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Commercial multiple peril reinsurance ceded, top writers--2002: rank is based on ceded commercial multiple peril reinsurance in 2002. (Industry Strategies).

Commercial Multiple Peril Reinsurance Ceded, Top Writers--2002

Rank is based on ceded commercial multiple peril reinsurance in 2002.

($ Thousands)

                                                     Total Commercial
                                                Multiple Peril Direct
Rank   Company Name                     AMB#         Premiums Written

   1   Lumbermens Mutual Gas Co         02279            $150,481,437
   2   Royal Indemnity Co               02438             183,916,318
   3   Ace Prop & Cas Ins Co            01996                 437,937
   4   Federal Ins Co                   02084           1,001,287,833
   5   OneBeacon Ins Co                 02196              46,105,982

   6   Travelers Indemnity Co           02520             230,732,417
   7   Peerless Ins Co                  02394             227,254,143
   8   Hartford Fire Ins Cc             02231             570,548,521
   9   Atlantic Mutual Ins Co           02063             270,151,874
  10   Great Amer Ins Co                02213              32,696,269

  11   Zurich Amer Ins Co               02563             166,496,301
  12   GuideOne Mutual Ins Co           02404             113,547,456
  13   Continental Cas Co               02128             245,729,798
  14   United Natl Ins Co               03128             103,402,524
  15   Ins Corp of New York             03500              84,187,058

  16   St Paul Fire & Marine Ins Co     02452             318,417,180
  17   Church Mutual Ins Co             00259             249,171,427
  18   Hanover Ins Co                   02225             164,632,755
  19   State Farm Fire & Cas Co         02477             806,291,978
  20   Liberty Mutual Ins Co            02283              22,427,967

  21   Philadelphia Indemnity Ins Co    03616             396,007,305
  22   Westport Ins Corp                02301             287,292,580
  23   Truck Ins Exch                   02174             297,617,956
  24   Employers Ins Co of Wausau       02159             114,543,500
  25   Amer Alternative Ins Corp        11574              84,794,167

       Total U.S. P/C Industry                        $29,799,729,556

                                                Unaffiliated

                                           Commercial
                                       Multiple Peril         Total All
Rank   Company Name                             Ceded       Lines Ceded

   1   Lumbermens Mutual Gas Co          $259,000,858    $2,532,370,023
   2   Royal Indemnity Co                 244,481,591     1,658,043,497
   3   Ace Prop & Cas Ins Co              193,458,275     1,954,331,436
   4   Federal Ins Co                     186,682,286     1,069,877,954
   5   OneBeacon Ins Co                   167,866,626       754,352,137

   6   Travelers Indemnity Co             163,850,434     1,053,311,564
   7   Peerless Ins Co                    155,572,834       576,736,010
   8   Hartford Fire Ins Cc               145,477,007     1,140,940,709
   9   Atlantic Mutual Ins Co             126,125,773       309,330,897
  10   Great Amer Ins Co                  112,899,871     1,207,062,895

  11   Zurich Amer Ins Co                 101,414,984     1,918,734,805
  12   GuideOne Mutual Ins Co             101,135,506       227,400,961
  13   Continental Cas Co                  89,555,444     1,591,054,366
  14   United Natl Ins Co                  84,446,653       557,539,476
  15   Ins Corp of New York                75,759,385       202,506,255

  16   St Paul Fire & Marine Ins Co        69,134,796     1,229,580,115
  17   Church Mutual Ins Co                65,042,488        79,818,720
  18   Hanover Ins Co                      58,667,172       188,452,545
  19   State Farm Fire & Cas Co            58,607,777       387,872,145
  20   Liberty Mutual Ins Co               57,797,354     2,136,539,936

  21   Philadelphia Indemnity Ins Co       53,176,145       103,836,717
  22   Westport Ins Corp                   50,195,278       101,119,847
  23   Truck Ins Exch                      44,880,954       146,334,461
  24   Employers Ins Co of Wausau          42,592,041       173,866,858
  25   Amer Alternative Ins Corp           42,576,950       117,115,191

       Total U.S. P/C Industry         $5,245,984,540   $73,408,568,131

                                        % Total Commercial
                                            Multiple Peril
                                            Ceded to Total
Rank   Company Name                        All Lines Ceded

   1   Lumbermens Mutual Gas Co                       10.2
   2   Royal Indemnity Co                             14.8
   3   Ace Prop & Cas Ins Co                           9.9
   4   Federal Ins Co                                 17.5
   5   OneBeacon Ins Co                               22.3

   6   Travelers Indemnity Co                         15.6
   7   Peerless Ins Co                                27.0
   8   Hartford Fire Ins Cc                           12.8
   9   Atlantic Mutual Ins Co                         40.8
  10   Great Amer Ins Co                               9.4

  11   Zurich Amer Ins Co                              5.3
  12   GuideOne Mutual Ins Co                         44.5
  13   Continental Cas Co                              5.6
  14   United Natl Ins Co                             15.2
  15   Ins Corp of New York                           37.4

  16   St Paul Fire & Marine Ins Co                    5.6
  17   Church Mutual Ins Co                           81.5
  18   Hanover Ins Co                                 31.1
  19   State Farm Fire & Cas Co                       15.1
  20   Liberty Mutual Ins Co                           2.7

  21   Philadelphia Indemnity Ins Co                  51.2
  22   Westport Ins Corp                              49.6
  23   Truck Ins Exch                                 30.7
  24   Employers Ins Co of Wausau                     24.5
  25   Amer Alternative Ins Corp                      36.4

       Total U.S. P/C Industry                         7.2

Source: A.M. Best Co., as of June 11, 2003.
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