Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2016 im Fachbereich BWL - Bank, Börse, Versicherung, University of Westminster, Veranstaltung: MSc Finance, Banking and Insurance, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The future may be uncertain and hard to predict, but it should not be hard to prepare for. Internet and other digital platforms have transformed the way people interact and how they do business in almost all sectors of the economy. This has led to far-reaching challenges and innovations that could have an impact on both current and future of numerous economic sectors. In insurance, for instance, a sector which has remained largely the same for more than three decades, it has a great influence on its value chain right from production, sales and distribution to claims and payments. This report examines self-driving cars, a digital innovation involving vehicles with the capacity to sense their environment and navigate through the pathways without human driver inputs. Their ability to analyze sensory data that in return enables them distinguish between different cars in the road increases driving efficacy and as a result likely to alter current state of both automobile and life insurance industry substantially because of the likelihood that their adoption will significantly reduce the number of traffic accidents as majority of road accidents traditionally are perceived to be caused by driver error/negligence consequently shrinking insurance bills and claims for customers. This study further examines how this innovation (autonomous cars) would influence insurance markets/business while exploring the various responses which the insurance industry has/will put in place to help cope with these changes in the future to enable them to remain sustainably relevant in the market.
Richard is a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD, in Finance) Student at Aston University, Birmingham-UK, a seasoned accountant and a part-time lecturer, teaching Corporate Reporting and CPA's Financial Reporting. He holds a distinction in MSc Finance Banking and Insurance degree from the University of Westminster (UK) where he was also honored with two academic prizes/award (namely; Westminster Business School Prize for Outstanding Postgraduate Student and Westminster Business School Prize for Outstanding student in MSC Finance, Banking, and Insurance ) and has previously worked for the Government of Kenya and University of Eldoret, Kenya. Furthermore, he is a full member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK)
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