For the second part of our blog series featuring Tapoly, the digital provider of flexible insurance products and insurance technology solutions, CEO Janthana Kaenprakhamroy gives insight into how insurance companies can utilize automated technology to achieve efficiency. Kaenprakhamroy delves into how this technology can be utilized, where to apply these solutions within a company, obstacles insurers may face, and how SaaS solutions can help.
For this Regulatory Brief, AAIS speaks with Eric Dunning, Director of the Nebraska Department of Insurance, to discuss insurtechs and the importance of the annual Insurtech on the Silicon Prairie meeting.
In this AAIS Market Report, Chair, President and CEO of Greater New York Mutual Elizabeth Heck discusses challenges to the insurance industry in the U.S. and New York.
The AAIS Pulse newsmagazine recently featured a discussion between Maryland Insurance Commissioner Kathleen Birrane and AAIS VP of Government, Legal and Compliance Robin Westcott. They covered a range of topics, from careers in insurance and climate change to National Association of Insurance Commissioner Working Groups, technology, insurtechs and much more.
The AAIS Pulse newsmagazine recently featured AAIS Chief Pricing Actuary Mike Payne and Somil Jain, VP & Consulting Actuary at Lewis & Ellis Actuaries and Consultants, spotlighting forces reshaping the role of pricing actuaries.
On a recent episode of AAIS Pulse, AAIS’s John Kadous hosted Kevin Mitchell, President of TypTap Insurance Company, and Aimee Bernadicou, Lead Broker at MJ Hall & Company, to discuss challenges to growth and the innovative ways companies are capitalizing on new opportunities.
AAIS CEO Ed Kelly opened the April 13 edition of AAIS Pulse newsmagazine with an exciting announcement: AAIS has launched openIDL as a Linux Foundation project. The Linux Foundation is the preeminent nonprofit consortium supporting one-source technologies that drive innovation and transform industries.
During the February 2021 AAIS Pulse newsmagazine, AAIS VP Truman Esmond was joined by Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger, Brian Hoffman, Vice President State and Bureau Regulatory Affairs, at Travelers, and Arron Lamp, Vice President Enterprise Business Intelligence & Analytics & Operations, at Travelers, to discuss the obstacles and opportunities around leveraging open-source technology.
Accurate risk assessment is key to mitigating exposure and to unlocking underwriting opportunities.
In August of 2020, the NAIC adopted five guiding principles for artificial intelligence (AI), based on the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s AI Principles which have been adopted by 42 countries across the globe. These five principles include: Fair and Ethical Accountability, Compliance, transparency, security, safety, and robustness of outputs.