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Insurtech - Issue #9

Hello and welcome to your weekly Insurance and Insurtech digest. This week we have 8 resources you sh
Issue #9  •  May 27  •  view online
The latest news and information about startups and innovations in the insurance industry, and related financial services that are emerging.
Hello and welcome to your weekly Insurance and Insurtech digest. This week we have 8 resources you shouldn’t miss.
Enjoy the reading!
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Insurtech Reports and Studies
Insurtech global outlook 2020
From a value chain model to a constant flow network. Probably, one of the changes that the insurance industry will experiment in the upcoming years is the fact that companies are transforming the way they interact with their customers.
Good articles to read
Telehealth's role in digital health: an opportunity for insurers

Parametric Insurance: 12 Firms to Know

How On-Demand Insurance Is Poised to Be the Next Big Thing

The Four Ages of Insurance Technology
Insurance technology has evolved over four ‘ages’ from the Record-Keeping Age from the 1980s through to the modern-day Platform Age. At a macro level you could argue that the insurance industry is making the transition from the Digital Age to the Platform Age. Although examples can still be found of companies that remain in earlier ages – for example, small owner-managed local brokers.
Investment and Startup Use Cases
Insurtech startup Urban Jungle raises £2.5m

Insurtech startup Riskcovry secured funding

By Miles raises £15 million
By Miles,  the car insurance startup offering pay-per-mile insurance underwritten by AXA, has raised £15 million in a Series B round led by CommerzVentures, the venture capital arm of Commerzbank Group.
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