Charlotte Gregory, Financial Services Regulation Partner at Capital Law contributes to a new research paper published by the Insurance Institute of London (IIL): Insurtech - Digital disruption and innovation in insurance.
In this video, you can listen to Charlotte talking through Part 3 of the book, Legal and regulatory implications, from the recent book launch held by the IIL. She takes you through the four chapters within part 3, including chapter 12 InsurTech regulation, which she wrote.
Over recent years, the insurance industry has seen the application of new technology such as automation, artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, and chatbots. These offer benefits, including reduced costs, improved customer experiences, and greater accuracy in pricing, reserving, and fraud identification.
Whilst some insurers have already established digital strategies, others are still in the early stages of development. The book is aimed at those involved in the development of digital strategies who may not have prior experience in this area. As a reference-style book, it supports on-the-job learning and professional development by providing quick access to key information about the most important InsurTech topics.
The book is split into four parts for easy referencing:
You can find out more about the research paper or purchase you own copy, on the IIL website.
Our Financial Services Regulation team here at Capital advise on all aspects of InsurTech regulation and can assist you and your business in navigating this complex area. If you are a start-up, or scaling business, looking for an efficient way to access the commercial legal advice you need, quickly and without fuss, we can help. Get in touch with our Financial Services Regulation experts.