Digital insurance broker recognized for its innovation

The company utilizes technology to improve client experience

Digital insurance broker recognized for its innovation

Insurance News

By Lyle Adriano

Insurance broker League was recently named as one of the premier fintech innovators in KPMG and H2 Ventures' annual Fintech 100 List.

The company made it to the list based on its disruptive benefits model, allowing employers to “access a host of products and services including spending accounts, a portfolio of insured coverage and workplace health services,” over its official website. Employers are free to design a group benefits plan that suits the needs of their team, no matter how small their operations are.

"When we looked at the limited benefit and insurance options available to smaller businesses, we saw a system that was inaccessible at best and archaic at worst," said League CEO and founder Michael Serbinis. "We saw a need to build a new healthcare model, and in under two years, we've created an optimal solution. It's an honor that our efforts are being recognized on the Fintech100 List."

League’s app enables users to get in touch with health professionals, book appointments, or even consult with a customized group of advisors for health tips and the like. This enables employees to freely choose which healthcare professionals and services they can tap into. The company’s digital wallet feature also allows users to pay for services from their phones for a convenient and paperless process.

Earlier this month, League announced that it has collaborated with the insurance division of Royal Bank of Canada to offer employee benefits to small enterprises.

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