Legal expenses insurer says it wants to get brokers involved to help create versions of the new technology.
Start-up uses blockchain technology and aims to offer lower premiums for customers able to gain ‘social proof’ guarantees from friends and family.
But regulation around autonomous vehicles needs to change, says LMA's David Powell.
CEO responds as users claim tech company has further to go on service and communication while exiting broker complains of high charges to retrieve data.
Start-up closes $2.7m investment round.
Start-up's business model means the consumer makes payments at the end of the month, based on the cost of claims settled during that period.
CEO Steve Lathrope discusses the software house’s results for 2016/17 and addresses the impact of the outage.
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New offering aimed at technology businesses in the UK and Ireland.
Results for the year ended 31 March 2017 show a profit dip and detail how much the highest paid director received.
Start-up MGA provides home insurance for young renters.
Peer-to-peer insurer aims to raise £15m in funding through an Initial Coin Offering.
U-Sure said it is the first non-standard property provider to be added to the platform.
From apps to autonomous vehicles, the taxi and fleet markets are going through big changes and brokers are well placed to take advantage of these growing sectors
Technology is transforming the business of insurance
A number of insurance firms have joined the latest wave as part of the watchdog’s innovation scheme.
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It is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the growing importance of technology, but brokers don't have to adopt an 'all or nothing' approach
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Neos says Arag helps join up the claims process for its connected home product.
Technology company also reveals new deals with Fresh and Right Choice.
Rob Wainwright, executive director at Europol, explains how cyber has transformed criminal activity.
Ida Axling shares her thoughts on this year’s Autumn Budget.