Insurance Times rounds up the biggest stories of this week

Starting off the week, deputy news editor James Cowen discussed the skills gap in the claims sector and what it meant for service.

Skills gap in claims sector not helping with increased complaints about insurers

Then, technology editor Clare Ruel sat down with Andrew Johnston, Gallagher Re’s global head of insurtech, to dicuss the UK coming second in terms of the most active nations for insurtech funding.

UK insurtech sector scoops silver for funding and deal count – Gallagher Re

Following this, acting editor Yiannis Kotoulas looked at why market conditions may be at their best for better application of telematics data.

Paul Stacy: Market conditions ‘perfect’ for better application of telematics data

And then junior reporter Chantal Kapani discussed whether Lloyd’s of London’s response to its historical ties with the transatlantic slave trade was sufficient.

Lloyd’s of London acknowledges historical connections to slave trade – but is the response sufficient?

Rounding off the week, reporter  rounded up industry leaders’ thoughts on how artificial intelligence (AI) can be adopted by commercial insurers.

AI adoption in commercial lines – what’s the deal?