Asia-facing loan and insurance comparison service GoBear has now assembled $97m altogether, having lured existing investor Aegon to its latest round.

Singapore-based loan and insurance comparison app developer GoBear has raised $17m from life insurance and asset management firm Aegon and venture capital firm Walvis Participaties, TechCrunch reported yesterday. Founded in 2015, GoBear has built a metasearch engine that lists more than 2,000 personal financial products provided by banks and insurance providers, leveraging data analytics rather…

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