Zurich Insurance Group Ltd, more commonly known as just Zurch, is Switzerland's biggest insurer. As of 2013, Zurich was the world’s 75th largest public company according to Forbes’ Global 2000s list and in 2011 it ranked 94th in Interbrands top 100 brands. The company was founded in 1872 as under the name "Versicherungs-Verein" (Insurance Association). In 2000, after a number of acquisitions, it was unified to form one holding company Zurich Financial Services.
In April 2012, Zurich Financial Services Ltd changed its name to Zurich Insurance Group Ltd. The name change reflects that in recent years Zurich has decided to concentrate on insurance.
"Keep A Meaningful Perspective” acts as a reminder to all employees of characters who died in September 11th. It was came from their surnames; John Keohane, Peggy Alario, Kathy Moran and Lud Picarro. As of 2012 they employ 60,000 employees and have a assets of $409.267 billion pounds.
- Terminal illness cover
- Insurer guarantees never to increase premium (once activated)
- Amount of cover never decreases