Consumer Intelligence, a leader in insurance insights, proudly announces the launch of its latest product, Trading View, designed to empower decision-makers in the insurance industry with precise, actionable insights for strategic trading.

In today’s fast-paced market, where timely and informed decisions are crucial, Trading View offers a unique competitive edge. This innovative weekly benchmarking tool simplifies complex market data into clear, actionable insights, enabling insurers to adjust pricing and positioning proactively.

Tailored specifically for the home and motor insurance markets, Trading View provides a balanced mix of in-depth and broad market analysis to support confident weekly trading decisions. Each report is a strategic tool that highlights critical risks and opportunities.

"Trading View is more than just a report; it's a weekly market compass for the insurance industry," said Ian Hughes, CEO at Consumer Intelligence. "We designed Trading View to help our clients navigate through market complexities with ease, making strategic adjustments that are both timely and informed.

“It transforms complex market and competitor data into actionable insights, enhancing decision-making processes for insurance professionals. The service streamlines strategic planning with precise, customised recommendations and interactive Power BI dashboards, making it ideal for busy decision-makers who need to stay informed without getting overwhelmed.”

 

To find out more information on Trading View, visit https://www.consumerintelligence.com/trading-view 


About Consumer Intelligence

Consumer Intelligence (CI) is a research agency specialising in the General Insurance and Banking Sectors. We have spent years perfecting the art of collecting data so that organisations can benchmark themselves. Since 2003, we have been collecting and analysing millions of prices across the telephone, direct insurer websites and aggregator channels.

For more information, visit the web site www.consumerintelligence.com


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