The new product dubbed CrowdProtector is designed for issuers and investors, and purportedly protects new online capital formation strategies like equity crowdfunding and STOs. The product also aims increase trust, confidence and safety to potential investors guaranteeing that the issuer is insured.
According to Ty Sagalow, CEO of Assurely (on the photo above), the parties have managed to increase underwriting.
Until recently, investing in private companies has been available to accredited investors – having a net worth of higher than $1 million, or earned income exceeding $200,000 – leaving a large amount of potential investors on the sidelines.
AXA XL is reportedly the second largest insurer in Europe, also providing risk management and reinsurance services to insurance companies globally. In 2018, the company’s net profit was reportedly 2.14 billion euro ($2.42 billion), having fallen by 66 percent from a year earlier. At the same time, the company’s earnings in 2018 rose by three percent, with dividends up by six percent to 1.34 euro ($1.52) per share.