Alan raises 183 million to accelerate in health insurance

Jean-Charles Samuelian has the art of taking the markets from behind. In April 2021, when France was undergoing its third confinement, the co-founder of Alan, the complementary health insurer, announced a spectacular raising of 185 million euros. Almost a year later, when the faucets of the financing of French tech seemed to have closed, he announced this Thursday, May 5, to have completed a new financing of 183 million, led by the Teachers venture growththe Ontario teachers’ pension fund and half a dozen investors: Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek, Index, Coatue, Ribbit Capital, Dragoneer, Lakestar and even Exor, the Agnelli family fund.

“We have known each other for a long time, the process was quick,” explains the entrepreneur. With a valuation of 2.7 billion euros, Alan finds himself among the best endowed InsurTechs in Europe, where Jean-Charles Samuelian, 34, wants to establish himself as the “One-stop health partner” of companies and people. “It’s the consecration of things that I dreamed of doing for a very long time,” he says. Since the age of 14 precisely.

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