Adrian Coupland, Head of Sales: Earnix: Agile pricing for a world of change (288)

InsTech - insurance & innovation with Matthew Grant

Feb 7 2024 • 16 mins

In this mid-week special, Matthew Grant speaks to Adrian Coupland at Earnix, a software provider to global insurers and banks. They discuss how the nature of risk in the insurance industry is rapidly changing, presenting new challenges in areas like motor pricing and supply chain management. The podcast ends with a discussion about Earnix's new product 'Underwrite-It' aimed at changing the underwriting process.

Key talking points:

  • What challenges are Earnix solving for the insurance industry
  • Changes to the auto insurance sector - increasing repair costs and the impact of pricing regulation
  • Underwrite-ItTM - an automated underwriting platform

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Continuing Professional Development

This InsTech Podcast Episode is accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). By listening, you can claim up to 0.5 hours towards your CPD scheme.

By the end of this podcast, you should be able to meet the following Learning Objectives:

  • Describe reasons for challenges in the motor insurance industry
  • Explain the role of technology in enabling business users to make pricing changes quickly.
  • Identify the impact of regulatory reforms on insurance pricing

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