The financial services industry is known for century-old institutions with rules and policies that are often outdated, yet preserved by regulations. Whether we are talking about banking, insurance or investment services, transformation is often slow and outside competition is met with significant resistance.
This is why it is so exciting to do a profile on a disruptor organization that finds success despite these hurdles. Lemonade is such a company, forming an insurance company that aligns the interests of the carrier with those of the customer, in a way that is economically viable. They have found success using cutting edge technology, a completely different business model and a passion for doing good.
We caught up with Lemonade’s CEO and cofounder Daniel Schreiber for an exclusive interview to find out how artificial intelligence, behavioral economics and a focus on transparency and purpose have been used to disrupt the centuries-old insurance industry.