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Series A | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$4M | 7 yrs ago



About Stonestep

Stonestep is a company that focuses on building digital and mobile mass-market insurance businesses, operating within the insurance and technology sectors. The company offers simple, practical solutions that appeal to mass-market customers, including the quick scale-up of new businesses on client platforms and the use of proven technologies and methods to accelerate B2B partnerships. Stonestep primarily sells to sectors such as insurers, mobile operators, payment gateways, consumer lenders, and e-tailers. It is based in Zug, Switzerland.

Headquarters Location

Hofstrasse 1A

Zug, CH-6300,



Stonestep's Products & Differentiators

    Eiger Core

    Insurer grade full-stack software for embedded insurance at extremely high volumes. Micro-service architecture, easy-to-install and white-label microsites, and over 179 APIs make it a flexible and robust platform for mass-market channels


Expert Collections containing Stonestep

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Stonestep is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Insurtech.



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Companies and startups that use of technology to improve core and ancillary insurance operations. Companies in this collection are creating new product architectures, improving underwriting models, accelerating claims and creating a better customer experience



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Latest Stonestep News

Myanmar: Aktio Myanmar to invest $7; XL Catlin’s venture arm invests $4m in Stonestep for Asia expansion

Dec 28, 2016

Myanmar: Aktio Myanmar to invest $7; XL Catlin’s venture arm invests $4m in Stonestep for Asia expansion Subscribe to our newsletter Juliet Shwe Gaung December 28, 2016: &nbsp The latest in the deals space in Mynamar has seen Japan’s Aktio Corp commit to investing $7 million in Myanmar for rental and sales of construction equipment, while in the In the insurance field, XL Catlin, a global insurance company has made a $4 million injection in Stonestep, an insurtech startup that will make a first move in Myanmar. Aktio Myanmar to invest $7 m in machinery rental service and sales for construction Aktio Corp , Japan’s construction equipment rental company has committed to invest $7 million in Myanmar for rental of construction machinery. The investment has been approved by the government and will be operating with the name Aktio Myanmar Co Ltd , located in Thilawa Special Economic Zone . Aktio Corp’s focus is in the rental business and sales of the construction equipment. Excavators, fork-lifts, generators, concrete equipment, communication system and pumps are among the construction machinery which Aktio manages for rental and sales. XL Catlin’s venture arm invests $4m in insurtech startup Stonestep XL Innovate , a venture fund of XL Catlin , a global insurance company has made a $4 million series A investment in a Swiss-based  Stonestep , a property and insurtech startup, for its Asia expansion. Focusing on the emerging market, Stonestep’s first port of call in Asia will be Myanmar, where it plans to offer its technology to the insurance industry for better efficiency, according to the Insurance Journal dated December 19. “For most people around the world, life is extremely risky: if people lose their home, they’re not checking into a hotel. If they have an accident, there’s no ambulance. Stonestep’s unique insurance platform can cover such risks for emerging consumers, and XL Innovate’s investment will help us implement this solution, beginning in Asia,” said Brandon Matthews, founder and CEO of Stonestep. Stonestep will also get access to XL Catlin’s experience and capacity to broaden the way microinsurance is to be sold in emerging markets. Its microinsurance platform will allow basic insurance products be sold though different corporations such as mobile network operators, retailers and financial service providers and will use their distribution system. Under the umbrella of its global program, XL Catlin’s hub in Hong Kong overseas Myanmar. Also Read:

Stonestep Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Stonestep's headquarters?

    Stonestep's headquarters is located at Hofstrasse 1A, Zug.

  • What is Stonestep's latest funding round?

    Stonestep's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Stonestep raise?

    Stonestep raised a total of $4M.

  • Who are the investors of Stonestep?

    Investors of Stonestep include XL Innovate.

  • Who are Stonestep's competitors?

    Competitors of Stonestep include Bima Milvik and 2 more.

  • What products does Stonestep offer?

    Stonestep's products include Eiger Core and 4 more.


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