Profile: Alleghany Corp (Y)
2 Dec 2016
Alleghany Corporation, incorporated on November 16, 1984, is an insurance holding company. The Company owns and manages operating subsidiaries and investments, which are involved in the property and casualty reinsurance and insurance. The Company operates through two segments: reinsurance and insurance. The Company's reinsurance segment consists of property and casualty reinsurance operations conducted by the Company's subsidiary, Transatlantic Holdings, Inc. (TransRe), and its reinsurance operating subsidiaries. The Company's insurance segment consists of property and casualty insurance operations conducted by Alleghany Insurance Holdings LLC (AIHL) through its insurance operating subsidiaries, RSUI Group, Inc. (RSUI), CapSpecialty, Inc. (CapSpecialty) and Pacific Compensation Corporation (PacificComp). The Company owns and manages properties in the Sacramento, California region through its subsidiary, Alleghany Properties Holdings LLC (Alleghany Properties).
TransRe, through its subsidiaries, Transatlantic Reinsurance Company (TRC), TransRe London Ltd. (TRL) and TransRe Zurich Ltd. (TRZ), offers reinsurance capacity to reinsurance and insurance companies for property and casualty products. These products are distributed through brokers and on a direct basis in both the domestic and foreign markets. TransRe has operations across the world, including Africa, Australia, Bermuda, Canada, approximately five locations in Asia, over three locations in Central and South America, and approximately seven locations in the United Kingdom and Europe. TRC is licensed, accredited or authorized or can serve as a reinsurer in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in the United States and in Puerto Rico and Guam. TRC is also licensed in Bermuda, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, the Dominican Republic, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, Germany, Australia and Singapore. TRL is licensed as a reinsurer in the United Kingdom and TRZ is licensed as a reinsurer in Switzerland and Dubai.
The Company's reinsurance segment consists of two product lines, property, and casualty & other. TransRe's principal lines of business within the property product line include fire, allied lines, auto physical damage and homeowners multiple peril lines, which include property catastrophe risks. TransRe's principal lines of business within the casualty & other product line include liability (including directors' and officers' liability, errors and omissions liability and general liability), medical malpractice, ocean marine and aviation, auto liability (including non-standard risks), accident and health, surety and credit. TransRe offers reinsurance capacity on both a treaty and facultative basis. TransRe provides pro rata and excess-of-loss reinsurance for major lines of business. TransRe provides property and casualty reinsurance capacity through brokers, as well as directly to insurance and reinsurance companies in both the domestic and foreign markets. The Company also provides underwriting services.
AIHL Re LLC (AIHL Re), the Company's subsidiary, is a captive reinsurance company, which provides reinsurance to its insurance operating subsidiaries and affiliates. RSUI includes the operations of its subsidiaries, RSUI Indemnity Company (RIC), Landmark American Insurance Company (Landmark) and Covington Specialty Insurance Company (Covington). RSUI underwrites specialty insurance coverages in the property, umbrella/excess liability, general liability, directors' and officers' liability, and professional liability lines of business. RSUI also writes reinsurance business on an assumed basis. RSUI writes specialty business on both an admitted and non-admitted basis. RSUI writes specialty business in the admitted specialty market primarily through RIC. RSUI writes business on an approved, non-admitted basis primarily through Landmark. Covington supports non-admitted business written primarily by RSUI's binding authority department, which writes small, specialized coverages pursuant to underwriting authority arrangements with managing general agents.
CapSpecialty, primarily through its subsidiaries, Capitol Indemnity Corporation (CIC), Capitol Specialty Insurance Corporation (CSIC) and Platte River Insurance Company (Platte River), operates in approximately 50 states and the District of Columbia in the United States. CapSpecialty also includes the operations and results of Professional Risk Management Services, Inc. CIC conducts its property and casualty insurance business on an admitted basis throughout the United States. CIC also writes surety products, such as commercial surety bonds and contract surety bonds on a national basis. CIC offers contract surety bonds in the non-construction segment of the market, which secure performance under supply, service and maintenance contracts. Commercial surety bonds include all surety bonds other than contract surety bonds and cover obligations required by law or regulation, such as licenses and permits.
CSIC conducts all of its business on an approved, non-admitted basis and primarily writes specialty lines of property and casualty insurance, including the professional lines of business. Platte River is licensed in approximately 50 states and the District of Columbia and operates in conjunction with CIC by providing surety products and offering pricing in those jurisdictions where both CIC and Platte River are licensed. PacificComp offers workers' compensation insurance business.
1411 Broadway Fl 34
NEW YORK NY 10018-3410
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