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Insurancebusinessmag | May 29, 2019
Daniel Schreiber, chief executive officer and co-founder of Lemonade, discusses the benefits of artificial intelligence on the insurance industry and trust issues in data privacy. He speaks with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Business Wire | October 26, 2020
Paragon International Insurance Brokers has partnered with CyberCube to roll out Broking Manager, CyberCube’s market-leading cyber risks analytics platform for insurance intermediaries. Broking Manager will allow Paragon’s teams to quantify the sources and financial impact of cyber risk exposure and educate clients accordingly. The platform also produces reports that can be used to educate prospects and clients on potential sources of loss, recent and relevant cyber events, and peer-to-peer benchmarking. Pascal Millaire, CEO of CyberCube, said: It’s extremely exciting that Paragon has chosen to adopt Broking Manager as its cyber analytics tool. This is a forward-thinking business that’s clearly taken a long, hard look at both its and its clients’ cyber needs. We are looking forward to working with Paragon and developing the insights Broking Manager can deliver for its team.
PRWeb | August 21, 2020
Alera Group, a national employee benefits, property and casualty, retirement services and wealth management firm, announced today that is has acquired FNL Insurance Group, effective August 1, 2020. For over 40 years, FNL Insurance Group has been helping clients with their employee benefit and health care insurance needs. The firm is located in Timonium, Maryland, where they partner with small and mid-sized employers to develop sustainable benefits programs that support employees while keeping costs low. We are delighted to welcome Frank Lotman and the FNL Insurance team to Alera Group,” says Alan Levitz, CEO of Alera Group. “As part of our collaborative organization, the FNL Insurance team will help us to continue to elevate the client experience throughout the Baltimore area and the mid-Atlantic region.
Willis Towers Watson | July 16, 2020
Sometimes you have to look a little beyond the headline figure to get the true picture. That is the conclusion of the latest Confused.com and Willis Towers Watson car insurance premium index. The firms reported a fall in prices of 5% (£39) to £770 during the last quarter – marking the largest drop since early 2018. Indeed, drivers are, on average, paying £19 (2%) less in 2020 for car insurance than they did at the same point last year based on the data the firms gathered from almost six million car insurance quotes. At the heart of the decline, unsurprisingly, is the coronavirus pandemic with the drop in traffic prompting a fall in accidents, and therefore claims.
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