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Cyber perils top global business risk ranking
Cyber perils are the biggest concern for companies globally over the next 12 months, followed by business interruption and natural disasters.
Wednesday 26th January 2022
Blockchain to generate $10bn in savings for insurers by 2024
Blockchain-based insurance is set to transform claims administration, saving $10bn (£7.33bn) in costs globally by 2024, up from $1.1bn last year.
Wednesday 19th January 2022
InsurTech investment passes $10bn threshold for first time
Insurance technology start-ups have attracted more than $10bn (£7.3bn) of investment for the first time in any one year on record, with three months still left to go.
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Third-party cyber risks a 'glaring blind spot' for most companies, PwC finds
The majority of large companies worldwide do not have a handle on third-party cyber risks in their supply chains, research by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has uncovered.
Wednesday 13th October 2021
Cyber security tops ranking of organisational risks for 2022
Cyber security is the number one threat facing organisations in 2022, with climate change also a growing risk, research by the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (Chartered IIA) suggests.
Tuesday 28th September 2021
Majority of employers expect hybrid working post-Covid
Only three in 10 UK employers expect to have their workforce fully back onsite in two years' time following the outbreak of COVID-19, a study by Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has found.
Wednesday 25th August 2021
Global InsurTech investment hits record high
The global insurance technology sector attracted a record level of investment in the first half of this year, surpassing total funding for 2020, analysis by Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has found.
Wednesday 11th August 2021
Automation to transform actuarial work over next five years
Life and property and casualty (P&C) insurers are set to accelerate their use of automation over the next five years as they look to improve the efficiency and auditability of their actuarial processes.
Wednesday 14th July 2021
A decentralised future for financial technologies
Actuaries can play a major role in helping decentralised financial technologies reach their full potential, says Zhixin Li
Wednesday 7th July 2021
Joel Walmsley writes about the past, present and future of artificial intelligence from a philosophical point of view
Wednesday 7th July 2021