P2Vest revolutionizes insurance buying with ‘InsuranceParasol’ app, a game-changer.

February 24, 2024
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  • P2Vest launches groundbreaking insurance aggregator platform, InsuranceParasol
  • Users can easily compare and purchase insurance products through a mobile app

In February 2024, P2Vest introduced the InsuranceParasol app, revolutionizing the insurance industry by providing a convenient platform for users to access and manage various insurance products. The app allows users to compare rates and details of different insurance categories, making informed decisions about their policies. P2Vest’s CEO, Austine Abolusoro, expressed excitement about the app, highlighting its unique capabilities in connecting users with top insurance providers.

Through partnerships with fifteen prominent insurance companies, P2Vest ensures a wide range of insurance options available on the app. With an extensive user base, the InsuranceParasol app streamlines the process of acquiring insurance, premium administration, and claims processing. COO Samuel Abolusoro emphasized the app’s significance in catering to the evolving needs of today’s consumers and businesses.

Since its establishment in 2020, P2Vest has been a leader in financial innovation, offering peer-to-peer finance platforms to bridge the gap between lenders and borrowers. The launch of the InsuranceParasol app signifies P2Vest’s commitment to innovation and user-centric financial services, setting a new standard for insurance purchases in the industry.


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