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About UnderwriteMe

Underwriting me offers a distribution platform to intermediaries and insurers in the United Kingdom as well underwriting automation products to insurers around the world. The firm's main products include a Protection Platform and a Decision Platform. The Protection Platform provides insurance agents, financial advisers, mortgage brokers, and price comparison websites with a seamless buying experience for Protection (life insurance) products. The Decision Platform allows insurers to optimize their underwriting process and drive high levels of automation through intuitive rules-based design (Underwriting Engine), third-party data integration (Decision Studio), and natural language processing for unstructured health data (Text Mining). It is based in London, England.

Headquarters Location

Tower Bridge House St Katharines Way

London, England, E1W 1BA,

United Kingdom


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The decision management software market is a rapidly growing market that provides solutions for automating and optimizing decision-making processes. This software uses advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning algorithms to analyze data and provide insights that enable businesses to make informed decisions. The market offers various solutions such as business rules manageme…

UnderwriteMe named as Challenger among 5 other companies, including IBM, InRule, and Actico.

UnderwriteMe's Products & Differentiators

    Underwriting Engine

    A fast, simple and immensely powerful engine, putting your underwriters in control.


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Latest UnderwriteMe News

Ian McKenna: What trends are leading the battle of the tech?

Feb 9, 2024

Illustration by Dan Murrell January was a key month in the advice tech world, with two very significant conferences taking place: Empowering Advice Through Technology (EATT) here in the UK and Technology Tools for Today (T3) in the US. The former, now in its fifth year, was heavily focused on the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in advice and included several firms showing new AI propositions for the first time. A key part of EATT is the “battle of the tech” sessions, where 16 different software vendors present their propositions in eight minutes or less, with four achieving “best in show”. This year’s event had a diverse group of winners but, unsurprisingly, two were AI firms. showed its system designed to create suitability reports and annual reviews in a fraction of the time usually taken. Its claim is that a single paraplanner can do the work of 10 using its technology. Meanwhile, Plannerpal is an AI assistant being built by a group of chartered financial planners to produce summaries of meetings in minutes. Because of the background of the founders, particular care has been taken to identify industry language as part of the transcription process. Co-founder Mark Whitcroft describes the system as being designed to supercharge an adviser’s CRM. It also includes an MS Teams bot that can transcribe any calls together with semantic search, which allows advisers to search instantly across all prior recordings for any particular information needed. The system can also extract all relevant data from calls or meeting notes and populate them to the adviser’s fact find. The third best-in-show winner was something of a surprise at what is primarily a wealth-based technology conference. The award went to UnderwriteMe for its real-time protection underwriting capability. The system enables advisers to conduct a complete new business process for around 95% of cases in minutes, rather than have to wait weeks or even months for underwriting to take place. It was demoed side-by-side with a session from Protection Guru Pro, which has recently completed what UnderwriteMe describes as the most comprehensive integration between its quotes and new business service, and a protection research tool. Given the protection industry is so keen to persuade wealth advisers to engage with it, it’s regrettable that three main insurers – Aviva, Legal and General and Zurich – are not currently on the service. The final winner was a tech provider that has been out of the mainstream advice market for several years, Focus Solutions. While the company has a number of enterprise clients, such as HSBC, Santander and NFU Mutual, it has been focused on deals that have brought assets to its parent company Abrdn for the last few years. Focus won with a demonstration of its new advice automation platform. The demo included a warning to paraplanners that this service might limit their future employment prospects. While the UK show was very AI focused, at the 20th anniversary of the T3 Conference in Las Vegas, the centre of attention was more on end-to-end technology and cyber security. My favourite session, for the second year running, came from Brian Edelman of FCI Cyber, who reinforced the need for constant vigilance in this area. While the message to American advisers was that they need to do more, it’s clear our cousins across the pond are more advanced in this area, primarily because of regulations introduced in the last year or so by the Securities and Exchange Commission. I will be sharing a lot more on how advisers can improve their cyber security in the coming months. For 2025, I plan to organise a UK delegation to the T3 event in America. If you are interested in joining the group please message me via LinkedIn . Ian McKenna is founder of FTRC

UnderwriteMe Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is UnderwriteMe's headquarters?

    UnderwriteMe's headquarters is located at Tower Bridge House, London.

  • Who are UnderwriteMe's competitors?

    Competitors of UnderwriteMe include Tigerlab and 7 more.

  • What products does UnderwriteMe offer?

    UnderwriteMe's products include Underwriting Engine and 2 more.


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