SoftBank, XL Catlin, Allianz and Alphabet-backed casualty and property isnurance provider Lemonade priced the initial public offering above its range.

Lemonade, the US-based online insurance provider backed by corporate investors Alphabet, SoftBank, Allianz and XL Catlin, is going public today in a $319m initial public offering. The offering consists of 11 million shares priced at $29.00 each that will be issued on the New York Stock Exchange. The company initially set a range of $23…

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