From insuring assets to protecting mobility : driving growth in the evolving mobility ecosystem
Paris (May 17, 2023) – Mobility market evolution poses challenges and opportunities for P&C insurers who need to make the move from insuring assets to protecting the entire mobility journey. This transformation can yield measurable operational benefits and unlock revenue growth for insurers. These are the findings of Capgemini’s World Property and Casualty Insurance Report 2023, developed in collaboration with Qorus.
Findings from the report, which reflects the views of more than 290 insurance executives and nearly 6,000 consumers, include:
- Mobility market evolution is driving autonomous, connected, electric and shared (ACES) and multi-modal premium growth.
- Shifting from insuring assets to protecting mobility journeys requires new business models.
- Insurers that successfully transition from product developer to solution co-designer, leveraging mobility ecosystems, will become mobility frontrunners.
Download the report here.
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About the Capgemini Research Institute
The Capgemini Research Institute is Capgemini’s in-house think-tank on all things digital and their impact across industries. It is the publisher of Capgemini’s flagship World Report Series for over 25 years with dedicated focus for Financial Services and publishes thought leadership on digitalization, innovation, technology and business trends that affect banks, wealth management firms, and insurers across the globe. Independent agency rated a recent World Retail Banking Report, published by the Institute, as one of the top 10 publications among consultancy and technology firms globally. For more information, visit worldreports.capgemini.com.
A global non-profit organization established in 1971 by banks and insurance companies, Qorus (formerly known as Efma) helps its members to reinvent themselves to thrive – to go further, be faster and work together. Our global ecosystem brings valuable insights, inspiring events, rich data, and active global communities all in one place. With over 50 years of experience, Qorus provides a neutral space for best-practice sharing and collaboration, while offering diverse knowledge and a global reach – to more than 1200 financial groups in 120+ countries. Headquartered in Paris, Qorus serves financial institutions on all continents, with offices in Andorra, Bangkok, Bratislava, Brussels, Dubai, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, London, Milan, Seoul, and Tokyo. For more information, visit www.efma.com.
SOURCE: CapgeminiTags: Capgemini, Mobility, Transformation, World Insurance Report