Friday, March 24, 2023

InsurTech deals blossom

InsuranceERM: enterprise risk management, economic capital, solvency II, risk governance, ALM, risk software, catastrophe risk, longevity risk, regulation. Read more:

Banking app Mondo is rebranding to Monzo

London banking startup Mondo has announced that it is changing its name to Monzo after a trademark dispute forced it to rebrand. Read more:

AI and Insurance: exchanging privacy for a cheaper rate

Do you have car insurance? Health insurance? Homeowners insurance? Read more:

How is InsurTech keeping up with FinTech?

There has been huge flow of capital into insurtech in a short space of time. Read more:

Scaling a challenger bank from the back to the front

Challenger banks start from a pretty grim position – most of them don’t have any customers. So how are they scaling? Read more:

What insurance industry CIOs predict about Insurtech in 2017?

The insurance sector is slowly but certainly going big on leveraging technologies. InsureTech's aims to help insurance companies to improve its services and business operations with better reach and connect with their customers and benefiting them overall. Read more:

Everplans secures $6.4 million in Series A funding

Everplans, a platform that guides people through creating, storing, and securely sharing all of the important plans and information their family would need in one place. Read more:

Blockchain technology benefits to insurance industry

The first possible application of blockchain technology is the near-complete automation of the insurance process. Read more:

Financial advice: man and robot can co-exist

Don’t be concerned if your human adviser starts co-planning with a robot – the arrangement is likely to benefit you. Read More:

Uno allows Australians to broker their home loans online

A new online mortgage finance platform, uno home loans (uno), empowers Australian consumers for the first time to broker their own home loan. Read more: