The combination of companies creates one of the largest and most comprehensive insurance technology players in Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific region.
Compliance, regulation and big content management will need to be top priorities for companies seeking to integrate the latest technologies into their practices and reap the benefits of innovation.
With a majority stake in the Startup Bootcamp alumnus of 2016, Charles Taylor InsureTech gains entry into the insurance compliance and risk technology market.
The joining of the two companies acquired by Stone Point Capital earlier this year brings together leaders in medical compliance, cost containment and clinical solutions.
The solutions provide adjusters with automated access to forms, rates, rules, and regulations to streamline their adjudication process.
The services bureau introduces openIDL as the first open blockchain platform focused on the collection and sharing of statistical data between insurance carriers and regulators.
For modern consumers to get the coverage they need, providers need to be more forward-thinking and innovative, and regulators need to be willing to make assumptions.
The report offers insights on current regulations applicable to life insurers across 14 Asian markets: mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Underwriters currently lack the insight into ongoing activity in the cyber threat landscape, needed to easily assess an opportunity and evaluate identified gaps between their offered coverage and the organization’s security resilience.
Whatever the actual size of the total insurance market opportunity, the impact of current and future applications for aerial and drone images in insurance will be enormous.