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Carbon credit InsurTech Kita bags £4m
Kita, a London-based carbon credit insurance specialist, has raised £4m in funding to leverage InsurTech solutions to support carbon removal projects.
Bondaval secures $15m for the future of B2B credit
Bondaval, a London-based B2B receivables and mini bonds FinTech, has raised $15m in Series A funding, led by Talis Capital.
ChAI closes seed to boost its commodities price risk insurance
Commodities AI (ChAI), which is insuring commodities price risk, has closed its seed round as it expands into new markets.
InsurTech Gateway sets out to close InsurTech funding gap with Seed...
Insurtech Gateway, a champion of early-stage InsurTech startups, has completed the first close of its Seed Fund II which will support 20 teams over the next four years from pre-seed to Series A.
World’s first carbon insurer Kita scores seed funding
Kita, the world’s first carbon insurer, has closed a “heavily” oversubscribed pre-seed round on £350,000, which was led by seasoned investor Insurtech Gateway.
Money reclaiming app Gretel closes $1m pre-seed
UK-based Gretel, which helps financial organisations reconnect customers with lost insurance products, bank accounts, pensions, savings and investments, has closed its pre-seed on $1m.
Loadsure secures funding to insurance the freight industry
InsurTech MGA Loadsure has raised $11m in Series A funding led by MMC Ventures for its freight insurance technology.
FloodFlash closes Series A to bolster flood insurance
FloodFlash, the parametric insurance technology company that pays catastrophic flood claims within 48 hours, has raised $15m in Series A funding.
Climate InsurTech gets backing to transform agriculture insurance
Luxembourg-based climate InsurTech IBISA has raised €1.5m in a seed round led by InsurTech Gateway. Other strategic co-investors also participated in the round, including Rockstart’s...
Coincover said to raise $9.2m in its Series A round
Coincover, which provides insurance for cryptocurrency, has reportedly raised $9.2m in its Series A round.