The path to success is littered with many failures. Creating a great product relies on building on the hits and learning from the misses. Carl Christensen’s own work at Swiss Re’s in-house start-up iptiQ has taught him the importance of…Read More
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Insights on COVID-19
iptiQ is committed to supporting our partners in these challenging times by sharing our risk knowledge and paying covered losses. As part of the Swiss Re group, it’s one way we fulfill our vision of helping to make the world more resilient.
How can we transform your business?
iptiQ is transforming the way consumers buy insurance with a unique digital insurance engine which incorporates the latest technology with world-class underwriting capabilities.
We build strong partnerships to sell insurance via trusted brands. We enable our partners to expand their product range into both Life and Health and Property and Casualty insurance products quickly and with minimum investment.
We don’t sell directly to the consumer, but instead provide digital, transparent and bespoke protection products in a B2B2C manner. You stay in charge of your customers and your brand. We stay in the background.
Partnering with trusted brands
- Transformative, data-driven insurance solutions
- A streamlined, seamless customer journey
- A business model built on strong partnerships with established brands
- Our partners benefit from bespoke solutions tailored to their customers’ needs
Motorhomes are costly vehicles, particularly when approximately two million private motorhomes in Europe are unused for 48 weeks per year. To offset costs, many owners often consider renting out their vehicles but the lack of suitable motor insurance for rental periods is a major deterrent – most motorhome insurance policies do not cover damage incurred when the vehicle is hired by third party. iptiQ found a way to close this protection gap for Goboony, a peer-to-peer rental platform.Read More
In 2019, I made the bold decision to move from a well-respected large insurer to a relatively unknown small digital start up called iptiQ which is owned by Swiss Re. After many rewarding years in retail distribution leadership, it was…Read More