Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at the instech London event, having had some time to reflect, it’s one of the best events I’ve been to and here is why:
1) Environment - it wasn’t held in a... read more
On 6 July 1988 the Piper Alpha oil platform exploded. 167 people died. Much of the insurance was with what became known as the London Market Excess of Loss (LMX) Spiral, a tightly knit and badly... read more
This was the first of what we expect to be many Instech London Clinics. It was encouraging to see so many people taking advantage of the clinics and getting involved in some interesting discussions.... read more
How a building is constructed, maintained and where it is located all have a massive impact on its potential to be damaged or destroyed. That knowledge is as old as insurance itself.
So why do so... read more
A quick follow up on the great InsurTech Debate this week, hosted by Robin and the team at InsTech London. You know it's important when even Paolo makes an appearance!
I was delighted to be asked to... read more
InsTech London worked with Oxbow Partners, sponsored by the Lloyd’s Market Association, to produce a report outlining how InsurTech is impacting the corporate & speciality market, and why both... read more
You own a house. It burns down. Your insurer only pays out 15% of the loss.
That’s a serious case of under insurance. You’d wonder why you bothered with insurance in the first place. In reality,... read more
Insurance is heavily regulated, capital intensive, low margin and highly competitive making it tough to break into as a start-up. But with an increasing number of organisations providing money and... read more
Three startups and four investors active in insurtech. All very different, but they agreed on one thing. Raising money is hard. So what advice did they have?
A few companies are able to bootstrap... read more