the way on new offering.
The Comparethemarket owner has moved digital and data staff to the White Collar Factory on London’s Silicon Roundabout.
The review was prompted by SSP's failures last year.