The London Market’s approach to data and information sharing means that there is “huge potential for error,” according to the CEO of a data monitoring firm that works with a number of major insurers.
“The London Market is quite archaic,” Nick Mair, CEO and co-founder of Atticus DQPro, whose clients include Brit, Tokio Marine Kiln and Markel, told Insurance Business.
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