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Travelers Cos.

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U.S.

The insurance holding company provides a wide range of commercial and personal property and casualty insurance products. It’s operating from a position of strength and in 2016 saw operating return on equity of 13.3%, consistent with its performance over the decade despite historically low interest rates. Its business, bond, and homeowners insurance divisions posted solid results but bodily injury losses negatively impacted profitability in its personal auto insurance business. The wild card? How Trump Administration policies, specifically tax reform, will affect the company.

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CEO

Alan D. Schnitzer

Sector

Financials

Industry

Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock)

HQ Location

New York, NY

Years on Global 500 List

14

Employees

30,900

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Key Financials (Last Fiscal Year)
($ Millions)% change
Revenues ($M)$27,6253.1%
Profits ($M)$3,014.0-12.4%
Assets ($M)$100,245
Total Stockholder Equity ($M)$23,221
Profit Ratios
Profit as % of Revenues10.9%
Profits as % of Assets3.0%
Profits as % of Stockholder Equity13.0%
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