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TOM (Target Operating Model) is a core component of the Market Modernisation proposal, set out by the London Market Group (LMG), to improve the ease of doing business in the London Market, locally and globally.

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Robotic Process Automation - Doing the Boring Stuff

There’s much chatter in insurance innovation circles about robotics. The very word “robotics” conjures up images of R2D2 or the foes of ...

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PokemonGo an example for the financial industry...?

PokemonGo - most annoyingly successful Augmented Reality (AR) game to take hold of the world in such quick succession...

Despite the...

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Why disrupting insurance is hard...

Ignoring the sales pitch, an interesting article on innovation in the insurance market outlining some of the reasons why take up has been...

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First driverless cars...now driverless ships!

An absolutely fascinating article on autonomous ships. It will be interesting to see how this technology evolves and the impact it will...

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Look Mum - No Hands!

Last Friday I was lucky enough to go for a ride in an autonomous pod. We went for a jaunt around an industrial estate and I was there for...

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From Insurers to Ensurers

An excellent article summarising the plethora of change happening all around us from Blockchain and Smart Contracts, to Robo-Advisors and...

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