Jon Groussman, EVP Consulting Practice, and Tom Dolan, Manager of Claims & Research, joined us for a Coffee Break and shared their thoughts on staying ahead of violent crime, the insurance response to civil unrest and how COVID is changing risk management.
Over the last 9 months, the specie market and the financial industry have seen the value of stored assets increase exponentially. Regardless of how or why it’s happening, this very real and rapid increase in value of stored assets creates new insurance risks with immediate security implications for all involved.
We sat with Director of Global Operations Neil Watson and Director of U.S. Operations Mike Hyman to help us understand from both the UK and U.S. perspective how businesses can evaluate their security measures, discuss the most common mistakes businesses storing these assets make and forecast how these marketplace changes are disrupting risk assessments and insurance underwriting.
When it comes to claims, eliminating redundancy, friction, and errors are the gold standard. Each of those items drive up costs and time to settlement.
We had a chance to sit with Lowers Forensics International President, Marc Johnson, and SVP, Danielle Gardiner, to talk about how Stratis helps boost human performance across the board. They discussed the importance of seamlessly pairing the forensic accountant’s experience with technology and how using automation as a process and not just a tool helps manage communication, requests for information, and CAT response.
Carlos Rivera, Senior Vice President, Caribbean & Latin America for Lowers Forensics International highlights three questions he gets the most often about the use of Stratis claims management software for CAT claims.
Lowers Forensics International has entered an exclusive partnership with Infinilytics, an enterprise AI and analytics provider for the insurance industry. Together, the organizations will combine AI-driven technologies to optimize the business interruption claims process for insurance companies.