Is Munich Re, once the ‘go-to’ for insurtechs, tired of start-ups?

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Chief operating officer Mark Dennis and CEO Andrew Rear

After Many Pets became the latest insurtech to list Munich Re as a former capacity provider this week. Jonathan Swift looks at what has become of the once omnipresent go-to partner for start-ups.

There once was a time, not too long ago, when Munich Re seemed to have ties with any insurtech worth its salt as either a partner or investor, and sometimes both.

Most notably through its Munich Re

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