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Your summary of industry news featuring Ageas in 2024.

Posted on 2nd January 2024
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June 2024

May 2024

April 2024

  • Insurance Times has covered the appointment of Pip King to the new role Head of Claims Data and Analytics at Ageas.
  • Read about our recent success in fighting fraudulent claims, as Insurance Post covers the case of a claimant who lied about a burglary and damage to property. The article includes a comment from our Head of Underwriting Services and Fraud, Katie Davies, who explains that the cost of fraud has a negative impact on all honest customers, and “We are doing everything we can to detect, disrupt and prosecute fraudsters. It may appear to be an easy crime, but we’re working hard to make sure it’s not.”

March 2024

February 2024

  • In a piece in The Broker Magazine this month, Ageas Claims Director, Stephen Linklater focuses on the future of motoring, which highlights the technical challenges and the industry expertise needed to support customers. Read The Broker Magazine article here.

January 2024

  • Ageas’s ground-breaking work to forecast the geological impact of extreme weather for customers has received notable coverage. As the first insurer to use WeatherNet's SurgeCast and apply deep learning from a study of historical weather events, Insurance Business and Insurance Times has picked up the story.
  • After a decade with Ageas UK, our CEO Ant Middle, speaks to Insurance POST about the changes he’s witnessed, reflects on 2023, muses on his early dreams of footballing stardom, and shares plans to grow the business in 2024. Read the full article here.
  • Insurance Business features William Quibell joining Ageas UK, Head of Home and Supplier Relationships, who reports directly to Ageas Claims Director, Stephen Linklater. Stephen describes William's expertise and 26-years' experience in personal lines insurance as “invaluable in developing and enhancing our claims journeys for our home insurance customers, ensuring that we continue to deliver on our strategic priority of building outstanding claims capability.” 

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