We are happy to work with your organization on current data issues!
- Do you work with data and do you think that a collaboration with the Dutch Association of Insurers can provide even better information?
- Do you have a data issue and are insurers or knowledge about damage and risks an important source?
- Are you an insurer and do you want to benchmark data or are you walking around with a data issue?
- Or does your organization have data that can be of value to the insurance industry?
- Do you need a broad dataset for training AI models?
The Data Analytics Centre (DAC), formerly the Centre for Insurance Statistics (CVS),of the Dutch Association of Insurers has experienced data analysts with broad knowledge about the sector, research methods, analysis techniques and dashboarding. We conduct research for insurers and other stakeholders.
Data analytics for insurers
The Association receives figures from insurers about their insurances and submitted claims. The DAC(formerly CVS)makes reports and analyses of this. This allows insurers to improve their business operations. Some surveys are public and are therefore available to every visitor to this site. This applies, among other things, to the Efficiency Measures (in Dutch)
For insurers who have participated in specific statistics, detailed reports about their own organization can be found on CVSnet.
Other research for insurers
The DAC also conducts research that helps insurers or the association to make policy choices. Think of customer or consumer research, such as research into the clarity of information, but also research into risks and claims.
We also develop data use cases and carry out data projects in our data analytics centre. View our data projects.
Data analytics for every interested organization
We are increasingly combining our wealth of data from and about insurance with other data sources. With this we create new insights on socially relevant themes. These contribute to (preventive) solutions in the field of, for example, personal injury, mobility, climate, absenteeism and fraud. For this we are constantly interested in collaborations with other companies. Our starting point is that the insurance sector should benefit from the research.
Data Sharing Coalition
Since 2019, the Association has been part of the Data Sharing Coalition,an initiative of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate (EZK). It is an important first step for concrete agreements that will make it easier for these parties to share data between different sectors.
Data Competence Centre
How do we achieve a strong joint data position of the sector? In 2017, the Association and the foundations Central Information System (CIS), Efficient Processes Non-life insurers (EPS) Stichting SIVI (SIVI) and Proces Verbaal (PV) signed a cooperation agreement for this purpose. In a temporary programme called the Data Competence Centre (DCC), knowledge and experience have since been gained in small and large (joint) data projects.
We only work on non-competitive issues, creating added value for the entire insurance sector or specific parts thereof.
Big data & privacy
Do you want to know what the policy of the Association is in the field of data and personal data? Among other things, we use an ethical framework, which will be binding on our members from 2021. Read more about this in the policy dossier Big data & privacy.