Keith Stonell

Keith Stonell is Managing Director, EMEA

According to the Allianz Risk Barometer 2018 business owners consider cyber incidents to be the second greatest threat to their organisations. Cyber threats were second only to business interruption, with respondents citing a cyber incident as the most feared cause of business interruption.... Read More >
Drones are often touted as being the answer to a great number of modern-day challenges. Soon, we are told, they will be making shopping deliveries for us, dropping off pizzas, and even taxiing us around. ... Read More >
Can predictive analytics forecast if predictive analytics will transform the insurance industry?  If you were to ask someone ten years ago, you might have thought ‘yeah right.’... Read More >
As the new year gets into its stride, I can see the insurance industry heading in some exciting directions. The starting point is how the past year has witnessed InsurTech and Data Analytics make big inroads. However, the year ahead will be about how those ideas and blueprints are turned into more concrete outcomes for insurers. Data listening monetises managing 21st Century risks ... Read More >
The movie Blade Runner (and the novel it is based on, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?) depicts a future world where artificial intelligence is taking over. It is a striking dystopia where robots – the replicants – have more humanity than their human masters. Reimagining the future of insurance can get a little bleak too. Insurers might be concerned about InsurTech’s rise and its challenge to both the old ways of doing insurance, and even the need for insurers at all.... Read More >
Historians use eras to help map out the big gearshifts in economic and social change in retrospect. For the people who lived during those periods, well-known historical terms like the Middle Ages would have been unknown. For example, a medieval peasant knew they were a peasant but not that they were a medieval peasant.  Medieval was a term first coined in 1604, more than a hundred years after the Middle Ages are said to have ended.... Read More >
Next year is the fortieth anniversary of when Lloyd’s decided to make a dramatic, concrete and steel statement about its past and future.... Read More >
The UK is becoming a country of renters rather than home-owners according to a recent government whitepaper.... Read More >
There is a huge amount of buzz around blockchain and many explanations out there for what it is, and its likely benefits for financial services, especially banking and finance.... Read More >
Where in the world are you most likely to find a connected car? Los Angeles? London? Rome?... Read More >

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