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Our insurance tech report features an exhaustive Q&A with Patrick Kershaw and John Massey, Managing Partners at Leo Tech, and Andrea Traversone, Partner at Amadeus Capital Partners, who share their perspectives on market trends, investment outlook, areas of disruption, and more.

Our insurance tech report features an exhaustive Q&A with Patrick Kershaw and John Massey, Managing Partners at Leo Tech, and Andrea Traversone, Partner at Amadeus Capital Partners, who share their perspectives on market trends, investment outlook, areas of disruption, and more.

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Tracxn Research — Insurance Tech Landscape, October 2016

  1. 1. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Tracxn World’s Largest Startup Research Platform 2
  2. 2. Insurance Tech – October 20163 Contents 3 Topic Page No. Scope of Report 04 Entrepreneur Activity 07 Investment Trend 10 Who is Investing 18 Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions 22 Sub Sector Analysis 25 Interesting Companies 44 Useful Links 55 Company List 57 Q&A with Industry Experts 198 Team 212
  3. 3. Insurance Tech – October 20164 Sector Overview Scope of report This report covers companies operating in Insurance Tech sector which includes internet first insurers, distribution platforms, P2P insurance platforms and companies that enable insurance players in terms of software solutions and data. It does not include traditional and offline insurance providers and multi-industry companies. The scope of this report includes equity as well as debt funding received by the companies. Business Model Description Insurers Internet first insurance companies (including companies acting as an MGA) which provides insurance online for Life, Health and P&C sectors Employer Insurance Companies offering employers/employees a smarter way to manage employee benefits and insurance Enablers Companies enabling insurance companies, brokers and other insurance players. They provide software solutions, data analytics etc. to insurance players Distribution Platforms Companies offering online/mobile based platform where consumer, businesses can compare insurance quotes/buy insurance policies. They act as an insurance broker. P2P Insurance Companies that provides a P2P insurance platform
  4. 4. Insurance Tech – October 20165 Experts Speak John Massey Managing Director, Consulting Leo Tech Patrick Kershaw Managing Director, Investments Leo Tech “John focuses on building long term and rewarding partnerships with an increasing network of leading corporates. John is an innovative thinker, demonstrated by a history of new service developments including technology platforms, social integration, revenue marketing, content creation and consulting. John launched the Sydney office of DWA, a tech-focused media agency, and as Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, he led its rapid growth opening in Singapore Beijing, Bangalore and Auckland” “Patrick oversees the Investment activities of Leo Tech, previously with the Digicel Group working across developing markets in the Pacific. Like several other Leo Tech directors, he is an active early stage investor with interests across Asia. As such, he is keenly involved in advising on strategy and growth for the company’s growing portfolio of businesses. Patrick previously co- founded One Fibre, establishing it as one of the largest corporate broadband providers in New Zealand. He holds a B.A in International Politics & Anthropology from Otago University, New Zealand”
  5. 5. Insurance Tech – October 20166 Experts Speak “Andrea joined Amadeus in 1998 and is a partner focusing on the mobile sector. Andrea serves on the boards of: Igenomix, the world’s leading in- vitro fertilization (IVF) genetic testing company; Travelstart, the leading online travel agency in Africa and the Middle East; and ip.access, a leading supplier of picocell and femtocell base stations for 2G and 3G coverage and capacity. He is also the Amadeus representative for Kreditech, an online credit scorer and lender focussing on emerging markets. Andrea’s successes include Octo Telematics, acquired in 2014 by Renova Group, representing one of the most significant exits worldwide in the IoT (Internet of Things) space; and Bellco, a leading innovator in haemo-dialysis and blood-filtration, acquired in 2016 by Medtronic. Andrea holds an MBA from Cambridge University and a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics.” Andrea Traversone Partner Amadeus Capital Partners
  6. 6. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 77
