Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-04-04

April 4, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Lockton hires former MMC exec for global tech risk practice

Lockton Cos. LLC announced Tuesday it hired former Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. managing director Manpreet Gill as executive vice president of the broker’s global technology risk practice group, a newly created position.

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Avata and to launch NFT-linked travel insurance

The partners will develop the travel insurance product using the Camino Network blockchain

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Phygital (Physical + Digital) approach by PBPartners to revolutionize Insurance Sales

PBPartners, a leading player in India’s insurance sector, is committed to transforming the industry, particularly in underserved Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities.

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Akur8 and PZU deepen ties: Shaping the future of insurance pricing in the Baltics

Akur8, a pioneer in insurance pricing solutions using Transparent AI, is delighted to announce the enhancement of its partnership with the Baltic branches of PZU Group, a leading financial powerhouse in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Simplifying the Insurance Sales Process in a Digital Era

Join this exciting conversation about the future of insurance sales in the digital age alongside Guaranteed Rate Insurance LLC and Total Expert. As a proud recipient of the Top 50 Personal Lines Agency award for 2023, Guaranteed Rate Insurance has thrived by putting innovation and customer satisfaction at the forefront, all while delivering a seamless … more

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