Business Interruption and disruption of various supply chains produces billions of dollars of losses each year, while growing interdependencies of newly emerging technologies and lack of timely translation of data generated by various devices pose a hidden risk to swift recovery. Audeamus Risk aims to reduce the complexity by facilitating a better informed decision making.
ACCELERATERegTech 2018 is the inaugural RegTech Association eco-system event.
The fifth annual Allianz Risk Barometer identifies the top corporate perils for 2018 and beyond, based on the responses of more than 800 risk experts from 40+ countries around the globe.
The last twelve months of Internet of Things (IoT) forecasts and market estimates reflect enterprises’ higher expectations for scale, scope and Return on Investment (ROI) from their IoT initiatives.
An industry association dedicated to advancing insurtech start-ups and innovation will be launched in Sydney this week, with partners including QBE, Suncorp, IAG and AUB Group.
Audeamus Risk is delighted to be among the Game Changer presenters at the 5th ILS Convergence in Bermuda
Technology has transformed industries –how can innovation enable growth of the insurance sector?
The NSW Government has revealed the ten cybersecurity and fintech startups that will be heading to the Austrade Landing Pad located in Tel Aviv for a 10 day bootcamp. Audeamus Risk is among them.
Audeamus Risk, the world’s first Business Interruption Insurance trading platform has been recognised by an independent panel, led by major Australian Bank Westpac, among the top 200 Australian Businesses of Tomorrow.
Marsh McLennan/Oliver Wyman has recognised Audeamus Risk as the No 1 company in APAC and among only five companies in the world leading the transformation of the insurance industry in the Risk Transfer and Capital Management domain.
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to business processes and applications that use sensory information, data and content generated by interconnected and uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices that exist within the Internet infrastructure. These devices can include for example; beacons, RFID, sensors, mobile devices and Wi-Fi access points, to name a few.