Trov signs partnership with UK insurer Hamilton Fraser
By Megha Bhattacharya
Trov, a global provider of embedded insurance, today announced that UK-based Hamilton Fraser, a provider of insurance and services to the private rented sector, has signed on as one of Trov’s newest partners, enabling the insurer to offer digital insurance products to its customers by deploying Trov’s white-labelled solution.
“By enabling our partners to deliver a compelling user experience while helping to close consumer protection gaps, our embedded insurance capabilities increase customer loyalty, lifetime value, and delivers high-margin recurring revenue. Our APIs and no-code options combined with a growing network of insurance products mean that digital brands will benefit from offering a wide array of flexible insurance products to their customers.” comments, Scott Walchek, Founder and CEO of Trov.
Trov is welcoming four PropTech brands to its roster, including ideal flatmate, a flat-sharing platform, Movebubble, a property rental platform, good2rent, the tenant referencing solution, and Vaboo, a customer engagement platform used by letting agents which manages rewards for renters and landlords. The new partners join Trov’s growing embedded insurance customer base which includes FinTechs, retailers, neo-banks, utilities, and PropTechs such as Love to Rent, OpenBrix, Moovshack, and Movinghub, all of whom onboarded earlier this year.
Eddie Hooker, CEO of Hamilton Fraser adds “Having been providing high quality insurance for the last 25 years, we know that in order to meet the ever-changing needs of the customer, we must always be searching for new ways to adapt our business. Our collaboration with Trov will allow us to continue offering the most reliable products to our customers as well as keeping us at the forefront of innovation in our sector. We have been protecting and working with landlords for over two decades, and we are excited to now be able to expand our service to include and offer flexible renters insurance to the wider pool of customers.”