Digital insurance: the view from asia

Asia is an increasingly attractive insurance market poised to make a greater impact on the world stage with the adoption of a digital strategy

Multiplying risk in an expanding cyberspace

cyber crime in insurance

A more connected world is increasingly vulnerable to hackers motivated by malice, greed or political power, and inflicting physical, financial and reputational damage

Blockchain for stronger links in insurance

Distributed ledger technology, known as blockchain, could have the greatest impact in the insurance sector once it is embraced by the major players

Moving with the times: why life insurers must adapt

Charts looking at users willing to purchase using insurance using technology

Insurers must harness technology to offer customers more and better insurance options, says Ross Campbell, chief underwriter of the Life-Health Research and Development Unit at Gen Re

Insurtech: UK regulators ahead of the game

Illustration looking at the different issues affecting the insurance industry

A number of factors are driving disruption in the insurance industry, posing a major challenge for the regulators – a challenge the UK regulators are rising to with gusto, says Helen Chapman, an insurance partner at law firm Hogan Lovells

Lifegenie is out of the bottle

A new web-based service can analyse existing customer data and prepare a personalised life insurance quote to match today’s fast-moving digital world

Connecting the insurance ecosystem


Insurtech needs one final ingredient to thrive – data infrastructure, says Adrian Rands, chief executive of QuanTemplate, specialists in insurance data integration and analytics

Transforming insurance with effective use of data


Despite advances in technology, the insurance industry still struggles with the sheer volume and complexity of data. Simple changes and the use of new software can help organisations understand their business and meet regulatory requirements, says Richard Brown, director at VIPR