The insurance industry needs to pivot from risk aversion to experimentation, and that requires not just prudent management but genuine business leadership.
Peter D. Hancock will remain CEO until a comprehensive search by the company’s board of directors yields a successor.
Marcus Ryu talks about AI, advanced analytics, IoT and the emergence of the InsurTech phenomenon, what these trends mean for core system providers—and for Guidewire’s own roadmap.
The startup homeowners insurer closed a $14 million of Series A funding round in December 2016, and is currently building out its team as it gears up to launch its home insurance offering in 2017.
With EIS Group’s core suite and CustomerCore DXP digital transaction platform in place, IAAH will be able to drive a more complete business transformation, including new channels and partnerships.
Bought By Many is the latest distribution disruptor whose products are underwritten by Munich Re, which is also heavily invested in the Internet of Things for insurance.
The former Head of Complex Casualty Claims for AIG Property & Casualty will oversee all aspects of the company’s Insurance Claims Operations and will report directly to Jonathan Zaffino, President of the North America Insurance Division.
A 25-year industry veteran who most recently served as West Bend Mutual’s CIO, will report directly to Employers Holdings CEO Douglas D. Dirks.
Insurers will be most affected by Mr. Trump’s proposals related to Obamacare and the environment.
Wilken joins Global Atlantic from Voya, where he served over 20 years in various leadership roles, most recently as President of Individual Life.