Insurance Times rounds up the biggest stories of this week

Starting off the week, editor Katie Scott highlighted expert panellists’ views that brokers ‘need to be thinking about’ how generative artificial intelligence (AI) can help bolster their ‘insight’ and ‘expertise’.

Broker CEO Forum: Generative AI to become ‘really interesting’ tool for brokers selling data poor lines

Then, technology editor Clare Ruel spoke to Earnix’s chief executive about what he feels is the biggest challenge for UK insurtechs.

Earnix names biggest challenge for UK insurtechs

Following this, junior reporter Chantal Kapani discussed whether TikTok could be the key to solving the war for talent in the insurance industry.

Could TikTok be the key to solving the war for talent in the insurance industry?

And then reporter  spoke to CFC’s chief underwriting officer, who said that ‘cyber is perhaps at the cutting edge of where insurance more generally should go, if it is to remain relevant going forward’.

Andy Holmes: Maintaining public relevance means breaking ‘two tablets of stone around insurance’

Rounding off the week, acting editor Yiannis Kotoulas highlighted how insurer leaders were looking to improve service for brokers.

Broker CEO Forum 2023: Brokers ‘just want a quick, smart response’ from insurers