Impact of Digital on Tax in Insurance: Data Analytics

In this report from EY we hear Hugh von Bergen explain how the rise in data brings two taxable assets into play for the insurance industry; the data itself and analytical skills. 

The insurance companies will be able to gather data from many new sources such as wearables, and telematics in cars. This leads to increased data to manage, analyze and put to use. 


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