General Casualty Insurance
General Casualty Insurance was a super-regional property and casualty insurance provider headquartered in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin as of 2006. It operated as a subsidiary of Winterthur U.S. Holdings.
|Fate||Acquired by QBE Insurance|
|Headquarters||Sun Prairie, Wisconsin|
|Peter Christen, president and chief executive officer|
|Products||Property and casualty insurance|
|Revenue||1512.70 M (2004)|
Number of employees
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Winterthur U.S. Holdings, which operated as Winterthur North America, and was also based in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin operated General Casualty Insurance, as well as Bellevue, Washington-based Unigard Insurance.
From 1956 to 1990, General Casualty was owned by Reliance Insurance. In 1990, General Casualty was sold to Winterthur, a Swiss Insurance Group.In 1997, Winterthur was sold to Credit Suisse Group.
In 2011, QBE announced that the General Casualty name would be replaced with the QBE name and logo.
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- Mertes, Chris. "McPartland: Purchase will create more jobs". Hometown News LP. Retrieved 2020-09-22.
- "AXA Completes Winterthur Acquisition". Insurance Journal. 2006-12-25. Retrieved 2020-09-22.
- Arnold, Martin (14 June 2006). "Axa buys Winterthur for ?7.9bn". Financial Times. Retrieved 2020-09-22.
- Newman, Judy (2007-01-05). "General Casualty to be sold". The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison.com. Retrieved 2007-01-05.
- Kirchen, Rich (18 August 2011). "QBE dropping General Casualty name". Milwaukee Business Journal.