Nuula | August 08, 2022
Nuula, a fintech company focused on providing small businesses the tools and the capital they need to succeed, today announced a new Term Life Insurance feature that provides small business owners and entrepreneurs with coverage options from a network of top carriers, powered by Even Financial ("Even"), a leading embedded finance marketplace platform, and independent subsidiary of MoneyLion Inc. Through the Nuula app, users will now be able to shop, compare and buy Term Life Insurance, with policies up to $5MM in coverage and terms of 10-40 years.
The policies in Nuula's new Term Life Insurance feature are generated and serviced by LeapLife, an insurtech platform and licensed life insurance agency, that is owned and operated by Even.
"While small business owners and entrepreneurs are investing in their business, they also need to more easily invest in themselves and in the security of their loved ones, Adding Term Life Insurance further expands the range of services we are delivering to meet the diverse needs of today's small business owner."
-Mark Ruddock, CEO at Nuula
Policyholders want a simpler way to shop around, compare policies and prices, and find a policy that is right for them, By partnering with Even, Nuula's small businesses are provided with a curated network of carriers rated A- and above by AM Best, world-class customer support and a search feature that matches people with the right policies and lowest available prices when and where they need it,said Andrew Naoum, SVP of Sales at Even.
Today's news follows the launch of a new personal loan search feature aimed towards early-stage small businesses, powered by Even.
Nuula is building the future of small business performance. Launched in 2021, Nuula is a financial services and technology company focused on serving the small to medium-sized business community. Nuula provides real-time data and analytics, allowing businesses to manage their finances, monitor their credit ratings and user reviews, and more. Nuula is an advocate of financial inclusivity and a proud partner to Kiva to create economic and social good.
About Even Financial and LeapLife
Even is the industry-leading embedded financial marketplace and independent subsidiary of MoneyLion Inc. ("MoneyLion") (NYSE: ML). MoneyLion is the go-to destination for personalized financial management, content, offerings and advice. As part of MoneyLion's enterprise offering, Even digitally connects and matches consumers with real-time, personalized financial product recommendations from banks, insurance carriers, and fintech companies on mobile apps, websites, and other digital touchpoints through its marketplace technology. Even's infrastructure leverages machine learning and advanced data science to solve a significant pain point in financial services customer acquisition, seamlessly bridging financial services providers (such as SoFi) and channel partners (such as TransUnion) via its industry-leading API and embedded finance marketplaces. Even enables any company to add financial products to its business, with full compliance and security at scale. Even was named one of "America's Best Startup Employers'' by Forbes for 2022 and was named to the 2021 Deloitte Technology Fast 500, which recognizes the fastest growing tech companies in the world.
LeapLife is a licensed life insurance agency that utilizes data science, deep underwriting knowledge, and proprietary technology, enabling consumers to apply for instant-decision life insurance policies with real-time quotes, available in all 50 states. LeapLife was acquired by Even Financial (Even) in early 2020.
Liberty Mutual Insurance | August 03, 2022
Liberty Mutual Insurance today announced its membership to the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium (MCSC), supporting the acceleration and implementation of large-scale, real-world solutions to address climate change. Liberty Mutual joins 17 other member companies in the Consortium's efforts to inspire transformative climate progress across industries and the globe.
We believe collaboration is a critical component to combatting climate change, As an insurer we continually see and learn more about climate change, and we're eager to bring this knowledge to MCSC and help advance the Consortium's important, urgent work, said Liberty Mutual Chief Sustainability Officer Francis Hyatt, who will serve on MCSC's industry advisory board.
Liberty Mutual will participate in several workstreams that support MCSC's key objectives:
To accelerate the introduction of large-scale, feasible solutions to address the threat of climate change.
To advance proposals regarding sustainability opportunities, training for innovators, regulatory policies, and the development of business models across sectors.
To catalyze links between academic innovations and commercial scalability.
To materialize sustainable practices that are action-oriented and incorporate social justice, economic equity, and respect for the environment.
"We are excited to welcome Liberty Mutual to the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium and look forward to the perspective and expertise they bring from the insurance and risk management industry, Liberty Mutual will contribute to the dialogue and solutioning currently underway within the Consortium."
-Jeremy Gregory, PhD, Executive Director of the MCSC
As two renowned organizations in Massachusetts, Consortium membership is just the latest step in Liberty Mutual's long-standing relationship with MIT. In 2019, Liberty Mutual launched an artificial intelligence research collaboration with MIT Quest for Intelligence, is a member of the MIT Industrial Liaison Program, and is one of the founding members of the MIT Mobility Initiative.
About Liberty Mutual Insurance
At Liberty Mutual, we believe progress happens when people feel secure. By providing protection for the unexpected and delivering it with care, we help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.
In business since 1912, and headquartered in Boston, today we are the sixth largest global property and casualty insurer based on 2021 gross written premium. We also rank 78th on the Fortune 100 list of largest corporations in the U.S. based on 2021 revenue. As of December 31, 2021, we had $48.2 billion in annual consolidated revenue.
We employ over 47,000 people in 29 countries and economies around the world. We offer a wide range of insurance products and services, including personal automobile, homeowners, specialty lines, reinsurance, commercial multiple-peril, workers compensation, commercial automobile, general liability, surety, and commercial property.
Greater Than | July 12, 2022
Greater Than the global provider of DriverDNA for real-time insurance and predictive risk insights, is listed in AIFinTech100, in recognition of its next-generation pattern AI technology providing real-time predictions of car crashes and CO2 emissions.
The AIFinTech100 list, published today, highlights the world's most innovative solution providers developing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies to solve challenges or improve efficiency in financial services. These are the companies every financial institution needs to know about as they consider and develop their digital transformation strategies and new customer propositions.
"We're extremely proud that our unique patented AI technology has been recognized in the prestigious AIFinTech100 list. Thanks to the dedication and perseverance of our team, our AI can find micropatterns in people's behavior, enabling us to create a DriverDNA for every trip, with a crash probability, cost and CO2 impact attached to it. This is transforming the risk forecasting landscape for insurance, mobility providers and fleets, and incentivizing safer, cleaner driving behaviors for the benefit of the wider community,"
Sten Forseke, Founder of Greater Than
The adoption of AI and data analytics solutions by financial institutions has exploded over the last two years accelerated by technological advancements, increased use of digital channels, and shifting regulatory frameworks. Additionally, the potential cost savings for banks from AI applications is estimated to reach $447bn over the next 12 months.
As a result, the number of tech providers employing AI or data solutions to solve challenges in areas such as banking, insurance, customer experience, investment & trading and compliance has skyrocketed. This made the selection process for this year's AIFinTech100 list extremely competitive as the finalists were selected by a panel of industry experts and analysts based on research produced by FinTech Global on over 2,000 FinTech companies.
"Now, more than ever, established financial institutions need to be aware of the latest AI and data analytics technology in the market to deliver competitive financial products and reach new customers. The AIFinTech100 list helps senior decision-makers in the industry filter through all the vendors in the market by identifying the market-leading AI innovators which will have lasting impact on the industry," - says Richard Sachar, Director of FinTech Global.