The update of my landscape insurtechs goes on with 14 additions on May 21st, 2018. You’ll find the update here. There are now 179 startups documented, from 27 countries.
Besides, I have the pleasure to inform you that there will soon be another version of this site, in order to support an important project for innovation in insurance. Stay tuned for next updates, it won’t be long!
Additions to the landscape insurtechs June 2018
- Get me ins: * Prediction and reduction of cases of fraud at source * Claims automation * Cost evaluation * Improved customer engagement.
- Insurance Drip: * Digital marketing solution dedicated to insurance brokers and agents (websites, newsletter, recommendations generator, loyalty campaigns, etc.).
- Insure App: * Customized and contextualised insurance platform * Pay-how-you-drive * Contextual health insurance * On-demand and just-in-time insurance e* Data analysis, profiling and segmentation, predictive modeling, real-time proposals.
- Jamii: * Micro health insurance.
- Nuvalaw: * Accelerates litigation through mass analysis of legal documents.
- Tapoly: * On-demand insurance dedicated to self-employed workers and only.
- Vlocity: * Cloud platform that offers tools for distribution and management of insurance contracts * Custom virtual agent.
- Riskattitude: * Provision of virtual tools for estimating and analyzing risk.
- Insurnext: * Creation of modern and responsive websites dedicated to the world of insurance.
- Cogito Corp: * Human intelligence enhanced by artificial intelligence.
- Cyquant: * Helps underwriting cyber risks by facilitating risk estimation.
- Jooycar: * Connected Vehicle Platform * Real-time data analysis to provide contextualized insurance products adapted to the situation.
- Hello Zum: * Centralized insurance data in the same place and made available to all parties * The customer is at the center.
- So sure: * Collective insurance with retrocession of the unused portion of the premium.
- Monuma: * Heritage advice and support * Blockchain dedicated to fine arts.
Contact me if you still don’t appear in the landscape insurtechs!
The broker Gras Savoye, belonging to the Willis Towers Watson Group, published in september 2017 an interesting economic note on the transformation of the insurance markets 2018. They come back therefore, by business line, on current trends.
Overall, the French insurance market is rather stable:
- The world market is down slightly
- France remains an important market (5th world player), with just over 200 billion euros of premiums
- Personal insurance accounts for 75% of this figure, and sees a rise in pension premiums
- Property insurance is subject to strong competition, and is experiencing a significant increase in claims, which affects the underwriting results. This is due in particular to climatic events.
In the details of the 2018 insurance markets
Given the richness of the report, it is complicated to synthesize it, and I prefer to suggest that you refer to it if necessary. I prefer to present the plan!
Each theme is treated according to 5 axes:
- Capacity / Appetite
Some key things to remember
- 3 alternatives to risk transfer are presented:
- Structured Insurance: covering the multi-year consequences of new or complex risks. (terrorism, pandemics, strikes, etc.)
- parametric insurance : or index-based insurance, which i have already talked a lot here
- Mutli-line / Multi-year approach: which reduces volatility
- D&O (Executive) policies continue to evolve and adapt to changing risks. The tailor-made is put on this profitable and dynamic market (new regulations, cyber risks, etc. which increase the risks for managers).
- There is growing interest in combined fraud / cyber collateral, although these mounts do not always yield the best proposals. Note: It is understandable that customers are always looking to hedge against an unknown risk, but perceived as critical .
- Kidnap & Ransom products are in full swing, because of an international geopolitical context that is sometimes hazardous.
Conclusion: My opinion
This report is a mine of information, very technical, but essential to a good understanding of the complexity of heavy risks. A disadvantage on the bedside table, but imperatively under the elbow!
In hollow, one sees there appear, as often, the insurance products which could be generalized tomorrow. The trends observed, especially on cyber, fraud or regulatory aspects are in this sense good indicators of the future.
Version française ici.
Insurance Innovators (an offshoot of Market Force, which I had already talked about here for their report under the same title ) has just published the future of insurance 2017 (Future of General Insurance Report 2017).
7 themes are discussed (for a better readability I separated into several pages):
- Innovation and Disruption
- A changing regulatory environment
- The future of underwriting and pricing
- Value-added services
- Touch Millenial Generation
- Insurance in the Age of Machine Intelligence
- Fraud in a connected world.
Written in partnership with the Chartered Insurance Institute , and sponsored by IBM, Sas and Smart Communications , this report is generic, but of quality. Market Force believes that insurers are poised to innovate and transform to keep pace with insurance companies, but the pace of transformation is still too slow. A tip: Act now! Continue reading “Insurance innovators – Future of insurance 2017”
Source : The journal.ie – AIG wishes to change law to make telematics mandatory for young drivers – October 27th, 2017
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