Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-01-18

January 18, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Getting Data into Insurance and Using it Right with Max Drucker, Co-Founder and CEO of {Carpe Data

Unlock the power of data in insurance with Max Drucker, CEO of Carpe Data. Gain insights on effective data utilization in this informative podcast.

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Thailand: InsurTech acquires Indonesian online insurance broker

Thailand-based InsurTech, The Roojai Group, has acquired Lifepal, the leading online insurance broker in Indonesia, cementing the group’s position in Southeast Asia’s most populous country.

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Over 70% of drivers not comfortable with tech in their cars

A new survey report has revealed that 72% of the drivers are not comfortable with the idea of automakers sharing their data with third parties.

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Insurtech Foxquilt Announces Capacity Partnership With Markel

Foxquilt, a digital managing general agent specializing in embedded small business insurance technology, announced a strategic and long-term capacity

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Arch Insurance names Prabhu Venkataraman as CIO to drive technology transformation

In a strategic move to bolster its technological capabilities, Arch Insurance North America has appointed Prabhu Venkataraman as Chief Information Officer

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