  7. 7. Insurance Tech – October 2016 44 69 102 113 135 235 84 0 50 100 150 200 250 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NumberofCompanies 8 YoY – Number of companies founded Bima Gusto Oscar Zhong An Insurance Clover Health Bright Health Blue Owl CoverHound Ins110 Namely Zenefits Datebao WuKongBao Next Insurance
  8. 8. Insurance Tech – October 20169 Large Upcoming Sectors No. of Companies Founded Average Age No. of Companies Funded Business Model Total Funding Example 26 Jun-2014 7 Distribution Platforms>On- Demand Insurance $51M Trov 2012, San Ramon 47 Apr-2014 10 P2P Insurance $49M Friendsurance, 2010, Berlin 17 Apr-2013 9 Internet-first Insurers > Personal > Life & Health $1.2B Oscar, 2012, NYC 40 May-2012 13 Distribution Platforms > Commercial $77M Embroker 2015, San Francisco 68 Aug-2011 37 Enablers > Data Providers $212M Zubie, 2012, Charleston
  9. 9. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 10
  10. 10. Insurance Tech – October 201611 YoY – Number of Rounds and Total Funding Note: The funding includes debt rounds also. $97M $105M $46M $97M $486M $308M $598M $2.9B $1298M 16 15 14 41 66 87 107 163 112 0 36 72 108 144 180 0 700 1400 2100 2800 3500 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NumberofRounds FundingAmount(inMillions) Funding Amount Number of Rounds
  11. 11. Insurance Tech – October 201612 YoY – Number of Rounds by Stage 17 41 47 50 80 5012 16 26 41 66 41 3 7 9 9 11 13 0 36 72 108 144 180 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NumberofRounds Seed Early Late
  12. 12. Insurance Tech – October 201613 YoY – Funding by Stage $5M $26M $73M $59M $78M $80M$47M $44M $99M $476M $1.0B $479M $22M $416M $127M $54M $1.8B $735M 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 TotalFundingAmount(inMillions) Seed Early Late
  13. 13. Insurance Tech – October 201614 Average Ticket Size – Early Stage $0.5M $0.9M $2.0M $2.2M $1.6M $1.6M$2.0M $4.4M $3.4M $11.2M $13.0M $16.0M $6.9M $6.4M $15.7M $27.6M $15.8M 0.0 6.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 30.0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 FundingAmount(inMillions) Seed Series A Series B
  14. 14. Insurance Tech – October 201615 Top investments in last one year Company Funding Amount Round Name Date Investors hioscar.com Oscar (New York City, 2012) $400M Series C Feb-2016 Fidelity Investments, Google Capital, General Catalyst Partners, Founders Fund, Lakestar, Khosla Ventures, Thrive Capital, Ping An Ventures cloverhealth.com Clover Health (San Francisco, 2014) $160M Series C May-2016 Greenoaks, First Round Capital, Sequoia Capital, AME Cloud Ventures, Spark Capital cloverhealth.com Clover Health (San Francisco, 2014) $100M Series A Sep-2015 First Round Capital, Athyrium Capital Management collectivehealth.com CollectiveHealth (San Mateo, 2013) $81M Series C Oct-2015 Google Ventures, NEA, Founders Fund, RRE Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Maverick Capital brighthealthplan.com Bright Health (Minneapolis, 2015) $80M Series A Apr-2016 Bessemer Venture Partners, NEA, Flare Capital Partners maestrohealth.com Maestro Health (Chicago, 2013) $53M Series A Feb-2016 Oak HC/FT gusto.com Gusto (San Francisco, 2011) $50M Series B Dec-2015 General Catalyst Partners, Google Capital, Obvious Ventures blueowl.xyz Blue Owl (San Francisco, 2016) $35M Series A Aug-2016
  15. 15. Insurance Tech – October 201616 Top investments in last one year Company Funding Amount Round Name Date Investors captricity.com Captricity (Oakland, 2011) $35M Series C Jan-2016 Social Capital, White Mountains, Accomplice cloverhealth.com Clover Health (San Francisco, 2014) $35M Series B Dec-2015 Sequoia Capital, First Round Capital, Athyrium Capital Management coverhound.com CoverHound (San Francisco, 2010) $33M Series C Sep-2015 ACE Group, RRE Ventures, Blumberg Capital, Core VC, Route 66 Ventures, American Family Ventures justworks.com Justworks (New York City, 2012) $33M Series C Mar-2016 Redpoint Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Thrive Capital, Index Ventures hioscar.com Oscar (New York City, 2012) $33M Series B Sep-2015 Google Capital huize.com Huize (Shenzhen, 2006) $31M Series B Mar-2016 CDF Capital insureon.com Insureon (Chicago, 1997) $31M Series A Oct-2015 Oak HC/FT, Accretive namely.com Namely (New York City, 2012) $30M Series C Feb-2016 Sequoia Capital, Matrix Partners, True Ventures, Greenspring Associates
  16. 16. Insurance Tech – October 201617 Funnel view of Sector 98 50 85 224 366 1089 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 M&A & IPO Late Series B Series A Funded Founded Number of Companies
  17. 17. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 1818
