The use of wearable technology has been on the rise in recent years, from step-counting to measuring sleep. Many industries have begun to embrace this technology, with increasing interest in how wearables are being used in life insurance. More importantly, how can and should they be used going forward? And what caveats should we be aware of?
Melissa Yeoh reports on the recent “Designing Life Insurance Products for Increasing Consumer Expectations” Insights session which discussed current issues and implications for Life Insurance product design, including the legal perspective and considered how the industry could restore the imbalance between consumer and insurer.
John McLenaghan (Public Policy Adviser at the Actuaries Institute) interviews Ilan Leas (Managing Director at Retender) about his Dialogue thought leadership paper about what the life insurance industry might look like in the future as it strives to meet consumer expectations in a fast-changing environment.
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