New technologies, competitors and customer expectations are changing insurance.

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We’ll work with you to tackle whatever comes your way, just as we have with 70% of Fortune 1000 insurers and hundreds of smaller and specialty carriers.

Insurance 2030 – What's your future?

Political and economic instability, technological disruption, demographic shifts, and climate change have created a world in which insurers have to cover an increasing array of intensifying risks. In turn, this is changing to the very fabric of the industry. Depending on how insurers adapt, we see several potential scenarios unfolding by 2030. PwC’s Insurance 2030 series explores these scenarios and proposes a profitable path forward for carriers in various industry subsectors.

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Next in insurance 2024:
Hard realities highlight the need for insurers to reinvent themselves

The insurance industry is facing a variety of challenges, with risks becoming more severe and acute. To survive and thrive, insurers must undergo radical reinvention and put customers at the center of everything they do. Our latest "Next in insurance" looks at the trends driving industry transformation and highlights key strategies insurers can adopt to grow profitably.

Pivotal trends in 2024 fall into four main categories:

  • Reinventing the business
  • Using technology to execute strategy
  • Building trust with climate solutions
  • Trending deals impacts

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Insurance Leader, Consulting Solutions, PwC US

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Insurance Leader, Trust Solutions, PwC US

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