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InsurTech Investor Panel: It's About Finding Pain Points, Trimming Fat

A panel of insurance investors and market researchers report that investing in insurtech firms has reached an inflection point as investors and insurers build out early ventures and look to new technologies and risk sectors.

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  • Deloitte's Reno: Many Insurers Stymied by 'Technology Debt'

  • Blackstone's McRaith: For Insurtech to Succeed, Regulators Must Strike a Balance

  • Hamilton's Albo: For Insurers, It's Collaborate or Fall Behind

  • MetLife's Zaman: Collaboration Begets Innovation in Covering Gestational Diabetes

  • Argo's Gleason: AI Is Changing Grocery Risk Management

  • McKinsey & Co.'s Catlin: Insurers Should Look Beyond Loss Coverage to Ecosystems

  • InsureTech Connect's Honig: Keen Interest in Insurance Tech Is a Global Phenomenon

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  • Insurance Technologists: The New Frontier Is Small Commercial Lines

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  • ITC's Weintraub: Insurers Drawn to Technology In Their Time of Need

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