  18. 18. Insurance Tech – October 201619 Most Active Investors in Sector 13 13 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 8 0 3 6 8 11 14 500 Startups Startupbootcamp Ben Franklin Technology Partners Lerer Hippeau Ventures General Catalyst Partners Global Insurance Accelerator Bain Capital Ventures Sequoia Capital Techstars Bullpen Capital TotalNumberofRounds Mojio Insly Life.io Namely Oscar Drive Spotter SquareTrade Namely QuanTemplate Namely EMBROKER ULU Livegenic Oscar Zenefits ClinicNote Justworks Clover Health Dash CoverHound
  19. 19. Insurance Tech – October 201620 Where are Top Investors investing
  20. 20. Insurance Tech – October 201621 Top Investor by Stage of Entry
  21. 21. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 2222
  22. 22. Insurance Tech – October 201623 Top IPOs in last few years IPO Date Company Overview Ticker Mcap * Jun-2015 majesco.com Majesco (Mumbai, 1982) IT Software and Services provider for Insurance Industry MJCO $188.2M Dec-2014 connecture.com Connecture (Brookfield, 1997) Web based solutions for health insurers SSM Partners, TTV Capital, LiveOak Venture Partners, Atlanta Technology Angels, Firewall Builder, Chrysalis Ventures, Great Point Partners, New Era Capital Corporation, Hauser Private Equity CNXR $40.9M Sep-2013 benefitfocus.com Benefitfocus (Charleston, 2000) Benefits technology provider Goldman Sachs, Council Capital, i2E, Oak Investment Partners BNFT $1.1B Jan-2012 guidewire.com Guidewire Software (San Mateo, 2001) P&C insurance software solutions Battery Ventures, US Venture Partners, Bay Partners GWRE $4.3B Oct-2009 verisk.com Verisk Analytics (Jersey City, 1971) Data analytics and risk assessment firm VRSK $13.5B *As on 15-Sep-2016
  23. 23. Insurance Tech – October 201624 Major Acquisitions in last one year
  24. 24. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 2525
  25. 25. Insurance Tech – October 201626 Top Business Models by Funding $2.4B $1.4B $1.2B $857M $49M $3M 0 600 1200 1800 2400 3000 Internet-first Insurers Employer Insurance Enablers Distribution Platforms P2P Insurance Claims Management and Resolution TotalFundingAmount(inMillions) # Cos. 105 44 416 440 47 17 Avg. Age Feb-12 Apr-11 Jun-07 Jun-11 Apr-14 Jun-11 Zhong An Insurance Zenefits iPipeline Goji Friendsurance Claim Di Oscar Gusto GreenRoad Ins110 TongJuBao Dispute Bills
  26. 26. Insurance Tech – October 2016 October 2016Tracxn BlueBox : Insurance Tech 1050+ companies in the sector, 300+ funded in last 5 years, $4.1B invested in 2015/2016 27
  27. 27. Insurance Tech – October 201628 Insurance Tech – Value Chain
  28. 28. Insurance Tech – October 201629 Internet-first Insurers – Business Model Description
  29. 29. Insurance Tech – October 201630 Internet-first Insurers – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  30. 30. Insurance Tech – October 201631 Internet-first Insurers – Most Funded Companies
  31. 31. Insurance Tech – October 201632 Employer Insurance – Business Model Description
  32. 32. Insurance Tech – October 201633 Employer Insurance – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  33. 33. Insurance Tech – October 201634 Employer Insurance – Most Funded Companies
  34. 34. Insurance Tech – October 201635 Enablers – Business Model Description
  35. 35. Insurance Tech – October 201636 Enablers – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  36. 36. Insurance Tech – October 201637 Enablers – Most Funded Companies
  37. 37. Insurance Tech – October 201638 Distribution Platforms – Business Model Description
  38. 38. Insurance Tech – October 201639 Distribution Platforms – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  39. 39. Insurance Tech – October 201640 Distribution Platforms – Most Funded Companies
  40. 40. Insurance Tech – October 201641 P2P Insurance – Business Model Description
  41. 41. Insurance Tech – October 201642 P2P Insurance – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  42. 42. Insurance Tech – October 201643 P2P Insurance – Most Funded Companies
  43. 43. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 4444
