Our insurance practice comprise multi-disciplinary teams, led by senior partners with extensive experience.
Our insurance practice comprise multi-disciplinary teams, led by industry's experts.
The insurance industry is at a turning point. Insurers have adapted well to a rapidly changing regulatory and business landscape and can now set their sights on growth.Intense regulatory scrutiny and control will promote transparency and financial strength across the industry.
At the same time, developments in technology and data analytics are creating great opportunities for insurers to provide their customers with the right services and products at the right time.
A focus on customers remains a priority, products must reflect changing needs and demands. A new generation is entering the marketplace with different perspectives, while existing customers are keen to take advantage of more flexible options.
Mergers and acquisitions means insurers will evolve. This will bring additional challenges, as legacy systems are brought together, updated and integrated to ensure the highest quality of service. How KPMG can help with a depth and breadth of industry experience, built upon expertise in audit, tax and advisory work throughout the insurance sector, we can help chart a route to continuing success.
The only way to fully understand the potential impact of IFRS 17 is to work through the calculations.
The future will be won on the basis of the alliances, partnerships and joint ventures formed by insurance companies today.
Insurance is often pigeonholed as a safe and sober business. Yet like most industries, insurance faces disruption on multiple fronts – from comparison websites to driverless cars. To stay ahead, Aviva set up the Digital Garage, a new approach to innovation that draws on fresh thinking by experts from across the economy. We spoke to Aviva CEO Mark Wilson to understand how the Garage is helping turn the 320-year-old group into one set for the next 50