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How a biologist could help insurers with data analytics

September 27, 2018 by Greg Meckbach

Do insurers need to hire the brightest computer programmers and pay through the nose if they want to get the most out of data analytics? Not according to some Insurance Analytics Summit Canada speakers. “People from behavioural science, people from

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M&A insurance buoyant as premiums and retentions fall, JLT Specialty survey finds

September 19, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The mergers and acquisitions (M&A) insurance market is facing “significant growth” linked to falling rates and lower retention levels as a result of increasing competition, a new report from specialist insurance broker and risk consultant JLT Specialty Limited has found.

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Data the engine for innovation to improve business, serve customers, speaker suggests

August 30, 2017 by Angela Stelmakowich

Organizations can be the driving force behind innovation that transforms their operations and helps them better serve customers, but those advances will increasingly rely on having a store of good data available, it was suggested Tuesday during the 5th Annual

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Accepting failure can fuel success, drive advances for companies looking to reach digital maturity: global study

July 14, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Trying and accepting the possibility of failure has proved an effective way for organizations to clear the aversion-to-risk hurdle and advance toward digital maturity, notes a new study from MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte Digital. In all, 71% of

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RSA Canada posts solid underwriting profit despite nat-Cat events in 2016

February 24, 2017 by Angela Stelmakowich

RSA Canada witnessed increased underwriting profit and a solid combined ratio for 2016 despite what can only be described as a challenging year that featured Canada’s most costly insurable nat-Cat ever and a host of other adverse weather events. “We’re