Sunday, January 20, 2019

Allianz, SixThirty partner to support FinTech and InsurTech startups

Allianz Life Ventures and SixThirty have formed a strategic partnership to support InsurTech and FinTech startups. Read more: member.fintech.global

Lloyd’s of London searches for second accelerator cohort

Lloyd’s of London has begun the global search for the second cohort to its InsurTech accelerator programme. Read more: fintech.global

Addressing the talent gap: guidance for InsurTech startups and investors

The past several years have been filled with apocalyptic predictions of a looming talent shortage in the insurance industry Read more: coverager.com

Pineapple to take on US market with Hartford InsurTech Hub

Joburg based insurtech Pineapple has been accepted into the US based Hartford InsurTech Hub. Read More: insurtechnews.com

B.C. opposition bill looks to private insurers to fast-track ride-sharing

The Opposition BC Liberals would bring ride-sharing to the province within three months and allow for private insurance coverage in British Columbia. Read More: insurtechnews.com

Grange Insurance launches new cyber protection policy

Grange Insurance is releasing a new home cyber protection policy to help protect consumers from rising cyberattack threats. Read More: member.fintech.global

Certua launches enterprise insurance solution

Certua, which designs and develops financial technology solutions, has launched its Enterprise Insurance platform. Read More: member.fintech.global

US insurance startup Lemonade makes European push

Great digital brands transcend borders. Whether in Chicago, Paris, or Singapore, today’s consumers listen to music on Spotify, ride with Uber, and stay at Airbnb. Read More: www.finextra.com

Corvus rakes in $10m Series A, just months after former round

Online insurance platform Corvus has raised $10m in its Series A round of funding, coming just months after closing its previous investment.Read More: member.fintech.global

Brussels pitches for Brexit escapees

The Brussels Capital Region is launching a major initiative to attract UK-based insurance and financial services to base themselves in the Belgian city after Brexit. Read More: www.finextra.com