InsuraGuest Technologies (TSXV: ISGI) has a new chief insurance officer. The company this morning announced the appointment of experienced industry executive Jim Kilduff to the role.
Kilduff is highly experienced in the insurtech space, having advised several such firms that have exceeded $300 million in annualized written premiums. Having founded insurance consulting firm Harbor Hill Solutions, Kilduff is highly experienced in creating new insurance programs across all lines of business globally, while also advising insurtech startups and emerging leaders in the space.
In terms of his recent track record, Kilduff has worked with Outdoorsy.com, where he built an insurance division that recently raised $120 million. He previously also worked for State National Insurance, as chief marketing officer and senior VP, building the firms written premium base to over $1.5 billion in aggregate.
“When I first learned about InsuraGuest back in early 2020, I immediately loved the idea of revolutionizing how hospitality and guest insurance and other digitally delivered products gives direct access to consumers using its proprietary digital platforms. I wanted to be a part of InsuraGuest as they transform the digital insurance market through Insurtech solutions, so when I was offered to join as Chief Insurance Officer, I jumped at the chance,” commented Kilduff on his appointment.
Jim currently holds a Bachelors degree in Risk Management and Insurance from the University of Alabama.
InsuraGuest Technologies last traded at $0.36 on the TSX Venture.
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