Insurance Times rounds up the biggest stories of this week

Starting off the week, junior reporter Chantal Kapani sat down with Michelle Ransome, talent acquisition manager at Zurich, to discuss D&I in the industry.

Achieving comprehensive approach to D&I across industry like ‘spinning plates’

Then, technology editor Clare Ruel explored the insurtech funding landscape and the impact various cost pressures are having for this month’s TechTalk feature.

TechTalk: Reinsurance rate hikes hit insurtechs – but opportunities await

Following this, reporter  sat down with Marion Jones, Spotlite Claims’ managing director, to discuss the pressures facing UK entertainment insurers.

Marion Jones: UK entertainment insurers facing pressures as Hollywood writers’ strike ends

And Kapani then asked industry experts how insurers are using advanced technologies and human experts to combat fraud.

In Focus: How are insurers balancing the use of technology with the human element in fraud prevention?

Rounding off the week, deputy news editor James Cowen discussed how metadata knowledge is becoming key for motor insurers as scammers turn to AI.

In Focus: Metadata knowledge key as scammers turn to AI for motor damage fraud