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Even in today’s connected world, the insurance agent or broker remains the most diffused means for selling non-compulsory insurance coverage to potential customers
When you think about Latin American countries you believe that most of FinTechs can solve the problem of financial inclusion as in other developing countries. In fact, WealthTech in Latin America is also a way to reach financial inclusion.
The speed of technology changes everything as new business models changes their views on ownership and the value of things.
With increased importance focused on digital identity blockchain can help banks, insurance and FinTech companies to manage and verify identities.
Women drive the world economy. Believe it or not, over the next decade, the impact of women on the global economy will be “at least as significant as that of China and India”.There has never been a more important time for women to get serious about understanding their finances.
RegTech itself will not prevent the next financial crisis, but using technology will make regulators better regulators.
Technology today with it’s speed, content streaming and cloud storage ability, is facilitating the construction of scalable applications by allowing us to take those front-end and back-end frameworks or ‘lego’ pieces that allow the construction of whatever the mind can imagine.
It’s only been in the last 18 months that we’ve actually agreed on the term ‘InsurTech’ having had a go with InsTech,and a minor diversion via InsureTech. It’s not just the variations on country names that makes us feel like cartographers in the middle ages, but also the large parts of the map that are still blank.
As firms like wealthfront.com attract assets in an ever more saturated market, the interesting question is, will they succeed in disrupting the incumbents?
Insurtech is disrupting the entire value chain and customer life cycle. ‘I want it now’ culture, increasing consumers’ needs, high competition and changing regulations force incumbents to change. Disruptive technologies offer the opportunities to redesign customer experience
Wealth Management-as-a-platform: the new business architecture, particular resources should be allocated to shaping the firm’s culture around agility and the number of potential business partners on cybersecurity