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The platform-fueled insurance future

As announced in my preview post last week, the IBM Institute for Business Value has just released our main insurance study for 2018, titled “The platform fueled-future: New ways to differentiate in a changing insurance industry.” This study is based on a global survey of 1,000 insurance executives, with questions centering on insurance platforms about […]

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The platform-fueled insurance future

As announced in my preview post last week, the IBM Institute for Business Value has just released our main insurance study for 2018, titled “The platform fueled-future: New ways to differentiate in a changing insurance industry.” This study is based on a global survey of 1,000 insurance executives, with questions centering on insurance platforms about […]

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Sneak peek: Is the industry ready for insurance platforms?

Next week, we will be releasing a new IBM Institute for Business Value study on the insurance industry. Titled “The platform-fueled future,” we surveyed 1,000 insurers across 35 countries on various questions of interest around insurance platforms – on their disruptive impacts, benefits, downsides and how much or how little participation they are envisioning. We […]

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Sneak peek: Is the industry ready for insurance platforms?

Next week, we will be releasing a new IBM Institute for Business Value study on the insurance industry. Titled “The platform-fueled future,” we surveyed 1,000 insurers across 35 countries on various questions of interest around insurance platforms – on their disruptive impacts, benefits, downsides and how much or how little participation they are envisioning. We […]

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Sneak peek: Is the industry ready for insurance platforms?

Next week, we will be releasing a new IBM Institute for Business Value study on the insurance industry. Titled “The platform-fueled future,” we surveyed 1,000 insurers across 35 countries on various questions of interest around insurance platforms – on their disruptive impacts, benefits, downsides and how much or how little participation they are envisioning. We […]

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Are fire service charges fair or necessary?

A letter from Amanda Dean, Vice-President, Atlantic Canada, Insurance Bureau of Canada: Saint John City Council recently enacted the Fire Protection Fees By-Law, which establishes fees to be paid by property owners or occupants to cover the city’s costs of

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Are fire service charges fair or necessary?

A letter from Amanda Dean, Vice-President, Atlantic Canada, Insurance Bureau of Canada: Saint John City Council recently enacted the Fire Protection Fees By-Law, which establishes fees to be paid by property owners or occupants to cover the city’s costs of

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Are fire service charges fair or necessary?

A letter from Amanda Dean, Vice-President, Atlantic Canada, Insurance Bureau of Canada: Saint John City Council recently enacted the Fire Protection Fees By-Law, which establishes fees to be paid by property owners or occupants to cover the city’s costs of

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Are fire service charges fair or necessary?

A letter from Amanda Dean, Vice-President, Atlantic Canada, Insurance Bureau of Canada: Saint John City Council recently enacted the Fire Protection Fees By-Law, which establishes fees to be paid by property owners or occupants to cover the city’s costs of

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Are fire service charges fair or necessary?

A letter from Amanda Dean, Vice-President, Atlantic Canada, Insurance Bureau of Canada: Saint John City Council recently enacted the Fire Protection Fees By-Law, which establishes fees to be paid by property owners or occupants to cover the city’s costs of

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