Zego co-founder Harry Franks departs insurtech

Harry Franks

Zego co-founder and former CEO Harry Franks has stepped away from the insurtech, Insurance Post can reveal.

According to Companies House documents, Extracover Holdings Ltd (of which Zego is the trading name) submitted a cessation of Harry Franks, pictured, as a person with significant control.

On his

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