Tagged in MAIF
PSA Group Acquires TravelCar From MAIF
French insurer MAIF has sold its stake in TravelCar to PSA Group, which until now has been a co-shareholder for 22%. Let’s back up. In 2017, MAIF and PSA Group co-led TravelCar’s €15m Series B round….
MAIF Launches On-Demand Insurance for Boaters
With 1 million registered boats in France and 9 million sailors, who on average sail between 5 to 15 days a year, French mutual insurer MAIF, is introducing on-demand boat…
MAIF Is Insuring Return Journeys
According to TechCrunch, MAIF has partnered with and invested in Paris-based carpooling service Klaxit to offer insurance in the case a driver cancels one’s ride home. The insurance is offered in…
Insurance That Moves You
MAIF has recently launched Place du déménagement, a web platform for individuals who are in the process of moving. The web platform – available to all – offers…
Sharing Is Caring Is Covering
AXA Korea has partnered with car-sharing company to develop (1) auto and driver insurance for car sharing, (2) car sharing insurance for corporate customers and (3) car-sharing insurance for consignment services….
Sometimes Price Just Ain’t Enough
ALTIMA, the wholly-owned subsidiary of MAIF is introducing pay-per-minute car insurance. The new policy is geared towards infrequent drivers, allowing for up to 20% savings on the annual premium….
MAIF Introduces Connected Home Service
French mutual insurer MAIF has recently introduced a connected home service called Maison Connée MAIF that is both “easy to deploy and inexpensive.” Also, it is free and accessible to…
MAIF Launches Collaborative Insurance Scheme
Altima Assurances, the wholly-owned subsidiary of French insurer MAIF, is the latest to give P2P strategy a try. The digital insurer announced the launch of a new collaborative insurance scheme for electric car…
Targeting a borderless and more collaborative society
French P2P car sharing startup TravelerCar has raised ~$5.6 million in Series A funding; targeting a fivefold increase in user base by end of year. Bottom Line: backed by French insurance company MAIF.