A reexamination of why InsurTech and its associated modern business practices are not being adopted as broadly or with the level of penetration they should.
There’s an issue with trust in the insurance industry. This stems from consumers not knowing what they’re covered for. This is caused by long and complex policy documents that are hard to understand.
Is segmentation still relevant for the industry today? Digital has impacted the way organisations engage with customers, and have to review their models.
Multiple platforms are emerging which facilitate the connectivity between HNW clients and private investment opportunities.
A huge pain point keeping many consumers from making the most of their money is the need to juggle numerous apps and websites to manage their finances.
Are Millennials and WealthTechs really powerful enough to disrupt the whole investments market?
We therefore need to re-frame the regulatory approach and start designing rules that take user behaviour and programmers’ skills and intentions into account.
RegTech has the potential to streamline and even revolutionise the monitoring of cap-and-trade schemes.
There are opportunities that RegTech offers to emerging countries expanding financial inclusion,democratising certain services and allowing new players.
What if RegTech could do more than reduce the cost and complexity of compliance within system that is increasingly to no longer serve its societal purpose?