Published On: Mon, Jun 19th, 2017

AIG Sells First Blockchain-Based Multinational Insurance Policy to Standard Chartered Bank

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American International Group (AIG) has sold UK-based Standard Chartered Bank the world’s first blockchain-based multinational insurance policy in hopes that it will cut costs and reduce regulatory complexity.
AIG Uses Blockchain Ledger for Insurance
Another first for blockchain technology, AIG has just added insurance to blockchain’s growing list of applications. AIG, a multinational insurance provider, recently announced it had sold its first blockchain-based insurance policy to the UK’s Standard Chartered Bank.
By using a blockchain ledger to record insurance data, AIG will be able to track policy and payment data in real-time, thereby reducing some of the monumental complexity involved in multinational insurance coverage. Their hope is that this increased efficiency will lead to far fewer delays and cut costs for all parties involved.
A Maze of Paperwork & International Regulations
The goal of AIG’s new policy is to reduce the complexity that often comes with managing international insurance claims. Because of byzantine regulation systems (and the mountains of paperwork that come with them), multinational insurance coverage is often cumbersome and risky.

Carol Barton, President of AIG Multinational, says that blockchain will help …

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