Technology In Microinsurance: How New Developments Affect the Work of Actuaries


Technology In Microinsurance: How New Developments Affect the Work of Actuaries

To give a frame of reference for actuaries to use in their work, this literature review provides insights on emerging technologies that interact with the actuarial profession within the space of microinsurance. This literature review assembles a collection of publicly-available articles, reports, presentations, books, blog posts, podcasts, videos, and other resources that actuaries and other interested stakeholders can reference. This report also provides a foundation for understanding the evolving role of technology in microinsurance, as well as its potential impact on insurance and the actuarial profession.

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File Name: 2019-technology-microinsurance.pdf
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Created Date: 05-23-2019
Author: Queenie Chow, Jia Min Ng, Katie Biese, Michael J. McCord
Publisher: The Society of Actuaries

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"I was stranded in New York City during the 2003 blackout, and for the next two years, I carried a small flashlight in my backpack. The flashlight did not cost much, but its potential to help in another blackout was obvious and to use it I needed only to press a button. For microinsurance to be accepted on a massive scale, it cannot cost much, its value must be obvious, and it must be simple to use." -- Brandon Matthews | Head of Microinsurance, Zurich Financial Services

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