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Blockchain - not just for the techies

21st March 2018

In a speech at the beginning of the month, Bank of England governor Mark Carney talked about virtual currencies. While doing so, he briefly brought the subject of the technologies behind them into the spotlight. In general, the headlines arising from the speech were far from positive concerning virtual currencies themselves. One headline read Carney calls for crackdown on crypto-currency 'mania' (BBC News), another Bank of England’s Mark Carney calls for more cryptocurrency regulation (CNBC).

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Build or Buy?

21st Feburary 2018

Should a technology solution be custom built or externally sourced with a commercial, off-the-shelf option? This is a fundamental question across every business, but is currently especially pertinent for the insurance industry, given the focus on new providers of insurtech. For those heading up technology, the objective is to provide systems that bring value to the business. This could mean buying in software written by third parties, building a system from scratch, or a mixture of both.

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AI, an insurance revolution – fact or fiction?

26th Janurary 2018

Artificial intelligence could revolutionise the insurance industry. 2018 has started with a multitude of similar eye-catching headlines, so I thought it was time to wade in with our thoughts. Is this statement fact or fiction?

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Emerging technologies – risk and opportunity

29th November 2017

The potential of new technologies is hard to deny. They enable organisations to challenge previous assumptions and to pose new questions. Innovators use them to test and learn, or to find new ways of creating value for companies and customers alike.

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What does the future hold for commercial insurance?

26th October 2017

With the rise of digitally distributed insurance and increased commoditisation, what does the future hold for traditional commercial insurance?

Whilst there have been huge advances in online distribution for personal lines, commercial insurance has been relatively untouched by digital innovation. However, figures from the Department for Business show that this sector offers a growing opportunity, with a significant growth in the numbers of both small and medium sized businesses since 2000.

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2018

March

Blockchain - not just for the techies

Feburary

Build or Buy?

Janurary

AI, an insurance revolution – fact or fiction?

2017

November

Emerging technologies – risk and opportunity

October

What does the future hold for commercial insurance?

September

Insurance is changing – time to adapt and survive

August

Does AI deserve the headlines?

May

Seeing through the eyes of the customer

April

Insurance technology – simplify the complex

March

InsurTech, ignore it at your peril!

2016

December

It’s Crystal-Ball Gazing Time Again

November

How ready are you to combat fraud?

October

Actions speak louder than words

September

Efficiency, agility, and profitability

How can you be more customer-centric?

August

Old Technologies - It is OK to plug the gaps

New Technologies - Same Old Systems

June

Running to stand still

May

Is your business ready to adapt?

March

No, seriously, what can you claim about your claim systems?

What can you claim about your claim systems?

February

It's people that have the ideas

January

Separating the Movers from the Shakers in 2016

2015

November

The challenge to be different – it’s all about the people

September

Security, Simplicity and Speed - the future of Financial Services

July

The New Breed of Quote and Rating Modules

June

INSURANCE INNOVATION SUMMIT 2015 - Hosted by Ingenin Ltd

April

Speed and Personalisation – aspiration or reality?

March

Team spirit is an illusion glimpsed in the aftermath of victory... or is it?

January

David or Goliath?

2014

December

What's your New Year resolution? Here are three of ours

November

2014 Insurance Technology Event - Championing Innovation - Hosted by Post Events

The maverick in the ranks - how do we deal with the talented non-conformist?

September

Are you Responsible, Chilled, Sociable, or Happy?

August

A Customer for Life

July

Being different

June

Cloud computing – a huge opportunity for the Insurance Industry

May

Past failure is a threat to future success

April

It isn’t broken yet - is change too risky?

March

Today’s word is ENABLE

What is Value for Money?

February

How to make vision a reality – it’s not that difficult

The Challenge IS the Opportunity

January

Instil a culture of innovation and creativity

Three steps to success in 2014

2013

December

What customers want from the Life Insurance industry

Themes from Insurance Strategy Insights event

November

The need for competition

Insight must lead to action

What is disruptive technology?

October

Closing the insurance delivery gap

September

Reliability much more important than price

August

Where has all the creativity and innovation gone?

Is there too much fear in business?

July

"Simplicity" is not as simple as it looks

Time for Innovation

Standing out from the crowd

June

Insurers need to innovate and excite - or die

May

The danger of business inertia

April

The BIG Decisions

The work/life balance

Coping with exploding data

March

Trust and loyalty go hand in hand

February

Bold and brave

January

To stand still is to go backwards

2012

December

The year ahead in Financial Services

Love it or hate it, you can't ignore the influence of Twitter

When is it better to 'start again'?

November

Differentiation is the key

October

Solvency ll - may be delayed but certainly won't go away!

Better by the bundle?

Insurance and the net

Personalised technology

September

USA leads the way

August

Technology gold medals

New is not always better

Stand still and get left behind!

July

Social media blamed for poor data flow

Banks will abandon 50 per cent of branches in 8 years