Farewill lands £20m investment

Will-writing start-up raises £20m for expansion and innovation

08 Jul 2020

Will-writing start-up Farewill has raised £20m in investment to fund expansion and product innovation.

The latest cash injection takes investment in the online will writing service to £30m to date.

Most of the £20m was from Highland Europe, with additional funding from Keen Ventures, Rich Pierson of Headspace, Broadhaven Ventures, and Venture Founders join previous investors - among them Augmentum Fintech, Taavet Hinrikus (TransferWise) and Kindred Capital.

Founded was in 2015 by CEO Dan Garrett and co-founder Tom Rogers, the platform guides users through a series of questions, all navigated online and a team of in-house specialists are available seven days a week when customers need to speak directly....

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