Plunkett Research Online: National General Insurance Company

NATIONAL GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY (NGHC:NAS) Company Profile, Corporate Revenues, Growth, Market Size, Analysis, Business Forecasts, Market Share, Metrics, SWOT

National General Insurance Company (NGI) provides personal property and casualty insurance and insurance-related products to individuals. It is a subsidiary of National General Holdings Corporation. The firm primarily provides auto, motorcycle, commercial vehicle and recreational vehicle insurance.....



National General Insurance Company
Ticker: NGHC
Exchange: NAS
Parent Company: National General Holdings Corporation
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Phone: 212-380-9500
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Address: 59 Maiden Lane
38th Floor
New York, NY 10038 United States

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Insurance, Direct Property & Casualty
Auto Dealership & Auto Insurance
Homeowners Insurance
Roadside Assistance Services
ContactsDescription
Michael WeinerCFO/Executive VP
Donald BolarChief Accounting Officer/Senior VP
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National General Insurance Company (NGI) provides personal property and casualty insurance and insurance-related products to individuals. It is a subsidiary of National General Holdings Corporation. The firm primarily provides auto, motorcycle, commercial vehicle and recreational vehicle insurance.....See More See More

Auditor: BDO USA, LLP
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