Speaking at the ABI’s virtual motor conference, the MIB boss explained that insurers need to be ‘absolutely alive’ to the opportunities presented by data
Insurers need to be “absolutely alive” to the opportunities presented by a “data-driven world of mobility”, including autonomous vehicles and e-scooters, said Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) chief executive Dominic Clayden.
Delivering the closing keynote on day one of the ABI’s annual motor conference – this year held online – Clayden explained that developments in the motor insurance market are all “underpinned by data” and that this can act as a “real power for good”.
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