Welcome to InsCEO.  InsCEO stands for Insurance company Chief Executive Officer.    

This site helps you find out how much money the head of your insurance company is making.  Just 20 years ago, insurance was a minor expense.  When you add the employer's contribution to health insurance, insurance is now the 3rd or 4th highest expense for the average family, after food, taxes, and often housing.  Whether you have these insurance companies or not, since you do business with people that do, and they have to increase their rates because of it, you too pay this new tax, the Rolex Tax.   Contact us and let us know how you feel about that.

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2010
Company CEO or Top Paid Paid Documents thomaswilsonAS
Allstate Thomas Wilson $5,899,821 2010Allstate1550
State Farm files to post  by December 2012  
Progressive  files to post
GEICO files to post
Allstate's Thomas Wilson

2006
Company CEO or Top Paid Paid Documents rust
Allstate Edward Liddy    
State Farm Edward Barry Rust, Jr. $11,662,726 SF 06-04
Progressive Robert T. Williams $12,623,521 Progr 2006
GEICO Olza M. Nicely $12,107,229 GEICO 2006
UniCare Life & Health Mark Gastineau $8,443,991 UniCare2006 State Farm's Eddy Rust

2005
Company CEO or Top Paid Paid Documents
Allstate Edward Liddy $21,620,2211 05-03 AS NE
State Farm Edward Barry Rust, Jr. $6,400,962 files corrupted
Progressive   no info  no info  no info
GEICO* Olza M. Nicely    5 $12,107,229  files corrupted
UniCare Life & Health    no info    no info    no info Geico's Olza M. Nicely

2004
Company CEO Paid Document  
Allstate Edward Liddy $29,513,645  2 04-02 AS NE ed liddy
State Farm Edward B. Rust Jr. $ 5,475,488 SF2004
Progressive William T. Forrester II $ 8,850,517 A pg 237 col. 3 NE
GEICO* Ajit Jain $ 9,982,019 A pg 234 col. 5 NE
UniCare Life & Health Thomas C. Geiser $50,743,161 A pg 240 col. 5 NY Allstate's Edward Liddy

2003  most record files corrupted.  Expected salvage before April 2013
Company CEO Paid Document  eddy
Allstate Edward Liddy $ 4,385,724 3 03-01 Allstate NE.pdf
State Farm      
Progressive      
GEICO*      
UniCare Life & Health        

2002  most record files corrupted.  Expected salvage before April 2013
Company  CEO Paid Document  
Allstate Edward Liddy $ 4,427,522 4 03-01 AllstateNE.pdf
State Farm   4695811  
Progressive Glen M. Renwick    
GEICO*      
UniCare Life & Health        

2001   most record files corrupted.  Expected salvage before April 2013
Company CEO Paid Document  
Allstate Edward Liddy $ 1,712,059 03-01 AllstateNE.pdf
State Farm      
Progressive      
GEICO*      
UniCare Life & Health        

2000  record files corrupted.  Expected salvage before April 2013
Company CEO Paid Document  
Allstate                                  
State Farm      
Progressive      
GEICO*      
UniCare Life & Health        

1999
Company CEO Paid Document  
Allstate Edward Liddy $ 3,917,633 B pg 64 col. 2
State Farm Edward B. Rust Jr. $ 1,984,494 B  pg 68 col.1
Progressive Robert J. McMillan $ 2,686,122 B  pg 67 col. 4
GEICO* Olza M. Nicely $ 9, 056,808 B  pg 65 col. 1
UniCare Life & Health Data Not Found      

A  The Insurance Forum, Vol. 32, No. 7, July 2005, Ed. Joseph Bleth Bibl.

1   2005 Reported to the U.S. Government as $  5,751,155 for that year.   On page 34 here.  SEC 

2   2004 Reported to the U.S. Government as $  7,511,770 for that year.   Same link as 1 above.

3  2003 Reported to the U.S. Government as $ 11,292,229 for that year.   Same link as 1 above.

4  2002.  Almost the same as reported to shareholders in 2004. $4,695,811, on page 18 here Allstate
 

5InsCEO does not yet have the documentation, but Business Week cites Glen Resnick with $46.4 million for 2005. Return Source  Glenn M. Renwick

B   The Insurance Forum, Vol. 27, No. 7, July 2000, Ed. Joseph Bleth  Bibl.

* Alias Notice.  GEICO is also known as and reported as the "Berkshire Hathaway Group," the investment vehicle of Warren Buffett, the world's 3d richest man.

This was probably a retirement or severance package payment, as Geiser does not appear in later declarations.  Many insurance company executives have what is called a "Golden Parachute," which pays huge amounts when they retire or even if they are firedReturn
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