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Insurtech funding activity in the second quarter of the year continued strong momentum and larger sums, as winning players emerge. Here are the top rounds of the period. (Data is sourced from Crunchbase)


Series D, $55 million

News: Signed on with Ease, an HR and benefits platform, to distribute its connected-brush-based dental insurance.


Series A, $44 million

News: Working in Africa, Carepay announced a Kenyan expansion fueled by prize money from an entrepreneurship contest in June.


Series A, $22 million

News: Hired Cas Holloway, formerly of Bloomberg LP and a deputy mayor of New York, as Head of Public Enterprise. Unqork’s expansion into this eary is to help where private companies achieve efficient data exchange with public agencies, insurers and other stakeholders to do business.


Series A, £10 million pounds

News: Hired Dr. Rangan Chatterjee to be its “chief wellbeing officer” and integrate four-point plan for wellness into its app.

Flume Health

$4.5 million seed

News: A just-launched digital health TPA for small businesses.