Dave Hollander is EY’s global insurance advisory leader and Americas co-sector lead for insurance.
He has more than 30 years of experience working in and advising the insurance industry, with broad business and IT strategy as well as hands-on leadership and implementation of major operational change programs.
Hollander holds a degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, has written numerous articles for trade publications and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.
No or slow growth in revenues. Intense profit pressures. Constant flux from technology advancements and rising customer expectations. That’s what insurers have experienced in the recent past. Without bold action now, they risk seeing more of the same in 2019 and beyond. Yet a lot is possible for insurance — better ways of working, a […]
Although driverless cars will become mainstream in more than a decade, there are certain considerations that insurance executives should start thinking about now. We will continue to explore this evolving topic and suggest ways insurers can position themselves to take advantage of the enormous disruption that autonomous technology will cause to the business of risk. […]
The coming year promises to be a year of continued disruption on several fronts for the insurance industry, including consumer demands, digital technology, cybersecurity and the shifting political landscape. The slow growth of the U.S. economy, coupled with market shifts, will also be prominent factors in 2017. Insurers are looking at machine learning to make […]