Hogan Lovells counsel Robert Fettman discusses the challenges and opportunities that InsurTech innovations and technologies like blockchain, distributed ledger technology (DLT), and smart contracts present to the U.S. insurance industry. Click here to read the full interview.
As a global insurance industry team, we aim to follow industry trends and developments as closely as possible in order to deliver well informed perspectives and thought leadership to our clients and contacts. Our Insurance Horizons 2018 brochure considers the impact of technology, interest rates, protectionism, excess capacity in the reinsurance market and cyber risk.
Last week we held a conference where we brought together blockchain experts and industry thought-leaders in a number of sessions, sharing insights on how to embrace the technology whilst navigating the legal and regulatory framework. Our interactive breakout sessions explored distribute ledger technology and blockchain in areas such as capital markets, insurance, market infrastructure and
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On Jan. 5, 2017, the Department of Treasury Federal Insurance Office held its first committee meeting of the new year. Several topics were addressed, including the use of blockchain/distributed ledger technology (“DLT”) in the insurance industry. Matt Higginson of McKinsey & Company presented this topic to the committee. While DLT’s impact on
What is genuinely innovative about today’s insurance sector? Perhaps little – but that is beginning to change. For the past few years we have seen innovative ways of selling products – such as search engine aggregators – at the distribution end of the retail market. Yet with the majority of costs borne by insurers falling