Kin Stock

www.kin.comFinTech / InsuranceFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $238MM

Kin Insurance is a home insurance tech company with direct-to-consumer user experience programming to customize coverage. By leveraging property data, the company provides customized home coverage plans that suit each individual and their circumstances. Kin Insurance also has a Kin Interinsurance Network that acts as a customer exchange, all included on a mobile app. Kin Insurance was founded by Lucas Ward, Sean Harper, Sebastian Villarreal, and Stephen Wooten in 2016 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

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Management Team

Sean Harper
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Lucas Ward
Co-Founder, President, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Jerry Fadden
Chief Financial Officer
Angel Conlin
Chief Insurance & Compliance Officer & Chief Legal Officer
Andrew Deckert
Deputy General Counsel

Board Members

Daniel Rosen
Commerce Ventures
Eric Carlborg
August Capital
Sanjiv Parikh
Avanta Ventures
Stephen Honig JD
Board Member
Sheel Mohnot
Board Member

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News Highlights

Kin Insurance Raises $82M in First Close of Series D Financing
Kin Insurance, a Chicago, IL– based direct-to-consumer home insurance company, raised $82m in the first close of its Series D round, with additional commitments for a second close totaling $18m
Live near an ocean? Kin Insurance’s data aims to more accurately predict home risk – TechCrunch
By using data and technology to accurately price the risk, Kin Insurance is able to remove some of the costs of traditional insurance firms, like agents.
Home insurance company Kin to go public via SPAC merger
Home insurance technology company Kin is going public through a reverse merger with a SPAC, the company announced Monday.
Updated on: Apr 19, 2024


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