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Justin Emrich

Chief Information Officer at Atrium Underwriters Ltd

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Atrium Underwriters are one of the oldest and most respected Managing Agencies at Lloyd's of London, and Justin is head of their IT, MI, Business Solutions and Projects functions, managing and developing systems and applications for the business, as well as having responsibility for the overall IT strategy and governance for the business.

Justin started his career at RJ Kiln in Lloyd's before joining Beazley as a junior Underwriter. After 14 years there he went on to spend 5 years as an e-Commerce consultant with Wildnet developing countless trading platforms before returning to the market with Atrium in 2006. 

He is passionate about modernising inefficient processes, and is actively involved in driving forward not only projects within Atrium, but also on the broader stage in the London Market, including leading the Data Capture service part of Project Genesis which Justin co-authored. 

He is involved with numerous other similar activities and represents Atrium on a number of Market Committees and Forums including the LM TOM.

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Possibly the most important white paper of the year!

The TOM Innovation team carried out a deep study in 2017 into the feasibility of rethinking our transaction accounting. Please take a...

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How Artificial Intelligence is rethinking retail shopping

Listened to a fascinating talk by the CTO of Ocado last week. He shared how they are continuously reinventing their processes. One...

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Partnerships

InsurTech has morphed from being an outside threat to being an opportunity to embrace new thinking through partnerships, possibly the...

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Top 10 InsurTech trends

This is a must read summary that blows through the froth and gets to the point.

Rick Huckstep lists his top 10 InsurTech trends for the insurance industry.

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Details of the B3i Blockchain prototype

Interesting to read how Blockchain is threatening the Broker's role in processing insurance transactions. Time for a role rethink.

much of the broker's role is moved to a permissioned blockchain that automates both premium settlement and claim settlement, all while...…

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