Though insurtech hubs can be found around the world, certain places are known for a particular type of talent or a particular type of startup.
Insurtechs look to ease pain points in commercial lines.
USAA’s Bill White flew F-14s in the Navy. Now his mission is designing innovative life products as the insurer tries to find a substitute for paramedical exams.
Asset managers are taking an active role in environmental, social and governance investing, even if their objective is using risk analysis and pricing tools more than doing good in society.
From the Editor’s Desk: Insurtech startups mature, tackle new problems … and still draw a crowd. March’s issue also examines environmental, social and governance investing.
Startupbootcamp InsurTech’s VanderLinden: Insurers must implement incremental innovation and disruptive innovation at the same time.
Allied World’s Kleabir: Construction boom strains workforce, safety.
In the age of insurtech, consumers must be aware of what information insurers are sharing with third parties.
Also: MetLife names successor to CEO Kandarian, MMC’s Mercer has new CEO and a new commissioner is named in Michigan.
Experts in the specialty lines, program and surplus lines markets discuss the challenges and new strategies facing this part of the insurance industry with AMBestTV.
Guidance on data use in NY and auto insurance in Florida are a focus.
An AM Best webinar features experts exploring how technology and other factors are impacting the claims process. Also, a look at how the business model for financial advice is transforming.
AMBestTV reports on the Property/Casualty Insurance Joint Industry Forum in New York, where P/C industry leaders were optimistic about 2019. Also an insurance leader is honored.