|Traded as||NYSE: CB
S&P 500 Component
|Industry||Insurance & Finance|
|Key people||John Finnegan, President & CEO|
|Products||Commercial and Specialty Insurance|
|Revenue||$11.8 billion USD (2011)|
|Net income||$2.5 billion USD (2006)|
Chubb Corporation is the eighth largest property and casualty insurer in the United States, with over 120 offices located in 29 countries, and offers commercial, specialty, surety, and personal insurance services. As of 2008, the corporation is the 180th largest corporation in the United States.
Beginning in 1970, the corporation owned The Chubb Institute, a chain of commercial technical schools which grew out of the company's employee training program, but the schools were sold to the High-Tech Institute in 2004.
In 2007, Chubb was named the Readers' Choice winner as "Best Admitted Property/Casualty Insurance Company" by Business Insurance. In 2010 Chubb was number five on Chicago Business "Best Places to Work" list.