We published a curated content on InsurTech developments in March, but there have been enough developments since then that we thought it would be useful to share another roundup of resources.
Willis Towers Watson recently issued a first quarter 2019 briefing showing InsurTech investment records were being “smashed.” In late May, Kentucky passed legislation to become the first state to create a regulatory “sandbox” to promote innovation, and Vermont followed suit soon afterwards. And the federal Government Accountability Office issued a comprehensive account of related issues in its report on the “Benefits and Challenges Presented by Innovative Uses of Technology”
See below for additional articles and other resources, including a couple of books we’ve added to the collection courtesy of the Jean Lucey Fund. And anyone interested in such matters should sign up for the webinar we’re offering on Thursday, June 20 with Rob Galbraith, CPCU, the author of The End of Insurance As We Know It. This webinar is is sponsored by Norfolk & Dedham Group.
- Insurtech is now a Permanent Part of the Insurance Ecosystem, Auto Insurance Report, 26 no.33 (May 20, 2019): 3
- Insurance Catches up with the Times, by Matthew Lerner, Business Insurance, 53 no.3 (March, 2019): 18-20
- Disrupted or Disruptor? A Time for Decision, by Patrick M. Bowen, Broker World, 39 no.5 (May, 2019): 32-33
- Insurtechs Move From Disrupters to Partners, by Matthew Lerner, Business Insurance, 53 no.6 (June 2019): 7
- Tech-Tock. . . Digital Consumers and InsurTech Selling, by Ron Alexander, Broker World, 39 no.4 (April, 2019): 58-59
- Insurtech Speeds Claims Process, but Security Questions Persist, by Matthew Lerner, Business Insurance, 53 no.5 (May 2019): 27
- InsurOp-Ed: InsurTech Conferences — Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil, by Bill Wilson, Agency Checklists, (June 4, 2019)
- Technology and the Insurance Industry: Reconfiguring the Competitive Landscape, Antonella Cappiello, (2018) New York, NY: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
- The InsurTech Book, Sabine L.B. Vanderlinden, Shân M. Millie, Nicole Anderson, and Susanne Chishti, (2018) Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons
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