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Timeline

Our history began in 1950 with the founding of The Cincinnati Insurance Company by several independent insurance agents. Property casualty insurance was our main business, and it still is today.In 1968, Cincinnati Insurance was founded as a holding company to provide added value to the policyholders and shareholders of The Cincinnati Insurance Company, its lead subsidiary. Five more subsidiaries currently serve as complementary support for Cincinnati Insurance.

– Two subsidiaries—The Cincinnati Casualty Company, founded in 1972, and The Cincinnati Indemnity Company, founded in 1988—provide flexibility in underwriting and pricing of property casualty business. Together with The Cincinnati Insurance Company, they give businesses, individuals and families access to policies from an insurer that earns the A++ financial strength rating from A.M. Best.

Cincinnati Ratings

  • 2.3
    coverage
  • 2.0
    cost
  • 2.0
    service
  • 1.9
    claims
  • 2.1
    overall rating

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– In 1970, CFC Investment Company began providing leasing and financing services to independent agents, their clients and other businesses.

– In 1973, we began life insurance operations. In 1987, our two life insurance companies merged to form The Cincinnati Life Insurance Company. This company, rated A+ by A.M. Best Co., offers life and disability income insurance and annuities for individuals and businesses.

– And in 1998, CinFin Capital Management Company was organized to provide asset management services to institutions, corporations and individuals with $1 million minimum accounts.

Today, Cincinnati Insurance stands among the nation’s top 25 property casualty insurers, based on consolidated revenues.