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Top 50 rank: N.A.
Rank in Insurance: Property and Casualty: 12 (Previous rank: 14*)
Overall score: 5.38

Address: 1-2-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo, Japan 100-0005
Phone: 81-3-6212-3333
Website: www.tokiomarinehd.com
Nine key attributes of reputation Industry rank
Innovation 13
People management 13
Use of corporate assets 12
Social responsibility 13
Quality of management 14
Financial soundness 13
Long-term investment 13
Quality of products/services 13
Global competitiveness 9
Most Admired
1 Berkshire Hathaway 7.78
2 Travelers Cos. 6.49
3 Munich Re Group 6.44
4 Swiss Reinsurance 6.21
5 Allianz 6.20
6 Zurich Financial Services 6.13
7 State Farm Insurance 5.95
8 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group 5.93
Contenders
Rank Company Overall score
9 Allstate 5.91
10 Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance 5.71
11 Mapfre Group 5.40
12 Millea Holdings 5.38
13 Hartford Financial Services 5.31
14 Nationwide 5.30
15 Groupama 5.03
From the March 16, 2009 issue
†Only companies that score in the top half of their industry survey are listed as Most Admired. The rest are listed as contenders.
*Designated as an international industry. Prior yearís ranks, unless otherwise noted, are ranks in the Worldís Most Admired Companies listing.
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