Group P&C
The SCOR Rendez-Vous, combining the best of the SCOR Lounge and our traditional Annual Conference, came to a close at the end of last week.
This paper underlines the fact that data is a fundamental asset for insurance undertakings, in particular to support informed decisions during challenging times.
Group Life
Those who have recovered from the COVID-19 virus remain vulnerable to long-term after-effects which increase morbidity and heighten mortality risk. While experience with other Coronavirus outbreaks provides insight into the post-COVID-19 health threats, including psychological issues, patients should be monitored on an ongoing basis.
Haven Secure is a decreasing term product designed to provide an easy-to-manage monthly death benefit that’s equal to the policyholder’s salary or a particular expense that a family needs to cover, like a mortgage, rent or even student loans.
In an interview with l’Express magazine, Denis Kessler, Chairman & CEO of SCOR, reflects on the long-term consequences of Covid-19 and on society’s growing aversion to risk.
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Climate variability, the increased frequency and severity of certain extreme events, and the growing vulnerability of modern societies to natural hazards have thrown down the gauntlet, challenging us to adapt to climate change. Tackling and addressing the associated risks is a global and shared responsibility.
At SCOR we are working on model interpretability because we believe that we have a duty to provide every applicant with transparent risk assessments that provide them with a path forward to understand an outcome.
In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a massive shift in our industry as clients and partners have worked tirelessly to support life insurance applicants and distributors, since traditional fluid-based underwriting protocols have been severely disrupted. As an organization, SCOR has been committed to reinventing the underwriting process through our Underwriting Reimagined strategy.
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