FinTechNZ created the Insurance Working Group (known as InsurTechNZ) in response to interest from the insurance industry. Our members are from across the sector, the wider ecosystem and at all stages of innovation and transformation.
Both service innovation and digital technologies are transforming the way insurance services are provided and experienced by customers. Digital offerings like artificial intelligence, blockchain, chatbots, image recognition, predictive analytics and telematics are increasingly being used across the financial services landscape. These new technologies combined with other digital service offerings and back end system refinements have the potential for (and already are) dramatically improving how customers engage with – and experience insurance services.
We share an inclusive, collaborative approach to advance collective opportunity with both NZ and international partners.
InsurTechNZ has been established to identify the themes and issues, support broad sector engagement and lead the insurance transformation journey. The InsurTechNZ Working Group meets monthly and holds regular ‘meetups’ (in association with the FinTechNZ ‘Connect’ events), to connect, promote and advance the members’ agenda.
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The FinTechNZ Insurance Working Group (InsurTechNZ) provides a forum for industry to engage and collaborate. To encourage full participation, FinTechNZ is extending membership to those across the entire insurance value chain.
If you would like to join the FinTechNZ insurance community, please get in touch.