The ILS market has matured and is reaping the benefits of its counter-cyclical nature
China, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore are joining the global InsurTech solution
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Maintaining a good quality of life with the disease requires early detection and appropriate treatment
Group Life
In this interview, Antoine LY, Head of Data Science at SCOR Global Life, illustrates how text mining and Natural Language Processing (NLP), benefit insurers and the insured through the policy lifecycle and how partnering with a powerful data science team rooted in the reinsurance business is the right choice for insurers looking to leverage this technology.
Group Life
A recent SCOR publication issued from our team in South East Asia (SEA) raised an important question concerning the relevance of our current CI standard practices. In short, without including ICU coverage, especially in the age of COVID, are we keeping pace with the needs of consumers? While the article below cites case examples from the SEA Market, where the study was conducted, we believe the topic to be universally relevant for all markets, and worthy of broad consideration.
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Denis Kessler (Chairman & CEO of SCOR SE), accompanied by Victor Peignet (CEO of SCOR Global P&C), Romain Launay (COO of SCOR SE) and Michel Blanc (Chief Underwriting Officer - P&C Treaty Asia Pacific) visited India on 18 and 19 January 2017 for the 10th India Rendezvous in Mumbai, at which Denis Kessler delivered the Global Keynote Industry Address.
This Risk Radar classifies each risk by its nature, determining its time horizon (significant impacts already seen in insurance claims, first significant impacts expected within 1 – 5 years, first significant impacts expected within 5 – 10 years), and its expected impact (small, medium or high).
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