Delivering mobility as a service will require investment from insurers – QBE

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QBE’s director of underwriting believes insurers are engaged with the mobility as a service journey in order to stay relevant and to influence road safety

Successfully delivering mobility as a service (MaaS) means insurers have to not only understand “the attitude to risk and managing risk within these new mobility solutions” but they will also have to stump up investment for “IT, platforms [and] data solutions”, said Jon Dye, director of underwriting, motor at QBE European Operations.

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