Tag Archives: analytics

Potenciando seguros masivos con modelos analíticos y predictivos

¿Cuántas veces han recibido una llamada de su banco, en medio de una reunión, para ofrecerles un producto que no necesitan? Continue reading →

Quelles sont les dernières tendances en matière d’Assurance-crédit (2/2) ?

Le point commun de toutes les méthodes disponibles pour financer le poste-client repose sur la nécessité de mener une analyse fiable et détaillée des données  pour permettre l’optimisation du financement et la maitrise du risque. Les schémas  d’Excess of Loss, … Continue reading →

Quelles sont les dernières tendances en matière d’Assurance-crédit (1/2) ?

Au cours des quatre dernières années, on constate une augmentation des primes en matière d’assurance-crédit malgré une baisse considérable des sinistres. Aujourd’hui, on reproche parfois aux assureurs-crédit leur manque d’innovation, les stratégies boursières mises en place et le concept du combined … Continue reading →

Sitting is Bad For You. So is Standing. What Now?

I don’t know if it’s just me, but every time I turn around I keep hearing that sitting is killing us. I hear it on the radio, I see it on the television and I read it online. What is … Continue reading →

Reinsurance and Solvency II: The Challenge of Regulating Diverse Markets

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If you’ve read any of my past blogs about Solvency II you will know that I have a love/hate relationship with it. I fully believe in and support what Solvency II is trying to do but find the way it … Continue reading →

Big Data: Is the Property Sector Making the Most of it?

Big data refers to computer analysis of data sets too large for the human mind to process. Trends and patterns, which computer algorithms spot, can offer businesses powerful insight allowing them to be more efficient, to better understand their customers … Continue reading →

Marketplace Realities 2016: Bringing the Pieces Together

To transfer a risk is to solve a puzzle. Some of the pieces in that puzzle will belong to the company that is transferring the risk – those would include retentions, captives and other self-insurance options. But most of the … Continue reading →

Climate Resilience and Graceful Failure

Extreme weather events are opportunists. They strike indiscriminately, and selectively expose the parts of society that are underprepared and most vulnerable. We see the lack of resilience to extreme events in the most susceptible regions time and time again in … Continue reading →

Workers’ Compensation: The Big Disconnect

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When it comes to Workers’ Compensation claims, the data is there and for the most part the risk managers have access to it. They know what types of claims are being filed and where worker injuries are occurring. That’s the … Continue reading →

Improving Your Employees’ Access to Medical Care Using Data Analytics

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A fast food restaurant chain operating in 24 states in the Southeast and Midwest was struggling with medical cost inflation. Their year-to-year trend had actually outpaced market rates. This caught the CFO’s attention. Continue reading →