Kevin Finn

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Founder Bio

Kevin Finn, FCAS

President and CEO

Kevin Finn, President and CEO, has over 20 years of executive experience in the property and casualty industry. He combines technical skills with business and leadership acumen to help his clients deliver outstanding financial results.

Kevin consistently finds innovative approaches, especially with regard to the application of advanced data and analytics, to help unleash the full potential of the businesses and the teams that he supports. He has experience building nascent capabilities into business segments, reshaping underperforming businesses, and helping top-performing businesses achieve even greater results.

Kevin spent the last 14 years with The Hartford Financial Group. For 5 years, he led the Small Commercial Product Management team responsible for delivering both top- and bottom-line growth. During that time, premium grew from $3.2B to $3.7B while the combined ratio decreased from 91% to 88%. Through this combination of premium growth and margin improvement, underwriting earnings increased over 30% during his tenure.

Before joining the Small Commercial leadership team, Kevin led National Accounts, Specialty Programs, and Captives for 9 years. Kevin transformed these businesses from capabilities in the specialty businesses to meaningful contributors to earnings for the entire organization.

Kevin began his career with Liberty Mutual in Boston in their actuarial program, achieving his Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society in 2002. In addition to his actuarial positions, he also held leadership positions within National Accounts underwriting and mergers and acquisitions.

Kevin resides in Farmington, Connecticut with his wife and two children. He has a great passion for volunteering in his community, with a special focus on youth sports, as he sits on the Board of Directors for both the baseball and basketball youth leagues. In addition, Kevin volunteers his time with the Services for the Elderly.

“How well insurers resolve the “synthesis challenge” – interjecting technology, talent and business models into change-resistant legacy environments – may be the biggest success factor for the industry in the next decade.”

Deloitte 2020 Insurance Outlook



The Pennsylvania Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (PAMIC) is a trade association that has proudly represented the Mutual Insurance Industry since 1907.

Our membership comprises some of the most historic companies in the industry, along with new companies who are thriving under the same model.

For more than 120 years NAMIC has been serving in the best interests of mutual insurance companies – large and small – across the United States as well as in Canada. NAMIC membership includes more than 1,400 member companies. The association supports regional and local mutual insurance companies on main streets across America along with many of the country’s largest national insurers. NAMIC member companies write $268 billion in annual premiums and together account for 59 percent of homeowners, 46 percent of automobile, and 29 percent of the business insurance markets.

The Wisconsin Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (WAMIC) is a trade association representing 60 mutual insurers who are based and write in Wisconsin. Most WAMIC member mutual insurance companies were founded in the late 19th century. At that time, large insurance companies would not offer insurance in rural areas, and much of Wisconsin was very rural then. Citizens of smaller communities throughout the state organized their own insurance companies for their mutual protection.


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