Does your insurer WhatsApp you?

WhatsApp, WeChat, live chat, Facebook messenger: these are just some of the instant messaging (IM) channels which are no longer solely used for exchanging everyday messages, sending ubiquitous selfies or sharing one’s location. Messaging apps, in particular, are a way for organisations looking for more direct channels to communicate with their customers.

The Solvency II Regime: Moving from Build to Reform

In 2001 work began to put an end to the myth of the never-ending task of ‘painting the Forth Road Bridge’. The restoration operation was completed in 2011, which marked the first time the entire structure had been repainted in its history. With an expected lifetime of 20-25 years for the work, the myth surrounding the continual repainting of the bridge can be put to rest.

Considering the Risk of Self-Driving Cars

The UK is set to be ‘a global centre for excellence in connected and autonomous vehicles’ and we will soon be seeing a number of trials on UK roads. While better mobility, reduced congestion and lower emissions are all cited as advantages, increased safety is also likely to drive demand, particularly as 90% to 95% of vehicle accidents can be attributed to human error.

Caught on camera: your customers on connected insurance

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