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Who are the market leading FinTech insurance companies and why you need a broker?

As a Willis Towers Watson Network Broker, we work with the leading FinTech insurance companies to identify covers such as, professional indemnity (E&O), directors and officers, cyber insurance, crime insurance, and office insurance. Start the process by arranging a call with one of our expert brokers.

What is FinTech insurance?

FinTech insurance is a selection of covers that offer financial protection against unexpected events, purchased by businesses that use technology to support or enable financial services.

Typically, the covers purchased will include professional indemnity insurance, cyber insurance, directors and officers insurance, crime insurance, and office insurance. Additional covers may include keyperson insurance and business travel insurance.

We work with several insurers which can consider offering insurance protection to fintech’s. We’ve put together the below expert guide to identify what covers are typically purchased, what protection they can offer and some of the challenges.

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What you need to know about FinTech insurance?

The purchase of FinTech insurance is best utilised to cover high severity and low frequency events. B2C FinTech models can make obtaining professional indemnity cover challenging for innovative business models, unless the insurer has sufficient claims experience within the financial sector you operate. 


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What types of business insurance are commonly sought by FinTech companies?

The most important Fintech business insurance will depend upon the nature of your services you provide to your clients. We would recommend you take a holistic approach because it’s the combination of covers which provides the best protection. Below we've produced a guide about the different types of coverage most companies commonly purchase.

Importance of FinTech D&O insurance

In a rapidly changing environment, regulations are constantly evolving. Failure to comply with regulations can have serious consequences for both the FinTech and the individuals involved with the business. 

Directors’ and officers’ insurance is a key protection purchased by the company for the senior individuals making decisions, as individuals can be held personally liable from claims arising from a variety of sources, including shareholders, regulators, creditors, and employees.

Without a trading history and the stability offered by a stable cash flow, makes identifying startup FinTech D&O difficult. Evidence of a business plan, complete proposal form and cash flow forecast will be required to secure the cover.

Specialising in InsurTech, Payment Gateways, and RegTech

We work with a wide range of FinTechs operating in specific niches of the financial services market. Over the years we have developed a specialism in insurtechs, payment gateways / processors and regtech. The driving force behind arranging policy cover will typically be risk mitigation, contractual requirements, or regulatory requirements.



Otherwise known as insurance technology, combines the use of technology and data with offering a service within the insurance sector.

 Payment Services

Payment Services

Payment gateways or services will process high volumes of sensitive data that could be stolen and used for fraudulent purposes.



Otherwise known as regulation technology, combines the use of technology and compliance / regulation to create efficiencies.

Arrange a call with one of our specialist FinTech brokers to discuss your business needs

We can access a wide range of insurers and Lloyds of London syndicates

We can also accommodate the following FinTech insurance requirements

Digital banking

Trading Platforms

Blockchain and Crypto

Investment Managers

Private Equity Firms

Regulated Lenders