Martin Samworth & Seth Rogers: RE5Q: New sources of property data - beyond insurance

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Finding comprehensive sources of data for property underwriting continues to be a challenge around the world. Companies such as RE5Q are tapping into data sources previously unavailable to insurers and creating new analytics.

Join Matthew Grant as he talks to CEO Martin Samworth and CTO Seth Rogers about how the company is using its experience in real estate to tackle some of the hardest problems when finding verifiable and timely information for insurers, along with case studies and client examples.

Topics discussed include:

  • New sources of hazard around the world
  • The convergence of real estate and insurance
  • Exploding sawmills
  • Building powerful AI engines
  • Getting the data in the hands of the underwriters

More information at https://www.re5q.com/ - and don’t miss the special offer at the end of the episode!

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The Learning Objectives for this podcast are:

  • Summarise the current challenges faced within insurance when sourcing the relevant data for property underwriting
  • List examples of how experience in the real estate industry has aided the property underwriting process
  • Describe how AI technology is being implemented to generate relevant analytics for insurers in the property space

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