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Integrity Life raises $43 million

Integrity Life secured $43 million in their recent series B round of funding. There was a strong interest in the raise, that took place before and during COVID-19. Given the instability of the global economy, this significant investment is being viewed by the market as further endorsement of the importance of Integrity’s digital-led positioning. The majority of the capital has come from institutional funds managed by Schroder Investment Management (Switzerland) AG, a member of the Schroders group (“Schroders”), with support from existing institutional shareholders Leadenhall Capital Partners and Daido Life, and smaller parcels coming from Australian and International sophisticated investors. The money will be used to support the expansion of operations and continued development of their digital-led insurance offering.

To read the full media release by Integrity Life click here.

Written by Jordan Kerr of Integrity Life.

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