The Crum & Forster companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Crum & Forster Holdings Corp., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited (Toronto: FFH.TO).
Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited is a financial services holding company whose corporate objective is to achieve a high rate of return on invested capital and build long-term shareholder value. Click here for Fairfax’s Annual Reports.
|Crum & Forster Holdings Corp.|
|(US$ in Millions; IFRS Basis unless otherwise noted)|
|Gross Premiums Written||$1,190.2||$618.2||$1,068.6||$549.2||$2,174.5|
|Net Income (Loss)||$0.5||($39.4)||($32.7)||($11.1)||($65.6)|
|As of 06/30/20181||As of 06/30/20181||As of 06/30/2017||As of 06/30/2017||As of 12/31/2017|
IFRS – International Financial Reporting Standards.
Shareholder’s Equity – A firm’s total assets minus its total liabilities.
Gross Premiums Written – Premiums registered on the books at the time a policy is issued on a gross basis (before deductions of costs, such as reinsurance).
Net Income – Net (loss) income is calculated by taking revenues and adjusting for the cost of doing business, interest, taxes and other expenses.
Combined Ratio – The sum of two ratios: loss ratio and LAE ratio is calculated by dividing incurred losses plus loss adjustment expense (LAE) by premiums earned (the calendar year loss ratio); and expense ratio is calculated by dividing underwriting expenses by premiums written.
Statutory Surplus – An insurance company’s total assets minus its total liabilities, both computed under accounting principles prescribed or permitted by state insurance regulatory authorities.
Total Investments & Cash $4.1 Billion at 06/30/2018
- High quality portfolio with ample liquidity
- Duration of bond portfolio is 4 years (including cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments)
- Securities rated ‘A’ or higher make up 87% of our fixed income portfolio
- Approximately 42% of municipal bonds are insured by Berkshire Hathaway Assurance Corp.
- Equity exposure is significantly hedged
- No commercial paper, auction rate securities or securities lending
Financial Strength Ratings
|United States Fire Insurance Company||A||A-|
|The North River Insurance Company||A||A-|
|First Mercury Insurance Company||A||A-|
|Crum and Forster Insurance Company||A||A-|
|Crum & Forster Indemnity Company||A||A-|
|Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company||A||A-|
|Seneca Insurance Company, Inc.||A||A-|
|Seneca Specialty Insurance Company||A||A-|
|American Underwriters Insurance Company||A||A-|
United States Fire Insurance Company, The North River Insurance Company, First Mercury Insurance Company, Crum and Forster Insurance Company, Crum & Forster Indemnity Company, Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company, Seneca Insurance Company, Inc., Seneca Specialty Insurance Company, and American Underwriters Insurance Company are rated “A” (Excellent) with a stable outlook by A.M. Best Company and share a Financial Size Category of Class XIII. The same companies are rated “A-” (Strong) with a stable outlook by Standard & Poor’s.