Transforming Life Underwriting

In today’s competitive business climate, effectively underwriting your life insurance products is more important than ever. To do just that, you must employ leading-edge risk appraisal tools and approaches. Here are some good ideas.

The 25-Year Journey of Automated Life Underwriting

Automated underwriting has come a long way in the last 25 years. It may be surprising that there was automated underwriting 25 years ago. At that time, it was called ‘expert’ underwriting. The idea was right, but the timing was wrong.

Life Insurance Transformation: Four Powerful Examples

The digital economy is rapidly changing the way life insurers market and sell their products and services. Already some companies are successfully adapting to the new demands of the marketplace. These are the Digital Transformers. They are moving quickly to find new customers, deliver new products and open new markets.

Transformation Themes in Life Insurance (Video)

Which leading industry disruptors should life and annuity carriers be considering?

John Hancock Looks to Expand Reach of Vitality

A year after launching John Hancock Vitality, the life insurance giant has begun expanding the reach of its connected-health product to further engage with customers.

Why Gamification Matters to Life Insurers

Among the many changes and innovations happening in the insurance industry today, gamification is surely one of the more interesting. At the nexus of trends ranging from behavioral science and social networking to the Internet of Things and wearable tech, gamification is serving as a powerful lever for insurers seeking to enrich digital experiences and adopt new customer-centric business models, such as pay-as-you-live offerings.

Predictive Modeling Case Study – Life Insurance Underwriting

Vince Granieri, FSA, MAAA, EA from Predictive Resources presents a case study of applying predictive analytics to a classical actuarial problem: life insurance underwriting.

Wearable Technology - Findings from a Trial at SCOR Global Life

SCOR Global Life recently trialled wearable technology among its workforce. Here is what happened.

Automated Underwriting for the Future

Digitalization and the spread of the internet and mobile technology have impacted a number of industries in recent years, often transforming them beyond recognition. There is little doubt that technology will have an enormous impact also on the insurance industry over the next decade, across the value chain from product development and underwriting through to distribution, services and claims. In the near term, the largest impact is likely to be on underwriting and distribution.

The Future of the Underwriting Profession

Video recording of the presentation given by Hank at the 15th Annual AHOU Conference in Orlando, FL.

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