  44. 44. Insurance Tech – October 201645 Interesting Seed Companies Company Overview Business Model Total Funding next-insurance.com Next Insurance (2016, Palo Alto) Portal for Small businesses to find Insurance products Ribbit Capital, TLV Partners Distribution Platforms > Commercial $13M slice.is Slice Labs (2015, New York City) Sharing economy Horizons Ventures, XL Innovate Distribution Platforms > On-Demand Insurance $3.9M allay.io Allay (2014, San Francisco) Employee benefits management platform for employers 500 Startups, AngelPad, Sandbox Industries, Silicon Badia, BCBSVP, Arnold Capital, Insure.VC Employer Insurance > Benefits and Insurance $3.5M getquilt.com Quilt (2016, New York City) New age insurance provider Founder Collective, Next View Ventures, Eniac Ventures, Titan Partners Internet-first Insurers > Personal > Renters Insurance $3.25M life.io Life.io (2012, Philadelphia) Reward based enterprise health solution Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Robin Hood Ventures, Tigerlabs, Delaware Crossing Investor Group, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Rittenhouse Ventures Enablers > Data Providers > Health $2.41M Curated list of companies by the sector analyst are defined as Interesting
  45. 45. Insurance Tech – October 201646 Interesting Seed Companies
  46. 46. Insurance Tech – October 201647 Interesting Series A Companies
  47. 47. Insurance Tech – October 201648 Interesting Series A Companies
  48. 48. Insurance Tech – October 201649 Interesting Series A Companies
  49. 49. Insurance Tech – October 201650 Interesting Series B Companies
  50. 50. Insurance Tech – October 201651 Interesting Late Stage Companies
  51. 51. Insurance Tech – October 201652 Interesting Late Stage Companies
  52. 52. Insurance Tech – October 201653 Interesting Late Stage Companies
  53. 53. Insurance Tech – October 201654 Top Funded Deadpooled Companies
  54. 54. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 5555
  55. 55. Insurance Tech – October 201656 Useful Links Slide Title Content Platform Link List of All Companies in readable format Companies Link Companies founded in 2015/16 Entrepreneur Activity Link Investments in last one year Investment Trend Link IPOs in last few years Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Link Acquisitions in last one year Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Link Internet-first Insurers – Most Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Employer Insurance – Most Funded companies Sub Sector Understand Link Enablers– Most Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Distribution Platforms – Most Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link P2P Insurance – Most Funded companies Sub Sector Understand Link Top Funded Deadpooled Companies Companies Link
  56. 56. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 5757
  57. 57. Insurance Tech – October 201658 Insurance Tech – Company List Internet-first Insurers Employer Insurance Enablers Distribution Platforms P2P Insurance Claims Management and Resolution Content 420+ FUNDED COMPANIES AND 650+ UNFUNDED COMPANIES COVERS THE FOLLOWING SECTORS
  58. 58. Insurance Tech – October 201659 Internet-first Insurers (1/14) Company Overview Business Model Total Funding instaCOVER (2005, Kirkland) insurance coverage for sales or lease transactions Keiretsu Forum Commercial $1.49M Cover Your Business (2016, Stamford) Commercial insurance provider Commercial Homesite Business Insurance (2013, Seattle) online small business insurance provider Commercial Arro Insure (2015, Dublin) Insurance provider for businesses Commercial insure4drones (2015, ) Drone insurance provider Commercial Digital Risks (2014, London) Insurance provider for digital businesses Commercial NAU Country Insurance Company (1981, Ramsey) Crop Insurance Provider Lightyear Capital Commercial Assured Risk Cover (2014, Pleasanton) Offering hurricane insurance coverage using technology and science Inventus Capital Partners, Indian Angel Network Commercial Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  59. 59. Insurance Tech – October 201660 Internet-first Insurers (2/14) Company Overview Business Model Total Funding ClimateSecure (2014, Paris) Provides weather-risk management solutions and insurance AXA Strategic Ventures Commercial Sky Mutual (2015, Philadelphia) Weather risk management Commercial Assureli (2014, Houston) Insuring the funding to startups Commercial Founder Shield (2012, New York City) Business insurance for startups Interplay Ventures Commercial InsuranceforStartups (2012, Chicago) Insurance solutions for startups Commercial Cloudsurance (2015, Anaheim) Provides Insurance For Cloud Consumers Commercial > Cloud Insurance Hacksurance (2015, Lincoln) Website Insurance provider against Cyber-attacks Commercial > Cyber Insurance Jumpstart Insurance Solutions (2015, Berkeley) Earthquake Insurance provider Commercial > Emergency Crisis Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  60. 