Ensuring regulation is simple by banishing the IFRS 17 blues

Ensuring regulation is simple by banishing the IFRS 17 blues
By Rakesh Patel | 09 July 2019

Willis Towers Watson’s Rakesh Patel tells us more about how the effective management of transformational change for IFRS 17 can make organisations better able to face a complex and highly regulated future

Willis Towers Watson’s Rakesh Patel discusses the necessary precursors to innovation

How new technologies challenge insurance

How new technologies challenge insurance
By Lindsay James | 01 May 2019

Alice Underwood and Dave Ovenden from Willis Towers Watson discuss how technology is impacting the insurance industry and what we can expect to see in the years to come

Willis Towers Watson’s Alice Underwood and Dave Ovenden discuss what we can expect to see in the years to come

How can blockchain become an asset to your business?

How can blockchain become an asset to your business?
By Guest | 28 March 2019

Willis Towers Watson’s Magda Ramada Sarasola discusses how the technology can drive change by reducing processing costs, reaching underserved business segments and offering on-demand, self-issuing policies

Willis Towers Watson’s Magda Ramada Sarasola discusses the technology’s potential 

Faster, better, cheaper: meeting the needs of the modern insurer

Faster, better, cheaper: meeting the needs of the modern insurer
By Guest | 25 October 2018

Mark Brown from Willis Towers Watson says standalone technologies do not meet the needs of the modern insurer. Forward-thinking companies are instead implementing smarter tools – integrated systems that enable them to work faster, better and cheaper

Mark Brown from Willis Towers Watson says pioneering companies are implementing smart tools 

Moving towards intelligent automation in insurance

Moving towards intelligent automation in insurance
By Guest | 12 June 2018

Dave Ovenden, global director of Pricing Product Claims and Underwriting at Willis Towers Watson explains why new developments in automation technology are presenting significant opportunities for the insurance industry

Dave Ovenden from Willis Towers Watson discusses the new opportunities in the insurance industry

Willis Towers Watson study highlights surge in insurtech M&As in Asia

Willis Towers Watson study highlights surge in insurtech M&As in Asia
By Elizabeth Robinson | 16 April 2018

Research found that transaction volume reached US$460 million in 2017, over three times that of 2016

Connecting the customer experience in the insurance industry

Connecting the customer experience in the insurance industry
By Guest | 25 January 2018

Heloise Rossouw, senior consultant at Willis Towers Watson, discusses insurers’ new gold standard for customer service which requires a seamless back office that connects customer data and insights with service delivery and value

Heloise Rossouw from Willis Towers Watson discusses insurers’ new gold standard for customer service 

Taking steps towards a data-led insurance industry

Taking steps towards a data-led insurance industry
By Guest | 31 October 2017

Magdalena Ramada from Willis Towers Watson explains that while many large underwriters and reinsurers started their big data and predictive analytics journey over a decade ago, most midsize and smaller insurers have only just begun

Magdalena Ramada from Willis Towers Watson says smaller insurers have just begun their big data journey

 

Artificial intelligence: make sure you’re aware of the risks

Artificial intelligence: make sure you’re aware of the risks
By Guest | 17 July 2017

Tom Srail from Willis Towers Watson says that, while the rise of AI is providing many new opportunities for insurance companies, it is also presenting a number of risks

Willis Towers Watson's Tom Srail says insurers should take care when adopting AI solutions 

Willis Towers Watson enhances its executive compensation data offering

Willis Towers Watson enhances its executive compensation data offering
By Lindsay James | 10 February 2017

Enhancements provide more robust data and added efficiency for global organisations