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American Family Insurance owns a variety of companies, including Connect, The General, Homesite, and Main Street America. American Family Insurance is the ninth largest auto insurance company in the United States, and the American Family Insurance group includes more than 14 member companies, subsidiaries, and affiliates.
American Family made one of its most recent acquisitions in 2019, purchasing Ameriprise for around $1.05 billion. After the purchase, Ameriprise was renamed Connect, powered by American Family Insurance.
Companies American Family Insurance Owns
- The Main Street America Group
- The AssureStart Insurance Agency, LLC (AssureStart)
- PGC Holding Corps. and its subsidiaries, including The General
- New Ventures, LLC
- Midvale Life Insurance Company of New York
- Midvale Indemnity Company
- Homesite Group Incorporated and its subsidiaries (Homesite)
- American Standard Insurance Company of Ohio
- American Family Insurance Company
- American Family Financial Services, Inc.
- American Family Brokerage, Inc.
- American Family Life Insurance Company
- American Standard Insurance Company of Wisconsin
- American Family Mutual Insurance Company, S.I.
- AmFam, Inc.
For more information about AmFam, check out WalletHub’s complete American Family Insurance review.
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