60. Insurance Tech – October 201661 Internet-first Insurers (3/14) Company Overview Business Model Total Funding Cover My Trip (, ) Online Travel Insurance Personal Mobbisurance (2014, Johannesburg) Mobile-based crop insurance provider Personal > Crop Insurance Safe Deposit Box Insurance Coverage (2012, Elgin) Safe deposit box insurance provider Advantage Capital Personal > Deposit Insurance $1M Bima (2010, Stockholm) Provider of mobile-delivered insurance in emerging markets Kinnevik AB, Digicel Group, LeapFrog Investments, Millicom Personal > Life & Health $65.4M Jagadiri (2015, Jakarta) Online insurance provider Personal > Life & Health Oscar (2012, New York City) Internet-first health insurance provider Fidelity Investments, Khosla Ventures, Goldman Sachs, Founders Fund, General Catalyst Partners, Thrive Capital, Glynn Capital, Lakestar, Red Swan Ventures, Formation 8, Google Capital, Breyer Capital, Wellington Management, Darwin Ventures, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Ping An Ventures, BoxGroup, Nima Capital Personal > Life & Health > Health $727.5M Clover Health (2014, San Francisco) Healthcare insurance for senior citizens First Round Capital, Nexus Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, AME Cloud Ventures, Spark Capital, Athyrium Capital Management, Greenoaks Personal > Life & Health > Health $295M Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  61. 61. Insurance Tech – October 201662 Internet-first Insurers (4/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  62. 62. Insurance Tech – October 201663 Internet-first Insurers (5/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  63. 63. Insurance Tech – October 201664 Internet-first Insurers (6/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  64. 64. Insurance Tech – October 201665 Internet-first Insurers (7/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  65. 65. Insurance Tech – October 201666 Internet-first Insurers (8/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  66. 66. Insurance Tech – October 201667 Internet-first Insurers (9/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  67. 67. Insurance Tech – October 201668 Internet-first Insurers (10/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  68. 68. Insurance Tech – October 201669 Internet-first Insurers (11/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  69. 69. Insurance Tech – October 201670 Internet-first Insurers (12/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  70. 70. Insurance Tech – October 201671 Internet-first Insurers (13/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  71. 71. Insurance Tech – October 201672 Internet-first Insurers (14/14) Go to BM List >> Employer Insurance
  72. 72. Insurance Tech – October 201673 Employer Insurance (1/6) Internet-first Insurers << Go to BM List >> Enablers
  73. 73. Insurance Tech – October 201674 Employer Insurance (2/6) Internet-first Insurers << Go to BM List >> Enablers
  74. 74. Insurance Tech – October 201675 Employer Insurance (3/6) Internet-first Insurers << Go to BM List >> Enablers
  75. 75. Insurance Tech – October 201676 Employer Insurance (4/6) Internet-first Insurers << Go to BM List >> Enablers
  76. 76. Insurance Tech – October 201677 Employer Insurance (5/6) Internet-first Insurers << Go to BM List >> Enablers
  77. 77. Insurance Tech – October 201678 Employer Insurance (6/6) Internet-first Insurers << Go to BM List >> Enablers
  78. 78. Insurance Tech – October 201679 Enablers (1/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  79. 79. Insurance Tech – October 201680 Enablers (2/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  80. 80. Insurance Tech – October 201681 Enablers (3/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  81. 81. Insurance Tech – October 201682 Enablers (4/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  82. 82. Insurance Tech – October 201683 Enablers (5/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  83. 83. Insurance Tech – October 201684 Enablers (6/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  84. 84. Insurance Tech – October 201685 Enablers (7/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  85. 85. Insurance Tech – October 201686 Enablers (8/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  86. 86. Insurance Tech – October 201687 Enablers (9/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  87. 87. Insurance Tech – October 201688 Enablers (10/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  88. 88. Insurance Tech – October 201689 Enablers (11/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  89. 89. Insurance Tech – October 201690 Enablers (12/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  90. 90. Insurance Tech – October 201691 Enablers (13/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  91. 