Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance

December 2, 2019

Professional liability insurance can be an awkward topic for brokers, as it sometimes entails reminding accomplished professionals that they need protection from their mistakes. However, law firms understand the value of specialized expertise – especially when it comes to the coverage afforded by their own Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance.

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Hastings Direct

Hastings Group is a fast growing, agile, digitally focused general insurance provider providing services to the UK car, van, bike and home insurance market. Big enough to compete but small enough to grow, the Group has strong relationships with all major price comparison websites, a cost effective digital marketing model and a focus on customer retention.

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whitePaper | January 15, 2020

In this video, learn how a territory manager reviews agency performance in their region and looks at AI-powered performance predictions for leads and flags from a specific agency. Microsoft is helping insurance companies redefine how they do business by empowering them to engage more effectively with agencies, gain insights on agent performance, and leverage AI to improve interactions.

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2020 insurance outlook

whitePaper | January 3, 2020

As insurance firms adapt to maturing markets and economic turbulence, in the long run, their ability to integrate technology, talent, and business-model innovation into legacy environments may be the key to success. The insurance industry remains resilient, continuing to generate growth around the world and maintaining overall profitability despite turbulence in the global economy.

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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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Consumer indifference is still a challenge for personal cyber insurers

whitePaper | March 9, 2020

Only about one in 10 connected Americans say they have insurance to help them recover from a cyberattack. And close to half do not know whether they have this protection, according to the Insurance Information Institute and J.D. Power 2020 Consumer Cyber Insurance and Security Spotlight Survey℠. Because of consumer confusion about their current cyber coverage, and the persistent idea that consumers are unwilling to pay more, insurers are faced with a challenge. They need to find a way to educate and inform consumers about the benefits of personal cyber insurance, and its value for helping them recover from thousands of dollars in personal losses after an attack.

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Institutional Investors and Corporate Carbon Footprint

whitePaper | December 27, 2021

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Modernizing Insurance Data to Drive Intelligent Decisions

whitePaper | June 16, 2022

Data has always been an important asset in the insurance industry, which is largely built on algorithms and financial models. Today, that is truer than ever before. Data can be analyzed to provide insurers with deeper business insights and the ability to target the right customers through the right channels with the right offerings in the right sequence. It also has opened the door to a growing group of digital natives and insurtechs that bring innovative ideas and solutions to help accelerate and improve the customer journey. Today, the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing the importance of data across the industry. AI is widely recognized for its potential to bring greater efficiency and innovation to the entire insurance value chain, from customer acquisition to claims processing, and for all stakeholders, including customers, agents and employees. However, effective AI depends on current, accurate and relevant data. AI is key to competitiveness, and data is key to AI.

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Spotlight

Hastings Direct

Hastings Group is a fast growing, agile, digitally focused general insurance provider providing services to the UK car, van, bike and home insurance market. Big enough to compete but small enough to grow, the Group has strong relationships with all major price comparison websites, a cost effective digital marketing model and a focus on customer retention.

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