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New York-based CoverWallet will likely seek another round of funding to support its growing business, despite having just secured a venture round of financing from Starr Companies, an insurance and in

Swiss Re pushes use of data for risk management

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A new Hong Kong insurtech, Seasonalife, has just introduced a tool to let independent brokers compare insurance products, which the founders see as the first step to a comprehensive business model aki

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Hong Kong-based fintech startup Galileo Platforms is in talks with an insurance company and with a distributor of insurance products to pilot the sales of life-insurance products over a blockchain, sa

AIA begins rollout of online self-service for customers

AIA is introducing a website for policyholders, branded MyPage, that is intended to drag a traditional, clunky platform into the 21st century and make it a means of enhancing revenues. Already, the
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CBA embarks on quest for quantum supremacy

Commonwealth Bank of Australia explains its work with hardware and software specialists in quantum computing.