91. Insurance Tech – October 201692 Enablers (14/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  92. 92. Insurance Tech – October 201693 Enablers (15/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  93. 93. Insurance Tech – October 201694 Enablers (16/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  94. 94. Insurance Tech – October 201695 Enablers (17/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  95. 95. Insurance Tech – October 201696 Enablers (18/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  96. 96. Insurance Tech – October 201697 Enablers (19/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  97. 97. Insurance Tech – October 201698 Enablers (20/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  98. 98. Insurance Tech – October 201699 Enablers (21/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  99. 99. Insurance Tech – October 2016100 Enablers (22/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  100. 100. Insurance Tech – October 2016101 Enablers (23/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  101. 101. Insurance Tech – October 2016102 Enablers (24/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  102. 102. Insurance Tech – October 2016103 Enablers (25/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  103. 103. Insurance Tech – October 2016104 Enablers (26/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  104. 104. Insurance Tech – October 2016105 Enablers (27/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  105. 105. Insurance Tech – October 2016106 Enablers (28/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  106. 106. Insurance Tech – October 2016107 Enablers (29/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  107. 107. Insurance Tech – October 2016108 Enablers (30/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  108. 108. Insurance Tech – October 2016109 Enablers (31/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  109. 109. Insurance Tech – October 2016110 Enablers (32/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  110. 110. Insurance Tech – October 2016111 Enablers (33/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  111. 111. Insurance Tech – October 2016112 Enablers (34/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  112. 112. Insurance Tech – October 2016113 Enablers (35/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  113. 113. Insurance Tech – October 2016114 Enablers (36/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  114. 114. Insurance Tech – October 2016115 Enablers (37/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  115. 115. Insurance Tech – October 2016116 Enablers (38/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  116. 116. Insurance Tech – October 2016117 Enablers (39/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  117. 117. Insurance Tech – October 2016118 Enablers (40/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  118. 118. Insurance Tech – October 2016119 Enablers (41/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  119. 119. Insurance Tech – October 2016120 Enablers (42/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  120. 120. Insurance Tech – October 2016121 Enablers (43/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  121. 121. Insurance Tech – October 2016122 Enablers (44/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  122. 122. Insurance Tech – October 2016123 Enablers (45/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  123. 123. Insurance Tech – October 2016124 Enablers (46/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  124. 124. Insurance Tech – October 2016125 Enablers (47/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  125. 125. Insurance Tech – October 2016126 Enablers (48/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  126. 126. Insurance Tech – October 2016127 Enablers (49/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  127. 127. Insurance Tech – October 2016128 Enablers (50/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  128. 128. Insurance Tech – October 2016129 Enablers (51/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  129. 129. Insurance Tech – October 2016130 Enablers (52/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  130. 130. Insurance Tech – October 2016131 Enablers (53/53) Employer Insurance << Go to BM List >> Distribution Platforms
