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Three ways to keep in contact throughout self-isolation and social distancing

[fa icon="calendar'] 19-Mar-2020 10:05:50 / by Kathryn Ellis posted in Insurance, Banking, risk, Risk Management, Self-care, Self-isolation, Social-distancing, COVID19, coronavirus

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We are living in an unknown world at the moment. 

Unknown for our day-to-day working life, unknown for our health, for our relatives , for our holidays and for our immediate future. 

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2 key changes that may redefine how insurers access the London Market

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Feb-2020 13:47:15 / by Ray Johnston posted in Insurance, London Market

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Unsurprisingly, the Future at Lloyd’s took centre stage at this year’s TINtech London Market event. Many were struck by the scale of the proposed changes and what these meant for the market as a whole. From the talks and workshops that I attended, I have picked two key changes that will not only innovate but may redefine how insurance professionals access the market.  

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Robotic Process Automation explained

[fa icon="calendar'] 03-Feb-2020 10:39:09 / by Ray Johnston posted in Insurance, London Market, risk, Risk Management, innovation, TINtech, Lloyd's, The future at Lloyd#s, cost, RPA, HAL, emerging technology, robotic process automation

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In the optimistically titled film ‘2001’, Stanley Kubrick introduced a world where AI (in the form of the cycloptic HAL-9000) was entrusted with the critical functions of a spaceship. HAL was considered infallible by its human masters. However, confused by conflicting priorities and orders, this led to unexpected behaviour and conflict.

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What to look for in the upcoming Lloyd's Blueprint

[fa icon="calendar'] 16-Jan-2020 10:14:17 / by Ray Johnston posted in Insurance, London Market, risk, Risk Management, innovation, Lloyd's, The future at Lloyd#s, cost

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When Lloyd’s released ‘Blueprint One’ in September last year, it was broadly met with approval from the market. However, calling the document a blueprint overlooks a great deal of information which still needs to be shared with (and accepted by) the market. So, with the next document due at the end of January, what did the blueprint say and what should we expect?

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The uncertainty that surrounds technology strategy

[fa icon="calendar'] 06-Aug-2018 16:33:14 / by Dave Connors posted in Insurance, Technology, Blockchain, data protection, data science

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One thing that often comes up, whether we are talking informally to market contacts, or engaged with clients and prospects, is the level of uncertainty around technology strategy. 

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Three things that a captive should know about its strategic technology partner!

[fa icon="calendar'] 26-Jun-2018 14:55:37 / by Kevin Richmond posted in Insurance, Captives, Blog, partnership, Technology, start-ups

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Insurance managers and captive owners will recognise that building strategic partnerships is an essential part of their business, none more so than with chosen technology provider.

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The London Market and the uphill struggle...

[fa icon="calendar'] 04-May-2018 14:17:50 / by Dave Connors posted in Insurance, London Market, Blog, TINtech

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The recent announcement of the Lloyd’s Market 2017 underwriting loss brought into sharp focus the tough conditions the market is facing.

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3 key considerations of updating your legacy systems

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Mar-2018 13:08:57 / by Dave Connors posted in Insurance, Blog, legacy systems, Operational Efficiency

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 Electronic devices consume our lives.  The extension of wifi-enabled "smartness" into all manner of devices has turned even a basic doorbell into a legacy system. These rapid advances in technology often put domestic and professional lives out of sync. Many of us will recognise greater utilisation of technology in our personal lives.  Landlines, printers and the humble computer mouse are all a regular part of our office lives, but obsolete in our own homes.

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3 things that are and will continue to affect the (Re) Insurance Market – and how

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Mar-2018 15:33:29 / by Dave Connors posted in Insurance, Reinsurance, Blog, Digitalisation, Operational Efficiency, Insurtech

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We were recently asked – what 3 things do you think are affecting/will affect the reinsurance industry from a technology perspective? 

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Insurance in the 4th Industrial Revolution

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Feb-2018 15:26:41 / by Dave Connors posted in Insurance, Blog, Artificial Intelligence, Digitalisation, Operational Efficiency, AI, Insurtech

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The 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) relates to the introduction of cyber-physical systems, blurring the lines between technology and “the real world”.

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Digitalisation and the Death of UI

[fa icon="calendar'] 08-Jan-2018 07:05:00 / by Dave Connors posted in Insurance, Blog, Digitalisation, UI

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UI and UX designers are often faced with questions like “Why do I have to double-click that to edit it?” and “These fields are next to each other on the MRC, so why are they on different screens in the UI?”

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On the twelfth day of Christmas...

[fa icon="calendar'] 05-Jan-2018 07:54:00 / by Kathryn Emerson posted in Insurance, Blog, 12 days of christmas, policy administration

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Eurobase gave to me...Governance and Compliance 

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