China’s Fosun Leads $16.4M Round In British Telematics Company Floow

Fosun Group, a Chinese conglomerate with insurance as one of its core businesses, has led a ‎£13 million (US$16.4 million) equity investment in British telematics technology provider Floow, a company that helps auto insurers improve coverage efficiency, according to a company announcement.

Beijing-based information technology services provider United Electronics Co., Ltd. and British insurance company Direct Line Group also participated in the round.

Established in 2012, Sheffield-based Floow monitors and quantifies risky driving behavior based on the data collected from its telematics system equipped in the vehicles for insurance companies to improve auto insurance coverage and efficiency.

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