Nigel Walsh is joined by a great panel of guests to discuss the most recent and exciting news in the world of Insurtech.
Joining us today are:
- Ruth Foxe Blader, Partner at Anthemis
- Reny Vargis-Cheriyan, Insurance lead for Risk Analytics TrueVoice Product lead, Deloitte
We cover the following stories:
- Chubb and Chile Insurtech Betterfly Form Partnership for LatAm Offering 3:35
- Climate Insurtech Demex raises $9m 14:47
- Lyanne, the French startup making insurance companies pay up, raises €1.2m seed round 27:44
- Some private health patients in Australia are paying $800 more for same procedure 39:14
- Iceland offers customers turkey insurance amid Christmas shortages 52:14
All that and much more on this week's episode of Insurtech Insider!
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This episode of Insurtech Insider was produced by Irina Andronic and edited by Alex Woodhouse.
- Chubb and Chile Insurtech Betterfly Form Partnership for LatAm Offering
- Climate Insurtech Demex raises $9m
- Lyanne, the French startup making insurance companies pay up, raises €1.2m seed round
- Some private health patients in Australia are paying $800 more for same procedure
- Iceland offers customers turkey insurance amid Christmas shortages