Lowenstein represented Aquiline Technology Growth (ATG) as lead investor in a $20 million capital fundraise for Flueid, an Austin, Texas-based real estate technology company using title data and insights to fuel transactions from end-to-end.

Flueid is on a mission to make the rigid real estate process more fluid— fueling transactions with data and insights to make them easily flow from start to finish. The company’s platform unlocks data and embeds it into core operating systems of point-of-sale (POS) platforms, lender operating systems (LOS), title production systems (TPS), servicing platforms and marketplaces to fuel decision-making across market segments in the real estate journey.

ATG seeks to invest in early- and growth-stage technology companies that are bringing innovation to the insurance and financial services ecosystems. ATG is managed by Aquiline Capital Partners, a private investment firm based in New York and London that invests across financial services and technology. The ATG team has experience in technology and financial services and is supported by its colleagues at Aquiline, strategic partners, and an active group of industry Executive Advisors.

The deal team included Anthony W. Raymundo, Ed Zimmerman, and Chad M. P. Weeks.

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