• London Makes it Possible if It Comes Together!

    time by Aidan ONeill time Nov 01, 2017
    “What should the London market look like in 2025?” Lloyd's chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown posed the question to more than 400 delegates attending The Insurance Insider's London Market Conference on the 2nd November in one of his first speeches since taking the helm at Lloyd's.

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  • Insurers and Reinsurers Launch New Blockchain Initiative at Monte Carlo 2017

    time by Patrick Buckley time Sep 15, 2017
    The big InsureTech news at this year’s conference was the unveiling of the B3i present smart contract management system. The Blockchain Insurance Industry Initiative B3i presented its newly developed prototype smart contract management system.

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  • The DOCOsoft Approach to Automation

    time by Dr. Bernard Cosgrave time Aug 27, 2017
    At DOCOsoft we are strong believers in innovation that works in practice, in real-time, that is today. The benefits of automation are clear but we are not breeding a new race of insurance Cyber men here, we’re just looking to create useful systems and tools that help claims adjusters to serve their clients better.

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  • Automation: Game Over for Insurers?

    time by Dr. Bernard Cosgrave time Aug 20, 2017
    In today’s challenging market conditions, underwriters in London are coming under pressure to cut costs and that pressure is being applied to claims teams. The London market is a different beast to the personal lines and SME market, however, and when it comes to major corporate clients and major risks, clients still demand the personal touch. People can still make a difference but they can be supported by automation.

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  • The Implications of Workplace Automation

    time by Dr. Bernard Cosgrave time Aug 11, 2017
    A McKinsey report presents some stark conclusions: for example: “automation will probably change the vast majority of occupations, and up to 45 per cent of all work activities in the United States, where MGI performed its analysis, can be automated right now with current technology. But significant changes are clearly approaching in many industries, including insurance, whose potential for automation resembles that of the economy as a whole.”

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