Unlocking the Power of Life Insurance for a New Generation

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About Us

White Swan is a platform that uses smart technology and experts with decades of experience to bring you a next generation experience of buying permanent life insurance and using it to enrich your life.

Our mission is to help you live a more financially stable life by providing simple digital access to the powerful features of permanent life, such as guarantees against losses, competitive returns, and tax advantages.1 2

We are independent and work with several of the highest rated insurance carriers to bring you the best policies and help you get the most amount of value from them throughout your life.

We distinguish ourselves by blending human expertise with a digital experience that covers the full cycle of using permanent life; from finding the optimal policy, to the quickest application, through monitoring and accessing money from the policy during your life. 3

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The Story Behind White Swan

A black swan event is an unpredictable event with severe consequences.

In the financial markets, these events have continuously caused people to lose large amounts of money - on a societal level through market crashes, and on a personal level through bad investment luck.

White Swan was created to provide a financial antidote to black swan events - and help you keep your money safe by providing easy access to the safe haven of life insurance.

Leadership Team

Pontus
Lagerberg

CEO

Todd
Hawk

COO

Thomas
Zirbes

Head of Life Sales

Paul
Simmons

Head of Product
& Digital Platform

1: All growth rates apply to the cash value of permanent life insurance policies, and every dollar spent on insurance premium will not go towards the cash value. Depending on individual preferences policies can be designed with different amounts going towards the cash value, which is explained in this article. Whole and indexed universal life insurance are not registered investment products and past performance is no guarantee of future results.
2: While the death benefit of a life insurance policy is typically tax free (unless it has been sold to an investor), any withdrawals in the form of dividends or policy loans are only tax free if the policy has been funded according to IRS guidelines, and the policy isn't surrendered (sold back to the insurance company) or lapsed (expired due to lacking payment). White Swan will help you to keep your policy tax efficient.
3: Money accessed from cash value life insurance is only received tax free if the policy has not been classified as a Modified Endowment Policy (ie. have been funded too quickly). Further, direct withdrawals from the policy are only tax free up to the point of the cumulative premiums paid into the policy. After the total premiums paid into the policy has been withdrawn, a policyowner can still access funds tax free through loans secured by the policy, as long as the policy stays in force.