Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-02-13

February 13, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

JAVLN boosts leadership with key CFO & CTO appointments

JAVLN, a leader in insurance technology, welcomes Rosalie Lau as the CFO and Peter Waring as the CTO to its executive team, fortifying its influence in the Australian market.

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Hong Kong Startup Raises $6.85 Million Series A For Blockchain-Powered Insurance Claims

With over 1 million policyholders and 16 insurance companies assisted, MediConCen says it plans to expand into the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

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Amazon, Google, Tesla … is there a tech giant insurance cannot repel?

Content Director’s View: Following the quick and relatively painless death of the Amazon Insurance Store, Jonathan Swift reflects on why UK policyholders are

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Construction Insurtech Shepherd in California Raises $13.5M in Series A Funding

San Francisco, California-based insurtech Shepherd announced it raised a $13.5 million Series A funding round led by Costanoa Ventures with participation

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Boost adds over $130m of new reinsurance capacity to accelerate its MGA platform growth

Boost Insurance, a prominent insurance infrastructure platform, has recently made headlines by securing over $130 million in new reinsurance capacity.

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Let’s see what’s in the news today. Berlin-based InsurTech Embea secures €4m for embedded life insurance Berlin-based Embea has successfully concluded its seed funding round, securing a remarkable €4m. Read the original