Who's doing what in fintech
Artificial intelligence: as explained by Eberhard Schoneburg
DevOps: explained by CyberArk’s Jeffrey Kok
Ethereum explained: by Vitalik Buterin
Quantum computing: as explained by MIT
Blockchain forks: as explained by Leonhard Weese, Bitcoin Assoc. of H.K.
Fueled by MOUs with Allianz and Etiqa, the telematics company is steering new ways to use data.
Insurtech GRE's smart-contract DLT enables P&C insurers to reach new market segments.
Technology and regulation are recreating the value proposition for Chinese insurers and their distribution forces.
Tencent used an insurance industry event to tell the traditional industry it is open to collaboration – with insurers, but […]
Health insurer Max Bupa in India using Swiss Re risk tools for app reaching new customer segments.
As the J.V. with Tencent and Hillhouse wins regulatory approval, Aviva’s Andries Smit explains the operations behind the ambition.
Insurance brokers are extending comparison tools into full-service platforms – with overseas expansion in mind.
But in limited situations, as shown by Lombard Odier’s purchase of a securitized insurance contract originated over a private blockchain.
The Shenzhen-based company, which manages insurance agent networks for Chinese carriers, is using technology to reinvent the business model – and go IPO.
The insurance industry is keen to sell cyber cover to fintechs in Asia, but selling protection against hackers can be a risky business.