Eric Weisburg

Eric Weisburg

Senior Principal

Areas of Expertise: Data and Analytics, Insurance Technology, Life/Annuities/Benefits, Operations and Finance, Property/Casualty

Eric Weisburg is a Senior Principal at Aite-Novarica Group. His expertise lies in insurance technology, operations, and finance. Eric has over 20 years of insurance industry, consulting, and software experience. Prior to Aite-Novarica, Eric served as Managing Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Tower Group Companies and VP at AIG, where he led the global internal consulting function; created the Insurance Strategy practice at Navigant Consulting; and led the insurance vertical for IBM big data and analytics. Most recently, he has focused on helping clients understand and implement cognitive analytics and information solutions. Eric holds an MBA in Finance from New York University and a B.A. from Binghamton University.


Tuesday, February 1, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. ET
Clients, please be sure to login to view the full on-demand recording of the webinar. If you’re not a client and you’re interested in viewing the on-demand recording of the webinar, please click here. [Recording Available] Join the Aite-Novarica Group P/C Insurance Practice...
Thursday, August 19, 2021 | 1:00 pm E.T.
Presenters: Mitch Wein, Head of Financial Services Executive Partner Service, Aite-Novarica; Eric Weisburg, VP of Research and Consulting, Aite-Novarica; Steve Lord, CIO, Global Specialty, The Hartford; Hemal Pael, SVP/CIO, Aspen Insurance Holdings; Vineet Bansal, CIO, Intact Insurance...


June 2, 2022
In the never-ending game of bigger fish eating smaller ones, Broadcom recently announced its intention to acquire VMware for US$61 billion in one of the largest tech deals of all time. You may be familiar with Broadcom as a chip manufacturer, but the company is tripling down on its commitment to the software business. This shift in focus began in a major way with its 2018 acquisition of CA...
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September 8, 2021
Every insurer today is conscious of potential security exposures. Third parties are a significant source of exposure as infamously demonstrated by Target’s 2013 data breach, which cost the retailer $292M in cumulative expenses. Corporate governance and regulators demand that this issue be a priority that is taken seriously.   This is manifest in the ever...
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