What Do InsurTech and Pending Tech Revolutions Mean for the Life Insurance Product?
In just one year, almost $3 billion were invested in InsurTech — in de novo technology and in the brains driving it. RGA's Farron Blanc delves into the causes and consequences of past, present and and pending technology revolutions.
InsurTech for U.S. Life Insurance has Arrived
After three visits to Silicon Valley in three months I’ve come to the conclusion that InsurTech for the U.S. life insurance market has arrived. And the Genie isn’t going back into the bottle. U.S. InsurTech financing hit $1.377 billion in 2015, with the global figure about double that (CB Insights). No slowdown occurred in 2016.
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Insurtech: Adapting to a New Way of Looking at Insurance
The primary characteristic I like about so many of the insurtech entrepreneurs that I meet with is that many of them know very little about insurance. While it may sound counterintuitive, that is a good place to start, and offers a refreshing take on an industry that can be stuck in its ways.
Transforming Life Insurance with Design Thinking
Better addressing the evolving needs of consumers can help incumbents win their loyalty—and protect against new competitors.
Eight Startups Aiming to Transform the Life Insurance Business
This is part two of research by guest author Amy Radin on the Life Insurance business. In Part 1 last week, Amy outlined the fundamental business issues behind the decline in Life Insurance and the white space opportunities this opens up for entrepreneurs. In today’s research note, Amy looks at 8 startups aiming at the white spaces.