The new fund will focus on North America, Europe & Israel and will aim to invest in outstanding technology businesses in enterprise SaaS, consumer platform and SME solutions.
Finchum will be responsible for driving what MetLife driving growth in the company’s personal and small commercial lines and transforming the business to meet consumer expectations.
ASQ will underwrite three core transactional insurance products: representations and warranties insurance, tax liability insurance, and contingent risk insurance.
AI will support ‘prevention and mitigation’ as an industry standard aimed at two of the greatest social and insurance challenges: cyber and natural catastrophes.
The companies, which will assemble in Des Moines on Jan. 15, represent technologies that deliver value for all insurance lines of business.
Aon will focus on CoLab’s Commercial and Specialty Lines sector, look at specific problems in key customer segments ranging from SME to large industrial insurance.
Taking the time to vet third-party payment providers based on their ability to prevent data theft is critical to protecting the value of an insurer’s investment and relationship with its customers.
Riskonnect will provide the insurer with a strategic solution to improve visibility into its enterprise risks, as well as an actionable approach to managing them.
Policyholder users will be able to access policy information and documents in real time, make electronic payments, and request account and policy changes, among other benefits.
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