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  1. › wiki › CignaCigna - Wikipedia

    Before selling its domestic and international property and casualty business to the Bermuda-based ACE Insurance company in the late 1990s, Cigna was among the companies with a large international network comparable to those of AIG, Allianz, and Zurich.

  2. Cigna reaches agreement with Chubb, the property and casualty insurance company, to divest its life, accident, and supplemental benefits businesses in seven countries.

  3. › who-we-are › historyOur History | Chubb

    A true turning point for ACE was its 1999 acquisition of Cigna Corporation’s international and domestic property and casualty business, the Insurance Company of North America (INA). The acquisition gave ACE an instant global network and simultaneously transferred INA’s 200-year history to the company.

  4. In 1987 the Aetna Insurance Company subsidiary was renamed CIGNA Property and Casualty Insurance Company. Two years later, CIGNA gave up the use of the Aetna name altogether when it transferred its rights to this trade name to Aetna Life and Casualty Company.

  5. INA became CIGNA's lead property and casualty (P&C) insurer, integrating its business with CGC's smaller P&C firm Aetna Insurance Company. Effective July 2, 1999, ACE Limited acquired CIGNA's international and U.S. property and casualty businesses, including INA.

  6. 7 de oct. de 2021 · ZURICH, Oct. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Chubb Limited (NYSE: CB) today announced a definitive agreement to acquire the life and non-life insurance companies that house the personal accident, supplemental health and life insurance business of Cigna (NYSE: CI) in seven Asia-Pacific markets for $5.75 billion dollars in cash.

  7. 3 de ago. de 1995 · CIGNA Property and Casualty Reengineering (A) By: Richard L. Nolan, Donna B. Stoddard, Elise Martin, Chiara Francalanci Reengineering was introduced at CIGNA Corp. in 1988.