Evolution of UBI and Telematics in Insurance

novarica

Telematics is growing, but overall participation remains modest: about a third of P/C carriers have telematics capabilities live or in pilot, and about a third of their policyholders participate in those programs. At the same time, vendors and carriers are beginning to move beyond traditional UBI programs to target services that are enabled or closely aligned with telematics, especially around claims.
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Spotlight

Customer focused regulation is eroding historic profit pools for insurers, platforms and asset managers and driving down total value chain costs. As a result institutions are seeking much greater product and value chain participation. The insurance and investments landscape in 2015 is far more integrated than in 2010 and the direction of travel is clear. Traditionally separate product categories such as funds and shares, annuities and drawdown, life and accident, are integrating and competitive intensity is increasing within the value chain and across adjacent product lines. In healthcare insurers are even looking outside the insurance value chain for growth.

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Life Insurance Company of the Future

Celent

Celent’s Tom Scales explores the future of an industry. Drawing on a recent report, Tom delves into his prognostications for the future as well as those of fellow analyst John Barr. The industry is changing at a rapid pace, from digital transformation, to fluidless underwriting, to transparency in compensation.
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Insurance Provisions for Commercial Lease Agreements

Lorman

In the context of completing their lease, landlords, tenants, and their counsel must often try to interpret the dense and sometimes arcane provision dealing with insurance. While almost all leases require certain types of insurance to be purchased, the lessor and lessee might not understand exactly what is being required of them and why. This topic is intended to provide you with information regarding insurance provisions in commercial leases. In addition to reviewing the basic types of coverages that are usually required, this material will also explain what exactly these coverages are intended to insure and why they are important to the administration of the lease.
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Data science in insurance: leveraging privacy-preserving synthetic data

statice

AI capabilities are rapidly maturing, and they represent a competitive advantage for insurers. Data science departments are tasked with developing AI-driven improvements for current solutions and processes.
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On-Demand Insurance Webinar Highlights Benefits of Digital

docusign

Tech-savvy customers expect insurers to offer digital access to services. Those who don’t are putting their business at risk. View the on-demand webinar, “Winning New Customers with Better Service: A Real-Life Case Study of Digital Transformation,” to learn how The Hartford digitized and simplified their surety application process
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Spotlight

Customer focused regulation is eroding historic profit pools for insurers, platforms and asset managers and driving down total value chain costs. As a result institutions are seeking much greater product and value chain participation. The insurance and investments landscape in 2015 is far more integrated than in 2010 and the direction of travel is clear. Traditionally separate product categories such as funds and shares, annuities and drawdown, life and accident, are integrating and competitive intensity is increasing within the value chain and across adjacent product lines. In healthcare insurers are even looking outside the insurance value chain for growth.

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