  131. 131. Insurance Tech – October 2016132 Distribution Platforms (1/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  132. 132. Insurance Tech – October 2016133 Distribution Platforms (2/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  133. 133. Insurance Tech – October 2016134 Distribution Platforms (3/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  134. 134. Insurance Tech – October 2016135 Distribution Platforms (4/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  135. 135. Insurance Tech – October 2016136 Distribution Platforms (5/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  136. 136. Insurance Tech – October 2016137 Distribution Platforms (6/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  137. 137. Insurance Tech – October 2016138 Distribution Platforms (7/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  138. 138. Insurance Tech – October 2016139 Distribution Platforms (8/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  139. 139. Insurance Tech – October 2016140 Distribution Platforms (9/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  140. 140. Insurance Tech – October 2016141 Distribution Platforms (10/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  141. 141. Insurance Tech – October 2016142 Distribution Platforms (11/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  142. 142. Insurance Tech – October 2016143 Distribution Platforms (12/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  143. 143. Insurance Tech – October 2016144 Distribution Platforms (13/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  144. 144. Insurance Tech – October 2016145 Distribution Platforms (14/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  145. 145. Insurance Tech – October 2016146 Distribution Platforms (15/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  146. 146. Insurance Tech – October 2016147 Distribution Platforms (16/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  147. 147. Insurance Tech – October 2016148 Distribution Platforms (17/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  148. 148. Insurance Tech – October 2016149 Distribution Platforms (18/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  149. 149. Insurance Tech – October 2016150 Distribution Platforms (19/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  150. 150. Insurance Tech – October 2016151 Distribution Platforms (20/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  151. 151. Insurance Tech – October 2016152 Distribution Platforms (21/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  152. 152. Insurance Tech – October 2016153 Distribution Platforms (22/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  153. 153. Insurance Tech – October 2016154 Distribution Platforms (23/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  154. 154. Insurance Tech – October 2016155 Distribution Platforms (24/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  155. 155. Insurance Tech – October 2016156 Distribution Platforms (25/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  156. 156. Insurance Tech – October 2016157 Distribution Platforms (26/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  157. 157. Insurance Tech – October 2016158 Distribution Platforms (27/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  158. 158. Insurance Tech – October 2016159 Distribution Platforms (28/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  159. 159. Insurance Tech – October 2016160 Distribution Platforms (29/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  160. 160. Insurance Tech – October 2016161 Distribution Platforms (30/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  161. 161. Insurance Tech – October 2016162 Distribution Platforms (31/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  162. 162. Insurance Tech – October 2016163 Distribution Platforms (32/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  163. 163. Insurance Tech – October 2016164 Distribution Platforms (33/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  164. 164. Insurance Tech – October 2016165 Distribution Platforms (34/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  165. 165. Insurance Tech – October 2016166 Distribution Platforms (35/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  166. 166. Insurance Tech – October 2016167 Distribution Platforms (36/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  167. 167. Insurance Tech – October 2016168 Distribution Platforms (37/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  168. 168. Insurance Tech – October 2016169 Distribution Platforms (38/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  169. 169. Insurance Tech – October 2016170 Distribution Platforms (39/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  170. 170. Insurance Tech – October 2016171 Distribution Platforms (40/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  171. 