Marcus Ryu affirmed the need for insurers to reinvent themselves along the lines of operational, digital, and data imperatives to expand the industry and address emerging risks.
Amplified alignment between strategic intent and capabilities is the key differentiating factor separating sustainable value creators from destroyers, according to ACORD CEO Bill Pieroni.
The insurer has joined with Aurora Health Care’s InvestMKE to create a $10 million fund to support local Milwaukee startups and foster a culture that attracts and retains top technology talent.
Known and highly esteemed by many in the insurance technology space for his outstanding work at TechDecisions, PropertyCasualty360 and ITA Pro, Robert Regis Hyle passed away Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017.
The GIA reports that it has steadily added new investors throughout 2016 and 2017, and recently completed what it calls its most globally-diverse cohort to-date.
The platform, to be deployed first in MetLife’s group benefits business, includes cognitive computing, data analytics and integration and security capabilities from IBM, and core life, annuities and group benefits technology from Majesco.
Tim McGee promoted to SVP, U.S. Programs Underwriting Officer; Franklin Maccotan Hired as VP, U.S. Programs.
The winner will be awarded a US$91,000 contract to pilot its solution at MetLife Japan, MetLife’s largest business in Asia.
The insurer will fund a $500,000 pilot program to create Ph.D. fellowship, faculty-driven data science collaboration, and hire a visual data artist-in-residence.
A new Celent report serves as a starting point for a look at the InsurTech section of Israel’s tech startup culture, focused on the city of Tel Aviv.