Keith Moore

InsurTech, FinTech, and Digital Distribution Innovation

Keith Moore has over 25 years of product, marketing and digital distribution experience in the Insurance and Financial Services industries. Keith is regarded as an #Insurtech pioneer in the US based on his positive industry impact as CEO and Executive Chairman of CoverHound, an online leader in both personal and commercial Property & Casualty Insurance, that has sold over 400,000 insurance policies digitally.

CoverHound was acquired by a leading US brokerage, Brown & Brown, Inc. (NYSE:BRO) in 2020.

Keith is currently a Senior InsurTech Advisor for Insurance Advisory Partners, serves on the board of Appalachian State University’s Brantley Risk and Insurance Center, and is leading an initiative at UNC Chapel Hill to launch the school's first Insurance Innovation Center. Keith has served on the TransUnion Insurance Advisory Board since 2016 and actively advises multiple InsurTech companies at various stages of growth.

Other notable leadership roles prior to Keith leading CoverHound, were as SVP and General Manager at LendingTree (NASDAQ:TREE) and IAC (NASDAQ:IAC), where he led Tree’s Lending Exchange and led the company’s successful diversification and launch into insurance, credit cards, reverse mortgages, and other digital loan products. LendingTree during Keith’s tenure was frequently ranked as the number one digital advertiser in the US, a feat it had not achieved before or since his time there.

In 2016, Moore founded CyberPolicy to bring the first online cybersecurity and cyber insurance bundled options to the U.S., which was also the first in the world to provide instant quotes and digital purchases of cyber liability insurance. In the late 1990’s Moore developed and scaled the US’s first ‘address-only’ instant quotes to purchases for a California monoline homeowners insurance carrier, which he profitably scaled across multiple states.

Keith had held prior US Patents related to ‘Systems and Methods for strategically ranking and allocating results of web-based inquiries’.

In 2017, Keith was recognized by Ernst and Young as a finalist for their Entrepreneur of The Year® Award in Silicon Valley and Northern California, based on his successful launch and rapid scaling of CyberPolicy for bundled cyber liability solutions for SMB’s.

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