Selective Insurance

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Selective Insurance
Type Public
Industry Property and casualty insurance
Founded 1926
Headquarters Branchville, New Jersey, United States
Area served Nationwide
Key people Gregory E. Murphy
Chairman of the Board, President, CEO
Revenue Increase US$468.9 million (Q2 2013)[1]
Operating income Increase US$23.8 million (Q2 2013)[1]
Net income Increase US$27.1 million (Q2 2013)[1]
Total assets Increase US$6.1 Billion (Q2 2013)[1]
Total equity Steady US$1.1 Billion (Q2 2013)[1]
Employees 2,000 (2007)

Selective Insurance Group, Inc. is a regional insurance holding company based in Branchville, New Jersey, and provides property and casualty insurance products and insurance services to customers in the United States through its subsidiaries. Selective provides insurance, alternative risk management products and related services to businesses and individuals, and administers flood insurance policies for the National Flood Insurance Program. The Insurance Operations segment writes commercial lines and personal lines property and casualty insurance through independent insurance agents in 22 states in the Eastern and Midwestern regions of the United States.

Selective competes with Cincinnati Financial, Ohio Casualty, Harleysville, St. Paul Travelers, The Hartford, Zurich Financial Services, GEICO and Progressive.


  1. ^ a b c d e "Selective Insurance Group Reports Second Quarter 2013 Earnings". Selective Insurance Corporation. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 

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