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Cohen & Co. raises $230m with second Butler-led re/insurance SPAC

Cohen & Company, LLC, the fixed income financial services focused investment specialist, has successfully upsized the initial public offering (IPO) capital raise for its second insurance, reinsurance and insurtech investment focused Special Purpose Acquisition Company, INSU Acquisition Corp. II. INSU Acquisition Corp. II follows on from the first SPAC, often called read the full article →

Cohen & Co. targets $207m with second Butler-led re/insurance SPAC vehicle

Cohen & Company, LLC, the fixed income financial services focused investment specialist, has launched its second Special Purpose Acquisition Company, or SPAC, that targets insurance, reinsurance and insurtech investment opportunities. INSU Acquisition Corp. II follows on from the first SPAC, often called blank check company, launched by Cohen & Co., which read the full article →

Insurance Acquisition Corp. sees potential combinations across the insurance spectrum

Following its successful capital raise, Insurance Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: INSUU) is looking to find a model which is angled towards the future and sees interesting possibilities in various types of risk transfer entities, according to John Butler and Amanda Abrams. Insurance Acquisition Corp. is a Cohen & Company, LLC backed insurance, read the full article →

Butler led Cohen & Co. re/insurance & insurtech acquisition play raises $151m

Insurance Acquisition Corporation has successfully raised almost $151 million for the launch of a so-called blank check company that will be led by John Butler and target acquiring insurance, reinsurance and insurtech operations. As we reported back in February, John Butler was lined up to lead a Cohen & Company, LLC read the full article →

Butler to lead Cohen & Co. re/insurance & insurtech acquisition vehicle

John Butler is set to lead a Cohen & Company, LLC backed insurance, reinsurance and insurtech acquisition vehicle which is hoping to raise up to $150 million for its launch as a so-called blank check company. Insurance Acquisitions Corporation will offer third-party investors 13 million shares at $10 each, in a read the full article →