Catch up with all the news from the Dubai World Insurance Congress 2019
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Increasingly antiquated rules and a lack of innovation have lost Bahrain its early mover advantage in Middle East re/insurance, according to a report published this week by ratings firm AM Best
Insurance technology efforts should be about customer-driven outcomes, not just technology-driven solutions. GR and Charles Taylor InsureTech hosted a roundtable debate in Dubai to discuss how insurance firms can do better.
This year’s DWIC event featured a number of themes, including the need for product innovation, the rise of insurtech, pricing competition in health and motor markets, steps towards insurance penetration, progress for Takaful products, Dubai’s continued importance as the Middle East regional re/insurance hub, and reinsurers under continued pressure
The Takaful and Re/Takaful sector has an image problem and general lack of awareness about what it can do, according to speakers at DWIC 2019
Panellists on the final MENA session from day one of DWIC 2019 talked about new product opportunities the region could see soon.
The health insurance market is struggling to keep up with demand, but a new trend has emerged, says Axa Global Healthcare’s Laurent Pochat-Cottilloux
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