B Corp insurtech app Kinsu completes its second funding round and launches on Android
The start-up had initially secured EU funding, but when this was put on hold indefinitely, its team took matters into its own hands and began crowdfunding
Over three-quarters of employees at incumbents think they are “moderately” to “extremely” at risk of disruption, according to Willis Towers Watson and CB Insights’ (Re)insurance survey
Insurers and reinsurers invested in more insurtech companies than ever before in 2017, according to Willis Towers Watson
Technological innovation has tended to benefit personal lines. But PIA’s young chief executive contends that commercial brokers can see the benefits from it too, and says she has the model and the mettle to prove it.
Mike Brockman broke away from InsureTheBox to set up next-gen telematics start-up ThingCo. He spoke to Insurance Times about his global ambitions, cutting-edge technology, and how he hopes to build a new telematics ecosystem
Renters’ deposit insurance startup Canopy recently gained a £1.2m investment from Direct Line Group. Insurance Times spoke to Canopy founder and chief executive, Tahir Farooqui
Insurers evaluate the pros and cons of the new driverless cars bill
Industry figures air their views on the future of claims disruption
Three-second claims settlements grab the headlines, but are superfast claims payments the only answer?
Lemonade is the market’s most talked about disruptor. We look at Lemonade by the numbers
Premium Content: The Chinese insurer Zhong An represents the future of insurance, but it has flown below the radar for far too long
Premium content: Is this the end of the road for motor insurers? Four fifths of the current UK motor market will disappear by 2040. Where will it go?
The industry must act now to avoid another Kodak moment, says Parul Green, head of M&A and innovation for AXA UK
Dan Cobley, fintech investor and former Google boss, says bosses must expect disruption – or find themselves another job
The hype cycle is masking the true ‘enabling’ potential of insurtech, says Sam Evans, founder of Eos Venture Partners