Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-03-27

March 27, 2024
1 min read

Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Chaucer to lead on new active assailant insurance cover with Gabriel technology

Chaucer is to transition from a follow-only to a lead market for active assailant cover after partnering with Lloyd’s Lab graduate Gabriel to create a new insurance …

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Insurtech 2.0: Rooted in data management

Second in a three-part series on the meaning and future of “Insurtech 2.0” covers what benefits are possible, where to find them and when to expect progress.

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US Insurtech Market Report: Green shoots emerge

The US insurance technology space has grounds for optimism in 2024. Industry consolidation is well underway, and the companies strong enough to survive on their own have made progress on their expense

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Israel-based tech company, Chaucer partner on shooting product

Modiin, Israel-based Gabriel, a technology company monitoring mass shootings and workplace violence threats, Wednesday said it has partnered with specialty insurer and reinsurer Chaucer Insurance Group PLC and crisis management specialists Merrill Herzog Group to provide an active assailant insurance product designed to prevent and mitigate against mass shootings.

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British Insurance Technology Awards shortlist 2024 announced

Today Insurance Post can reveal the shortlist for the 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards.

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