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Is data gold, or your kryptonite?

If you are an insurer, ask yourself this question: Are your customers sharing data with you? (If you aren’t you probably are customer of insurance, so just ask it the other way around.) Most likely, the answer is “not if they don’t have to”. Why is that the case? Is it generally privacy concern? Don’t […]

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Is data gold, or your kryptonite?

If you are an insurer, ask yourself this question: Are your customers sharing data with you? (If you aren’t you probably are customer of insurance, so just ask it the other way around.) Most likely, the answer is “not if they don’t have to”. Why is that the case? Is it generally privacy concern? Don’t […]

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Is data gold, or your kryptonite?

If you are an insurer, ask yourself this question: Are your customers sharing data with you? (If you aren’t you probably are customer of insurance, so just ask it the other way around.) Most likely, the answer is “not if they don’t have to”. Why is that the case? Is it generally privacy concern? Don’t […]

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Is data gold, or your kryptonite?

If you are an insurer, ask yourself this question: Are your customers sharing data with you? (If you aren’t you probably are customer of insurance, so just ask it the other way around.) Most likely, the answer is “not if they don’t have to”. Why is that the case? Is it generally privacy concern? Don’t […]

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Is data gold, or your kryptonite?

If you are an insurer, ask yourself this question: Are your customers sharing data with you? (If you aren’t you probably are customer of insurance, so just ask it the other way around.) Most likely, the answer is “not if they don’t have to”. Why is that the case? Is it generally privacy concern? Don’t […]

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Is data gold, or your kryptonite?

If you are an insurer, ask yourself this question: Are your customers sharing data with you? (If you aren’t you probably are customer of insurance, so just ask it the other way around.) Most likely, the answer is “not if they don’t have to”. Why is that the case? Is it generally privacy concern? Don’t […]

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Three hurricanes and an earthquake (oh, yeah, and some wildfires)

Every once in a while, a unique or particularly severe insured loss event or series of events forces (re)insurers to re-evaluate the assumptions they make about the risks they take onto their balance sheets. This is usually either because something

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Three hurricanes and an earthquake (oh, yeah, and some wildfires)

Every once in a while, a unique or particularly severe insured loss event or series of events forces (re)insurers to re-evaluate the assumptions they make about the risks they take onto their balance sheets. This is usually either because something

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Three hurricanes and an earthquake (oh, yeah, and some wildfires)

Every once in a while, a unique or particularly severe insured loss event or series of events forces (re)insurers to re-evaluate the assumptions they make about the risks they take onto their balance sheets. This is usually either because something

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Three hurricanes and an earthquake (oh, yeah, and some wildfires)

Every once in a while, a unique or particularly severe insured loss event or series of events forces (re)insurers to re-evaluate the assumptions they make about the risks they take onto their balance sheets. This is usually either because something

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