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Gear Up for Solvency II & IFRS 4 Phase II with the Right Partner

08th April 2015
Why SSOs “Change & Synergies” – Critical Success Factors for Insurers in Today’s Regulatory Environment Two directives that will soon change the face of the insurance industry in the European Economic Area are Solvency II and IFRS 4 Phase II. While Solve... Read >

Whitepaper- High-end Actuarial Risk Management Solutions

06th November 2012
Introduction 'Great Recession' and the Global Economic Crisis Lead to Regulations to Protect Insurance The past few years have witnessed significant global financial turmoil and extreme economic crisis that had their roots in the sub-prime loan crisis, ... Read >

Solvency II's Impact will Affect Process Efficiency in Insurance

19th September 2012
Solvency II's Impact will Affect Process Efficiency in Insurance Will Your Operational Viability and Reputation Survive in a Solvency II World? The Solvency II framework is based on the three-pillar approach, almost similar to Basel II – the banking re... Read >

WNS Case study - Insurance Center of Excellence

16th July 2012
The client – a leading multi-line insurance provider working across life, general and health verticals – was looking for innovative solutions to adapt to the dynamic operational landscape. The focus was on combining high levels of operational expertise, t... Read >

Driving Impact to General Insurers:Efficiencies in the Claims Process and Reduced Fraud Leakage

10th January 2012
The Current Scenario General insurers today face the mammoth task of generating returns, while at the same time securing the faith of their investors. It is important that insurance companies look at reducing needless spend on claims (otherwise known as... Read >

Outsourcing to WNS, increased conversion rate by 50 percent for Travelocity's inbound offline sales

26th April 2011
In 2006, the global travel industry was experiencing significant growth. With the industry growing at over 5 percent per annum, managing growth while reducing operational costs was an imperative for the travel industry. At the same time, Travelocity, ... Read >