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Transatlantic Holdings, Inc. (“TransRe”) is a leading global reinsurer headquartered in New York, New York. Since 1978 TransRe has offered clients the capacity, expertise and creativity necessary to structure programs across the full spectrum of property and casualty risks, through its principal subsidiaries Transatlantic Reinsurance Company, TransRe London Limited and TransRe Europe S.A.

TransRe was acquired by Alleghany in March 2012.


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RSUI Group, Inc. is a leading underwriter of wholesale specialty insurance based in Atlanta, Georgia. Working exclusively with wholesale brokers, RSUI provides a wide range of insurance products, including property, casualty, professional liability, and management liability coverage to thousands of companies nationwide. With a long history of commitment to wholesale specialty insurance, RSUI is focused on service and underwriting integrity. By working with a select number of wholesale producers and reinsurers, RSUI is able to provide high levels of support and service -- something critical to the specialty market.

RSUI’s underwriting expertise allows it to maintain its commitment to providing the right protection for businesses, giving them the confidence to achieve success. Because underwriting decisions are made locally, RSUI is able to quickly respond to its customers’ needs.

RSUI was acquired by Alleghany in July 2003.


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CapSpecialty, Inc. (“CapSpecialty”) underwrites a full inventory of specialty lines, including commercial property, casualty, fidelity, surety and professional lines with a focus on small business on both an admitted and non-admitted basis.

CapSpecialty’s mission is to be the preferred specialty insurance company for small and midsized businesses in the U.S.

CapSpecialty was acquired by Alleghany in January 2002.


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Alleghany Capital Corporation (“Alleghany Capital”) owns and supports a diverse portfolio of non-financial businesses.

Alleghany Capital's investments are categorized as either industrial businesses or consumer and services businesses. The industrial businesses are: (i) Precision Cutting Technologies, a holding company focused on the machine tool and consumable cutting tools sectors; (ii) R.C. Tway Company, LLC (dba Kentucky Trailer), a manufacturer of custom trailers and truck bodies for several niche end markets; (iii) WWSC Holdings, LLC, a structural steel fabricator and erector for commercial, industrial, and transportation infrastructure projects; (iv) Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc., a provider of products and services for the funeral and cemetery industries and precast concrete markets; and (v) Piedmont Manufacturing Group, LLC, a provider of injection molded and thermoformed parts and multi-component assemblies for OEM customers in the industrial, commercial, transportation, recreational, and medical end-markets. The consumer and services businesses are (i) IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC, a global provider of design, engineering, and related services to the biopharmaceutical and life sciences markets and, through its subsidiary Linesight, cost and project management services for clients in the data center, technology, and other sectors; (ii) Jazwares, LLC, a global toy and musical instrument company; and (iii) Concord Hospitality Enterprises Company, LLC, a hotel management and development company.