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Here are some leading insurers that are making big investments in supporting emerging technology companies.
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USAA
USAA Corporate Development has identified and closed more than 15 venture investments, the company says, including TrueCar, Snapsheet, and Saffron.
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American Family Insurance
American Family Ventures has made investments in 15 companies, including CoverHound and Networked Insights.
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Hartford Steam Boiler
The Munich Re division made its first investment with its new venture capital arm earlier this year: Waygum, an Internet of Things company.
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Generali
The Italian insurer, Europe's third-largest, is planning investments in six technology companies, according to the Financial Times.
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Transamerica
Transamerica Ventures is "investing in enterprise-focused companies to help lead the digital transformation of Aegon and Transamerica," the company says. It has invested in seven companies including OxData, CipherCloud, and PolicyGenius
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MassMutual
MassMutual Ventures' "key areas of investment focus include FinTech, data analytics, cybersecurity, digital health, and enterprise software," according to the company.
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AXA
AXA Strategic Ventures has set aside €200 million to support startups, making initial investments in five European companies.
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XL Group
XL Innovate was launched earlier this year to "create partnerships outside of the traditional underwriting space to find ways to underwrite currently uninsured risks."