Hemant Shah: Co-founder and CEO, Archipelago: Curing the property pain chain

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Archipelago is working with large global corporations to identify and source information about a property that's then shared with insurers and brokers. The company has over 170 people and according to PitchBook, has raised $57 million.

Co-founder Hemant Shah last spoke to us on episode 145 and returns to the evolution of Archipelago in the last year.

Talking points include:

  • How Archipelago is working with companies to collect information about properties for insurers and brokers
  • Issues associated with matching loss history data to exposure data
  • How exposure data is described, validated and standardised
  • The potential role of intelligence augmentation and the process behind implementing machine learning
  • How ESG requirements are changing resilience reporting

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The Learning Objectives for this podcast are:

  • List some of the methods used by organisations to source relevant property data
  • Explain the potential disparities between loss history data and exposure data
  • Describe how technological implementations such as intelligence augmentation are aiding property insurance

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