The new age of insurance distribution
In this IIL lecture Rob Moffat talked about the innovations he is seeing in insurance marketing and distribution as an early stage investor and how these may revolutionise the world of insurance.
The 'Fintech revolution' has changed the world of banking over the past five years, with a surge in tech-driven new entrants. The insurance world is starting to see this, with a large number of companies founded in the last two years. The aim of this lecture was to run through some of the new models seen by an early stage investor in the sector, both by startups and incumbents. He also give an investor's perspective on which trends will have the most impact.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- Emerging models of insurance marketing & distribution
- What investors are looking for
- How this could help or challenge market incumbents
Chair: Adrian Rand, CEO QuanTemplate.
Rob joined Balderton in 2009 from Google. His sector focus is fintech and insurance. Balderton is the leading venture capital firm focused on early state tech investing in Europe. Success stories incude Betfair, Yoox, MySQL, Kobalt and The Hut.
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