Tokio Marine is a leading Japanese insurance company founded in 1879. It is recognised as Japan’s oldest insurer and one of the largest insurance groups in the world. The Tokio Marine Group has an international network of worldwide offices situated across Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Asia and Oceania.
Following a merger with Nichido Fire in 2004, Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited was formed. Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited, which is a member company of the TM Group.
The TM Group is committed to the continuous enhancement of corporate value with customer trust at the base of all its activities. It aims to achieve sustainable growth through well-balanced management taking into consideration social, environmental and economic aspects.
Rating AA- par STANDARD’s & POORS.
Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited has many unique strengths that significantly benefit our clients and differentiate us from our competitors.
Client satisfaction and customer trust are at the base of all our activities, reflecting our commitment to meet our clients’ specific needs.
The combination of a high AA- Standard and Poor’s rating (correct as at 27 January 2011) and the support of our parent company as one of the world’s leading commercial insurers, offers an incredibly secure financial position and provides our clients with confidence.
Committed and Experienced Staff
Our knowledge and experience and committed staff enable us to deliver effective solutions that creatively address our clients’ specific needs.
Our strong global presence provides an international exchange of knowledge and business, allowing global and local needs to be met.
Our reputation as a leading commercial insurer has been gained through solid underwriting expertise, financial strength and an excellent security rating.
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