Jewelers Mutual Named To Ward’s 50 List
The insurer has been recognized as a top performer for 13 consecutive years.
It has been recognized on the list for 13 consecutive years.
The annual list is developed by Ward Group, an Aon Hewitt company and provider of operational and compensation benchmarking and best practices services for insurance companies.
In making the list, Ward Group analyzes the financial performance of nearly 2,900 property-casualty insurance companies based in the United States. Each company has passed all safety and consistency screens and "achieved superior performance” over a five-years analysis, according to the group.
Top performers are measured by financial stability and ability to grow while maintaining strong capital positions and underwriting results, said Jewelers Mutual.
The insurance company said the recognition “underscores its unwavering commitment to excellence, demonstrated by its outstanding financial results in the areas of safety and consistency, and performance from 2018-2022.”
“As we celebrate 110 years of service this year, we are immensely proud of our recognition as a top-performing insurance company,” Jewelers Mutual President and CEO Scott Murphy said.
“This accomplishment is a testament to the enduring values that have shaped our company over the years—the relentless pursuit of excellence, a focus on listening to our customers and delivering on their needs, and our commitment to providing consistent, unmatched service. We are grateful to our dedicated team and loyal customers who have been instrumental in our success.”
The full list of the 2023 Ward’s 50 companies for property-casualty can be found here.
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