Pier is Brazil’s first and largest full-stack insurtech. Pier began with a simple smartphone theft/robbery product in 2018, operating as an MGA, and they launched auto theft/robbery and roadside assistance product in 2020, and also became the first company to operate under the SUSEP sandbox digital insurer license.
The Project has an AIMM rating of Good. The most significant, expected project-level outcome is improved access (to individuals) to theft insurance for smartphones and cars. Beyond the Project, IFC anticipates that the investment will promote competitiveness by demonstrating an innovative business model to reach new customers.
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