InsurTech investments across the world soar to record-breaking $10bn

Mark Battersby
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Capital invested in insurance technology start-ups surpassed the $10bn mark for the first time in any one year on record, according to the new Quarterly InsurTech Briefing from Willis Towers Watson. The record-breaking $10.5bn was raised during the first three quarters of the year. Still with three months left to go, 2021 is now only $12m short of the entirety of what was invested into InsurTechs globally in 2018 and 2019 combined. The total deal count was 421 which is also an annual record. The latest quarter saw 113 deals yield more than $3.1bn in investment, a 23% increase ...

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