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CLARK gives people peace of mind by enabling them to get properly insured. Our customer-facing application with features such as contract overview, contract ratings, an insurance library, life-situation-based recommendations, best tariff curation and easy access to experts offers them an easy and convenient insurance management.
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May 12, 2022
As can be seen from the documents, the deal consists of two steps, which are quite common. In order to finance the takeover, Clark once again collected money from its shareholders. The largest tranche came from the existing investor Tencent. The direct bank ING, which had once taken a stake in Clark in the course of cooperation, also participated in the financing round 0 At the end of last year, the Frankfurt-based fintech company Clark announced an acquisition: The company behind the insurance app announced it was acquiring Finanzen Group. With its Finanzen.de website, the Allianz subsidiary had specialized in the business of contacts from potential insurance customers – so-called leads. After the deal, Clark declared itself “a unicorn and one of the largest insurtech companies in the world,” and was valued by its backers at more than $1.04 billion (€1 billion). How did the company come to this valuation? Last year, the company remained ironclad in its silence on the subject. Even now, no details are leaking out; the company still doesn’t want to comment. However, the minutes of the shareholders’ meetings now allow some exciting conclusions to be drawn about the acquisition for the first time: As can be seen from the documents, the deal consists of two steps, which are quite common. In order to finance the takeover, Clark once again collected money from its shareholders. The largest tranche came from the existing investor Tencent. The direct bank ING, which had once taken a stake in Clark in the course of cooperation, also participated in the financing round – although the cooperation was terminated again. Other investors also participated. If you want to find more details about the fintech company Clark and its latest acquisition, and to read the most important financial news of the day, download for free our companion app Born2Invest. Another $104 million (€100 million) in cash In a second step, Clark took over the shares of “Mercato Leadmanagement Investments Holdings GmbH”, which is Finanzen.de. In return, Allianz received shares from Clark – and not by a small margin. After the deal, the company will own around 24 percent. On the other hand, the document states: “The company will make a payment to ASI (an Allianz company) in the amount of $1.04 billion (€1 billion), by which a part of the value of the contribution in kind exceeding the total amount of the new shares will be compensated.” Accordingly, an additional $104 million (€100 million) will flow in cash. It is thus certainly one of the largest fintech deals in Germany. Part of the money will certainly come from the financing round. “It is quite possible that Clark has taken in additional loans for the deal,” said an industry insider. The financing round involves Kreos, which also offers loan financing. This is quite common in such deals, he added. Nevertheless, the investors are likely to have put a large amount into the company. If the billion-euro valuation is correct – and there were doubts about that – Clark should have raised at least $78 million (€75 million). But it could also be more. In this scenario, the value of the acquisition would then be $354 million (€340 million) (=$250 million (€240 million) for the Clark shares + $104 million (€100 million) in cash). Clark would thus have managed to roughly triple its own company valuation in the course of a year. This still seems ambitious. __ DISCLAIMER: This article was written by a third party contributor and does not reflect the opinion of Born2Invest, its management, staff or its associates. Please review our disclaimer for more information. This article may include forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements generally are identified by the words “believe,” “project,” “estimate,” “become,” “plan,” “will,” and similar expressions. 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When was Clark founded?
Clark was founded in 2015.
Where is Clark's headquarters?
Clark's headquarters is located at Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 17-19, Frankfurt.
What is Clark's latest funding round?
Clark's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did Clark raise?
Clark raised a total of $127.62M.
Who are the investors of Clark?
Investors of Clark include Yabeo Capital, FinLeap, Portage Ventures, White Star Capital, Tencent Holdings and 14 more.
Who are Clark's competitors?
Competitors of Clark include wefox and 6 more.
What products does Clark offer?
Clark's products include Digital Insurance Manager.
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