The Cincinnati Insurance Company, Inc. provides property and casualty insurance for businesses, homes, and automobiles in the United States. The company was founded in 1950 and is based in Fairfield, Ohio. The Cincinnati Insurance Company, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cincinnati Financial Corp.
6200 South Gilmore Road
Fairfield, OH 45014-5141
Founded in 1950
The Cincinnati Insurance Company Plans to Expand its Assumed Reinsurance Operations
Apr 28 15
The Cincinnati Insurance Company plans to expand its Assumed Reinsurance operations.
The Cincinnati Insurance Company, Inc. Appoints James W. B. Hole as Managing Director
Apr 28 15
Cincinnati Financial Corporation announced that James W. B. Hole will join The Cincinnati Insurance Company on May 4 as Managing Director, Head of Reinsurance Assumed. He will report to Chief Risk Officer and Senior Vice President Teresa Cracas. Hole will apply his reinsurance expertise to investigate opportunities to expand the company's assumed
reinsurance " a relatively small line of business for the company since the 1990's. His charge is to build internal capabilities to assess, quantify, price and manage assumed reinsurance risk. Hole brings more than 20 years of experience in property casualty reinsurance. Since 2013, he was managing director of Global Business Development for JLT Re and a member of the
Global and North American Executive Committees.
Cincinnati Insurance Co, Cincinnati Casualty Co. and Cincinnati Indemnity Co Announce Management Changes
Feb 4 15
Cincinnati Financial Corp. announced that on Feb. 2, 2015 the boards of its subsidiaries made several appointments at their Jan. 30 meetings. William Van Den Heuvel, senior vice president for personal lines, was named director for property and casualty insurance subsidiaries Cincinnati Insurance Co., Cincinnati Casualty Co. and Cincinnati Indemnity Co. Executives promoted to vice president were Robert Bernard, personal lines; Thomas Lupinetti, loss control; Timothy Morris, premium audit; and Todd Taylor, information technology. Vicki Hill and John Sence were hired as vice presidents in personal lines. Promoted to assistant vice presidents were B. Scott Albaugh, commercial lines; Kim Beckman and Michael Hingsbergen, information technology; Elizabeth Ertel, corporate communications; and William Gregory, headquarters claims. Jennifer Baker, Stephen Corbly and Elizabeth Stephens were promoted to secretary for commercial lines, as well as Mitchell Carson for loss control, Kevin Getz for target markets, Ryan Osborn for information technology and Brad Spicer for headquarters claims. New assistant secretaries are Daniel Brewer, Randall Mitchell and John O'Hara Jr. for headquarters claims; Julie Brown for business intelligence competency; Lynn Dassel for commercial lines; Rebecca Duff for loss control; Sandra Edward for premium audit; Susan Erickson, Michael Lane and Robert Schlosser Jr. for information technology; Kirsten Faherty for corporate communications; Patrick Foltyn for government relations; Edwin Hehn for management liability and surety; Thomas Heming for sales and marketing; and Susanne Roberts for personal lines. Matthew Skinner, associate counsel, legal-litigation, was promoted to lead educational institution liability litigation attorney. Douglas Fisher and Robert Hurley were named associate counsels for legal-litigation.