Slice bags $36.1m in series A funding round

Start-up protecting investment

US-based insurtech Slice has raised an additional $20m in its series A round.

The extra investment injection means the on-demand firm has raised $36.1m in the round, which was led by Canadian insurance co-operative The Co-operators. Also participating were XL Innovate, Munich Re and HSB Ventures, Sompo, Grupo Sure investment arm Veronorte and Jetblue Technology Ventures.

Slice CEO Tim Attia said: “This exceptional bench of new and returning investors will be a tremendous asset as we continue scaling our business and experimenting with the unmatched potential of digital insurance.”

Slice uses cloud technology to provide on-demand insurance. Current products include homeshare and rideshare, while it is understood that it is working on a cyber offering.

It will use the raise to expand further on a global scale, having partnered with Legal and General in the UK.

Attia has previously indicated to Post that following UK expansion, the firm will look to further its reach in Europe.

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