Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-03-06

March 6, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Japan’s Nikkei at record high, tech and insurance shares gain

TOKYO: Japan’s Nikkei share average rose to an all-time high on Friday, as tech-related stocks tracked record-high…

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A mystery Hong Kong tech billionaire has entered the Guinness World Records for purchasing the world’s most expensive insurance policy for $250 million

Hong Kong’s insurance market has achieved a double whammy: first by completing the sale of a $250 million life policy and setting a new world record for

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Climate Tech Firm to Pilot Fast-Paying Flood Insurance in Africa

Climate change is particularly perilous for small farmers. Warmer conditions are resulting in more damaging bouts of rain and drought, but traditional

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Here’s how tech, AI are transforming travel insurance

Tech integration to ease travel and the emergence of D2C brands are giving the travel insurance market a boom after the pandemic-driven bust in 2020.

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Health insurance giant roiled by cyberattack sets up loan program for cash-strapped health providers

Change Healthcare, the health insurance IT giant disrupted for days by a cyberattack, on Friday announced plans for a temporary loan program to get money flowing to health care providers affected by the outage.

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