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QBE is one of the world’s leading insurers and reinsurers. We employ more than 14,500 people in 37 countries and have a presence in all of the key global insurance markets. We have been providing peace of mind to Australians and overseas clients for more than 128 years.

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Will Digital Overload Turn Consumers Away From Insurtech Products?

Article | February 14, 2020

Despite consumers never having had so much choice of technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) products and services, many UK households are becoming overwhelmed by the prospect of switching provider, which is leading to apathy among consumers. This kind of weariness with online tech could well hamper new insurtech start-ups, looking to win over new customers who are already browsing their fave websites and apps.

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Impact of Coronavirus on Life and Health Insurance Policies

Article | March 25, 2020

Coronavirus has caused 9 deaths in India so far, with confirmed cases to touch the 600 mark soon. As numbers increase rapidly, how can health and life insurance policies come to your aid if you or your family member is tested covid-19 positive? Earlier this month, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) had issued guidelines for health insurers asking to expedite coronavirus related claim settlement in the case of hospitalisation.

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Online Business Insurance & Why It Matters for Entrepreneurs

Article | March 2, 2020

If you’re a new online entrepreneur, I’m sure you’ve realized how much there is to read up on and prepare for when it comes to being ready to successfully run a business on your own. One of those big things that so many people overlook are the different types of insurance you need to make sure you’re protected in all circumstances as a business owner.

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Putting a price on protection: the importance of cyber insurance

Article | March 23, 2020

For almost as long as businesses have been subject to risk, some form of insurance has existed to mitigate their exposure. The first recorded commercial insurance policies date back to Babylonian times, and in the thousands of years since, the types of business cover available have multiplied exponentially, driven by the uptake of technology. It’s now over 20 years since the first cybersecurity policy was written. At the time, this was considered groundbreaking – although by modern standards, its scope was limited. These days, cyber insurance providers cast a far wider net. By 2025, it’s expected the global market size will grow to over $23 billion. Some policies cover the costs arising from first-party data breaches, while others cover liability for damages, providing assurance for companies who collect and store sensitive customer information.

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Spotlight

QBE Insurance

QBE is one of the world’s leading insurers and reinsurers. We employ more than 14,500 people in 37 countries and have a presence in all of the key global insurance markets. We have been providing peace of mind to Australians and overseas clients for more than 128 years.

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