Insurers

Love it or hate it, we insurance practitioners cannot avoid digitalization

Digitalization helps us manage our business better. It helps us to be more efficient and effective. And most importantly, it helps us serve our customers in a friendlier way.
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Transformative times: Where next for Switzerland’s insurers?

Swiss insurers are no strangers to change. New technologies and ways of working are transforming our industry. In this series of articles, we share our insights into what will be the key challenges and opportunities over the coming year, and what Switzerland’s insurers need to do to stay ahead.
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Digital labor, regtech and insurtech: Opportunities or threats?

Digitalization has come a long way in the past few years, moving from buzzword to strategic imperative. Driven by a quest for efficiency and effectiveness, and by the growing demands and expectations of customers, regulators and other stakeholders, it now touches almost every part of our businesses.
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Enterprise Risk Management: time to shift gear

Chief Risk Officers of (re)insurance companies are presented with a long awaited opportunity to reposition the profile of their function and create value for customers, shareholders and the public at large but their departments need to evolve rapidly to cope with the challenges this entails.
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Satisfying the human factor: High Tech, High Touch business models in insurance

Insurers are rethinking their business models to meet customers’ evolving expectations, to seize opportunities arising from digital labor and to navigate the complexity of claims management, data and governance. Find out how in KPMG’s latest Clarity on Insurance Digitalization.
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Impact of global and Swiss tax changes on the insurance industry

There are a few upcoming regulatory tax projects which will affect the Swiss insurance industry. On a global level these include the latest tax risks facing the industry in light of the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) reports. On a national level the focus is on the Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III.
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