Marpai, Inc. (“Marpai” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: MRAI), a deep learning technology company transforming third party administration (TPA) in the self-funded health insurance market, today announced the Company’s management and directors purchased $1.1 million of Marpai common stock.
Our board member Damien Lamendola, the sole Manager holding the voting and dispositive power over the securities held by HillCour Investment Fund LLC (“HillCour”), increased his beneficial holdings in the Company to 5.88 million shares of Class A Common Stock through the exercise by Hillcour, of 225,000 warrants at $4 per share. The HillCour warrant exercise resulted in an additional $900,000 of new capital being injected into the Company.
In addition, open market purchases made by management and directors include the acquisition of 25,000 shares by Yaron Eitan, Chairman and co-founder; 17,500 shares by Edmundo Gonzalez, CEO and co-founder; 5,000 shares by Yoram Bibring, CFO; and 5,730 shares by Jane Cavalier, member of the board of directors, at prices ranging from $4.17 to $4.42 per share.
About Marpai, Inc.
Marpai, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRAI) is a technology company delivering an AI-powered alternative to traditional TPAs (third party administrators) in the self-funded health plan sector representing over $1T in annual healthcare claims and 95 million Americans. Marpai uses advanced technologies, including proprietary predictive deep learning models, to drive healthcare costs down and health outcomes up. Marpai's SMART services system predicts member health states to prevent costly events, elevates care quality, rigorously processes claims and empowers members to live healthier lives. Marpai serves self-funded employers nationwide, offers world class provider networks including Aetna and Cigna, and partners with brokers and consultants across the country. For more information, visit www.marpaihealth.com.
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