London, 11 June 2018 – Today, Wiley in partnership with FINTECH Circle announces the publication of The INSURTECH Book, following the 2016 publication of best-selling title, The FINTECH Book. Startupbootcamp InsurTech is proud to that its CEO, Sabine VanderLinden, is one of the editors (of the all-female editorial team) of the book.
With no single author, group of authors, or indeed region in the world that could cover all the facets and nuances of these subjects in an exhaustive manner, contributors and authors for the book were crowdsourced from the global FinTech, InsurTech and WealthTech communities.
The INSURTECH Book: The Insurance Technology Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and FinTech Visionaries, is a ground-breaking guide to the disruptions, innovations and opportunities that technology affords the insurance sector. Presenting the insights, current thinking and actionable strategies from 75 international topic-expert contributors, it explains why traditional ways of doing business will soon become irrelevant and offers a guide to thriving in the digital revolution.
Providing readers with the information needed to holistically connect insurance and technology, The INSURTECH Book is an invaluable source of the most current information available for entrepreneurs, innovators, insurers, investors, incumbents, analysts and consultants working in or interested in investing in this space.
Sabine VanderLinden, CEO, Startupbootcamp InsurTech, says: “It is a great pleasure to be part of a project that is the first of its kind, offering diverse perspectives from across InsurTech. Working alongside my esteemed colleagues, I believe that due to our combined InsurTech experiences, we have created something that will stand the test of time and be a source of reference for future generations.”
Alongside The INSURTECH Book, Wiley in partnership with FINTECH Circle has also published The WEALTHTECH Book: The FinTech Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Finance Visionaries, that provides food for thought to FinTech newbies, pioneers and well-seasoned experts alike, showing them how to work within the FinTech disruption to capture a new, more lucrative market.
About the Book:
- The INSURTECH Book (ISBN: 9781119362210) is co-edited by Sabine L. B Vanderlinden, Nicole Anderson, Shân M. Millie and Susanne Chishti. Get your copy via Amazon.
About the Authors:
The INSURTECH Book
SABINE L. B. VANDERLINDEN is the CEO of Startupbootcamp InsurTech, Europe’s leading early-stage and independent accelerator for insurance technology startups, Rainmaking’s corporate innovation and growth venture focused at the insurance and InsurTech spaces. She is also the founder of the Proposition Circle, an innovation advisory platform she uses to coach young businesses and advise investors.
NICOLE ANDERSON is a multiple times CEO, a FinTech entrepreneur and advisor with a strong track record at board and general management level across international markets. Over the last 10 years she has worked across multiple segments within the Financial Technology markets, including payments, wholesale banking, transaction services, forex, wealth management, as well as traditional retail and supply chain management.
SHÂN M. MILLIE is a hands-on corporate innovation specialist, specialising in business growth strategy; service/product design; and authentic, expert and intelligent strategic communications as a critical Innovation enabler. Millie is a highly-respected, extensively networked connector and commentator on and for UK General Insurance, notably on the potential of emerging technologies in self-disruption for growth.
SUSANNE CHISHTI is the CEO of FINTECH Circle, the FINTECH Circle Institute and co-Founder of The FINTECH Book Series. She is recognized in the European Digital Financial Services ‘Power 50’ 2015, an independent ranking of the most influential people in digital financial services in Europe and has been selected as “City Innovator – Inspirational Woman” in 2016. She has also been a fintech TV Commentator on CNBC. She worked for 15 years in senior positions at Deutsche Bank, Lloyds, Morgan Stanley and Accenture.