Blanket & Self-Insurance vs. CPI

January 4, 2020

A self-insured lender assumes all risk and absorbs any losses that occur. The greatest disadvantage of self-insurance is that risk is not transferred. To minimize uninsured losses, some self-insured lenders add follow up procedures such as: Requiring evidence of physical damage insurance at the time of loan closing.

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2020 Global Insurance Outlook

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

The annual EY Insurance Outlooks represent a perspective on key issues shaping the industry in the near term (three years). They complement the NextWave series, which takes a longer-term perspective (five years and beyond) and examines specific market scenarios that will shape the future of the industry.

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A digital divide?

whitePaper | February 24, 2020

Commercial property insurance providers find themselves operating in unpredictable conditions, with political and economic uncertainty having negative impacts on business activity in almost every industry. The retail sector is under particular pressure, but there are also significant problems in the o-ice buildings market, as businesses postpone expansion or investment plans, and some consider relocating facilities outside the UK once (or if) the Brexit process is completed.

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Top Insurance Industry Issues in 2019

whitePaper | November 29, 2019

Insurance carriers have invested a great deal in digital capabilities in recent years. While these initiatives reflect a genuine need to be more efficient and profitable, it can be difficult for management to maintain a clear perspective on strategy in the face of what amounts to generational change. Accordingly, whether you’re embarking on a digital transformation or just making targeted improvements, there are a few important things to keep in mind.

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Adjust Your Claims Audits: 5 Common Issues and How to Fix Them

whitePaper | November 12, 2019

A carrier’s quality assurance process is the backbone of its success. While not as well-known as underwriting or claims adjusting, QA is a vital part of insurance operations. QA auditors assess open, denied and paid claims to determine if avoidable errors occurred during processing, adjusting or settlement. Their reviews track performance against business standards and help improve internal operations and claim quality. QA gives employees vital information with teachable

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The State of Insurance Fraud Technology

whitePaper | February 12, 2020

For the third consecutive time in six years, insurers report increasing amounts of suspected fraud. Nearly three-quarters of insurers that participated in the 2018 survey say fraud has increased either significantly or slightly, an 11-point increase since 2014. Anti-fraud technology is seen as a major weapon to address increased fraud; many insurers use more-sophisticated technology tools and are greatly broadening their tech arsenals.

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The evolution of fraud in the insurance industry

whitePaper | November 20, 2019

In fact, the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud indicates $80 billion of insurance fraud occurs in the U.S. every year.1 But given the often-intangible nature of insurance fraud, this is hardly a firm figure and doesn’t precisely identify operational costs incurred. With many forms of insurance fraud going unchecked, the actual amount of fraud loss insurers is dealing with — both in the U.S. and abroad — is often an educated guess at best.

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