171. Insurance Tech – October 2016172 Distribution Platforms (41/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  172. 172. Insurance Tech – October 2016173 Distribution Platforms (42/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  173. 173. Insurance Tech – October 2016174 Distribution Platforms (43/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  174. 174. Insurance Tech – October 2016175 Distribution Platforms (44/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  175. 175. Insurance Tech – October 2016176 Distribution Platforms (45/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  176. 176. Insurance Tech – October 2016177 Distribution Platforms (46/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  177. 177. Insurance Tech – October 2016178 Distribution Platforms (47/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  178. 178. Insurance Tech – October 2016179 Distribution Platforms (48/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  179. 179. Insurance Tech – October 2016180 Distribution Platforms (49/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  180. 180. Insurance Tech – October 2016181 Distribution Platforms (50/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  181. 181. Insurance Tech – October 2016182 Distribution Platforms (51/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  182. 182. Insurance Tech – October 2016183 Distribution Platforms (52/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  183. 183. Insurance Tech – October 2016184 Distribution Platforms (53/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  184. 184. Insurance Tech – October 2016185 Distribution Platforms (54/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  185. 185. Insurance Tech – October 2016186 Distribution Platforms (55/55) Enablers << Go to BM List >> P2P Insurance
  186. 186. Insurance Tech – October 2016187 P2P Insurance (1/6) Distribution Platforms << Go to BM List >> Claims Management and Resolution
  187. 187. Insurance Tech – October 2016188 P2P Insurance (2/6) Distribution Platforms << Go to BM List >> Claims Management and Resolution
  188. 188. Insurance Tech – October 2016189 P2P Insurance (3/6) Distribution Platforms << Go to BM List >> Claims Management and Resolution
  189. 189. Insurance Tech – October 2016190 P2P Insurance (4/6) Distribution Platforms << Go to BM List >> Claims Management and Resolution
  190. 190. Insurance Tech – October 2016191 P2P Insurance (5/6) Distribution Platforms << Go to BM List >> Claims Management and Resolution
  191. 191. Insurance Tech – October 2016192 P2P Insurance (6/6) Distribution Platforms << Go to BM List >> Claims Management and Resolution
  192. 192. Insurance Tech – October 2016193 Claims Management and Resolution (1/3) P2P Insurance << Go to BM List >> Content
  193. 193. Insurance Tech – October 2016194 Claims Management and Resolution (2/3) P2P Insurance << Go to BM List >> Content
  194. 194. Insurance Tech – October 2016195 Claims Management and Resolution (3/3) P2P Insurance << Go to BM List >> Content
  195. 195. Insurance Tech – October 2016196 Content (1/2) Claims Management and Resolution << Go to BM List >>
  196. 196. Insurance Tech – October 2016197 Content (2/2) Claims Management and Resolution << Go to BM List >>
  197. 197. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 198198
  198. 198. Insurance Tech – October 2016199 Tracxn Presents an exhaustive Q&A on Insurance Tech Sector Andrea Traversone Partner Amadeus Capital Partners John Massey Managing Director, Consulting Leo Tech Patrick Kershaw Managing Director, Investments Leo Tech In collaboration with
  199. 199. Insurance Tech – October 2016200 Q+A : Leo Tech
  200. 200. Insurance Tech – October 2016201 Q+A : Leo Tech
  201. 201. Insurance Tech – October 2016202 Q+A : Leo Tech
  202. 202. Insurance Tech – October 2016203 Q+A : Leo Tech
  203. 203. Insurance Tech – October 2016204 Q+A : Leo Tech
  204. 204. Insurance Tech – October 2016205 Q+A : Leo Tech
  205. 205. Insurance Tech – October 2016206 Q+A : Leo Tech
  206. 206. Insurance Tech – October 2016207 Q+A : Amadeus Capital Partners
  207. 207. Insurance Tech – October 2016208 Q+A : Amadeus Capital Partners
  208. 208. Insurance Tech – October 2016209 Q+A : Amadeus Capital Partners
  209. 209. Insurance Tech – October 2016210 Q+A : Amadeus Capital Partners
  210. 210. Insurance Tech – October 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Q&A with Industry Experts Team 211211
  211. 211. Insurance Tech – October 2016212 Team 212 Tarun Bansal Lead Analyst – Fintech

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