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Jewelers Mutual Named to 2018 Ward’s 50

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI – Jewelers Mutual Insurance Co. has been named to the 2018 list of Ward’s 50 top performing insurance companies, marking the eighth consecutive year for this recognition. The award recognizes outstanding financial results in the areas of safety, consistency and performance over a five-year period from 2013-17.

“We are intensely focused on our customers and providing solutions to their business challenges,” said Scott Murphy, Jewelers Mutual president and CEO. “Being named to Ward’s 50 again is a testament that our employees and partners continue to do so.”

The list of Ward’s 50 top performing insurance companies was released on July 17 by Ward Group, an Aon Hewitt company and the leading provider of operational and compensation benchmarking and best practices services for insurance companies. 

To develop its annual list of the top 50 performing insurance companies, Ward Group analyzes the financial performance of nearly 3,000 property-casualty insurance companies and 800 life-health insurance companies domiciled in the United States and identifies the top performers in each segment based on objective data and subjective quality measures. Each company has passed all safety and consistency screens and achieved superior performance over the five years analyzed. 

“We continue to look for new ways to evolve and strengthen our business so that we can be here for our customers when they need us the most,” added Murphy. 

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A complete list of the 2018 Ward’s 50 companies for property-casualty is located at WardInc.com.

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