Kettle is an insurance technology company striving to provide insurance and reinsurance solutions for property owners in areas prone to catastrophic climate events. Leveraging advanced AI technology, Kettle seeks to design smarter insurance products to protect against increasing risks exacerbated by climate change. Their services focus on providing efficient, reliable coverage to mitigate the financial impacts of climate-related disasters to address the growing need for adaptive insurance models in the face of global climate shifts. Kettle was founded by Andrew Engler, Nathaniel Manning, and Son Le in 2020 and is headquartered in Kensington, California.

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Management Team

Andrew Engler
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Chief Financial Officer
Amit Shah
President & Chief Distribution Officer

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News Highlights

Reask Partners With Kettle on Parametric Hurricane Coverage

ClimateTech Reask, a leading science and technology company focusing on natural hazard modelling, announces that it has agreed a partnership with InsurTech MGA Kettle that will enable Kettle to offer location-level, wind speed-based parametric hurricane reinsurance in the US. Reask delivers proven global tropical cyclone models to market-leading clients such as Swiss Re, AXA, parametric insurer Descartes, and ILS firms Securis and Twelve Capital.

Kettle works with Amwins & PartnerRe on California excess wildfire product

Kettle, the reinsurance focused deep-learning and artificial intelligence (AI) company, has delivered risk modelling and analytics to support the development of a new excess wildfire product for the Californian market that has been launched by Amwins and is written by PartnerRe. Amwins Access, the nationwide binding and brokerage platform of the insurance origination and distribution specialist has launched the Excess Wildfire Product that has been designed to complement a self-insured retention plan or the California FAIR (or a similar) plan.
Updated on: Jun 24, 2024


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