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Singaporean life insurance startup raises funding from HK, UK investors

Singapore Life, a startup that aims to offer universal life and other insurance products, has raised US$50 million in capital and applied to the Monetary Authority of Singapore for a direct life insurance license. The firm’s investors include Hong Kong-listed Credit China FinTech (CCF) – via its subsidiary Impact Capital – and UK-based private equity firm IPGL. Singapore Life identified…

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