Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients.
American Family Ventures, the direct venture capital arm of American Family Insurance, makes early stage investments in emerging technology companies as part of its commitment to proactively protect policyholders, present and future.
Founded in 1994, RRE Ventures is an early-stage venture capital firm headquartered in New York City focusing on investments in various disciplines, such as software, internet, mobile, financial services, and environmental in the US.
Blumberg Capital is an early-stage venture capital firm that partners with passionate entrepreneurs to innovate and build successful technology companies. The firm specializes in leading Seed and Series A rounds collaborating with angel investors, other venture capital firms and strategic partners.
Route 66 Ventures is an early and late stage investment firm that specializes in the financial services industry as defined by five main sectors: lending, capital markets, asset management, insurance and payments.
Core Innovation Capital is a leading financial technology venture capital fund targeting companies that empower everyday Americans. Core leverages its deep financial services, technology and regulatory expertise to help entrepreneurs and other investors build disruptive, high growth businesses.
Tugboat Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in investments in consumer internet, enterprise software-as-a-service, mobility, and the next generation of online advertising companies. The firm prefers to invest in early-stage companies in the vicinity of the San Francisco Bay area.
Bullpen Capital is an early-stage, post-seed venture fund making investments in Internet technology companies that have been funded by super-angels and institutional seed funds. Extending the capital-efficient model beyond the seed stage keeps options open for the founders and investors.
AngelPad is a seed-stage startup incubator and mentorship program founded by a team of former Google employees to help web-technology startups build better products, attract additional funding, and grow more successful businesses.
Keith Moore is Chief Executive Officer of San Francisco based insurance startup CoverHound, where he brings 19 years of marketing, product and executive leadership experience from recognized industry innovators like LendingTree, InterActiveCorp (IAC), iContact, and Western Mutual Insurance Group.
James is a Founding General Partner at RRE Ventures. He previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of American Express Company from 1977 to 1993. He also served as the non-executive Chairman of the Board of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company from 2005 to 2008, and as Board Director of The Coca-Cola Company from 1975 until 2014 (nearly 40 years).
Bruce has 23 years experience as a venture capital investor, entrepreneur, technology investment banker and corporate attorney. He joined Blumberg in 1998 after co-founding and holding senior management positions within technology companies.
Rainer serves as Global Corporate Development Officer for Chubb Group Holdings. Rainer has 25 years of experience in corporate development and investment banking. Prior to Chubb, he held leadership roles at GE Capital, Deutsche Bank, J.P. Morgan, and McKinsey & Company.
Richard co-founded Electronic Arts, among other companies. He co-founded NetService Ventures Group in 2002, sourcing and managing its seed stage investments in twelve companies, including Broadware (sold to Cisco), BigFix (sold to IBM), TubeMogul, Aggregate Knowledge, and Tanium.
Peter is the Chief Business Development Officer and a member of the Senior Executive Team at American Family Insurance, a top 10 US personal lines insurer. He has 30 years of insurance investing, financing, and executive management experience. Peter was the co-founder of Cardinal Investment Advisors, prior to joining AmFam as its CIO in 2008.
Ryan has 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur, CEO and investor. He was the founder and CEO of Goal Financial, a $9 billion student lender and was the founder and Chairman of GS2, currently with $20B+ AUM. Ryan formed Route 66 Ventures to partner with companies using technology to redefine the global financial landscape.
Arjan Schütte is the founder and a managing partner of Core Innovation Capital, a leading venture capital fund investing in financial services companies that empower everyday Americans. He spent 10 years designing innovative software products and services in several venture-backed companies.