Miller has announced that its Credit and Political Risks (CPRI) team is now using Dialogue to enhance its service offering to clients after first deal on the new platform.
Dialogue is an independent, global complex risks platform between insurance brokers and insurers, currently focused on credit and political risks insurance.
It streamlines the structuring, negotiation, placement and audit of complex commercial risks through a secure browser interface.
Accessible by brokers and insurers, Miller clients can now benefit from quicker insurance purchasing with top rated global capacity.
Miller has played a key role in the development of Dialogue, demonstrating its continued commitment to innovation and the adoption of technology to benefit clients and the wider market.
Dialogue is the result of close collaboration with both brokers and underwriters to ensure usability and buy-in from all parties along the placement chain.
Ben Gibbons, Head of CPRI (London), commented: “Adding Dialogue’s complex risk platform to Miller’s CPRI offering will enable our team to spend less time on administrative work and more time finding solutions for our clients. The team has now completed the first ever deal on the platform, demonstrating how quickly and effectively it can connect multiple parties to deliver risk transfer for our clients.
“The independent nature of Dialogue’s platform and Single Risk Credit Data Standard also allows new capital sources to easily connect to the system, further enhancing our ability to access greater capacity on our clients’ behalf. This is an exciting time in the digitalisation of credit insurance and I’m delighted that Miller is at the centre of progress in this area.”
Ben Heaney, Founder of Dialogue, said: “The complex insurance market has long deserved a platform that caters for individual insurance classes and their nuances – this has now been met with Dialogue’s complex risk platform. Miller’s CPRI team is well known for having a pioneering mindset, and it was great to work with them to get them onboarded to Dialogue.”