FT Partners Quarterly InsurTech Insights and Annual Almanac
FT Partners is the only data source for comprehensive, global InsurTech deal activity covering M&A, Financing and IPO statistics and trends
FT Partners’ InsurTech Insights Reports are published on a quarterly basis, along with a comprehensive year-end Almanac. All information included in the reports is sourced from FT Partners’ Proprietary Transaction Database, which is compiled by the FT Partners Research Team through primary research and data analysis. The reports feature M&A, financing and IPO statistics and trends as well as breakdowns by vertical, geography, investor-type and much more.
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2022 InsurTech Almanac
- Exclusive interview with the CEO of Zywave
- 2022 and historical InsurTech financing and M&A volume and deal count statistics
- Largest InsurTech financings and M&A transactions in 2022
- Most active InsurTech investors
- Breakdowns by geography, product type and business model
- Corporate VC activity and strategic investor participation
- Other industry, capital raising and M&A trends in InsurTech
- Similar to overarching trends in FinTech broadly, InsurTech deal activity slowed in 2022 across both private company capital raising and M&A, as public market valuations fell, and macroeconomic factors took their toll.
- Despite noticeable declines in total dollar volume raised and the size of announced M&A valuations, the number of actual deals occurring in the space remained quite high implying a steady stream of early-stage investments and private company exits.
- Financing volume reached $8.5 billion in 2022 across 323 deals representing declines of 38% and 25% from 2021, respectively. Still, both of these levels are higher than all prior years.
- Overall, M&A activity in the InsurTech sector has been on the rise over the last several years. In 2022, there were clearly more smaller-sized private company deals getting done, potentially acquisitions of businesses that found the current environment for raising capital more challenging.
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