MALVERN, PA — The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative™, the risk management and insurance industry’s largest enterprise-level blockchain consortium, announced that CSAA Insurance Group recently joined the consortium and plans to engage as a lead member within personal auto use cases in 2021. The AAA insurer will join the First Notice of Loss (FNOL) data sharing working group with a goal to engage in member-to-member testing of the FNOL data sharing application. The FNOL data sharing application aims to streamline the flow and verification of FNOL data amongst the RiskStream network of member companies after a personal auto accident.
“Blockchain and broader distributed ledger technology becomes exponentially more powerful as more organizations connect to it,” said Christopher McDaniel, President of the RiskStream Collaborative. “The onboarding of CSAA Insurance Group and their leadership within the FNOL working group brings us one step closer to the scale blockchain needs to transform the industry and greatly enhance customer experience within insurance.”
The RiskStream Collaborative seeks to leverage blockchain to lower industry transaction costs while increasing the speed, accuracy and security of data transfers among member companies, industry stakeholders, and third parties. The RiskStream Collaborative offers insurance solutions for personal lines, commercial lines, reinsurance and life & annuities sectors. Members (carriers, producers, or reinsurers) lead all areas of RiskStream’s governance and activity.
“We believe that blockchain can be a transformative technology when it comes to insurance industry use cases,” said Debbie Brackeen, executive vice president and chief strategy & innovation officer, CSAA Insurance Group. “Blockchain solutions will help us securely exchange data with other insurance carriers, as well as automate manual interactions between us while removing the need for intermediaries. Consortiums like RiskStream will help us work with our peers to build industry-standard blockchain solutions and foster their widespread adoption.”
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