Xl Fleet Corp   (XL)
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Xl Fleet Corp

Business Description

XL Capital Ltd, together with its subsidiaries , is a leading provider of insurance and reinsurance coverages and financial products and services to industrial, commercial and professional service firms, insurance companies and other enterprises on a worldwide basis. XL Capital Ltd was incorporated with limited liability under the Cayman Islands Companies Act on March 16, 1998, as EXEL Merger Company. XL Capital Ltd was formed as a result of the merger of EXEL Limited and Mid Ocean Limited on August 7, 1998, and the Company was named EXEL Limited on that date.

The Company provides commercial property and casualty insurance products on a global basis. Products generally provide tailored coverages for complex corporate risks and are divided into two categories: risk management products and specialty lines products.

Risk management products comprise global property and casualty insurance programs for large multinational companies and include umbrella liability, product recall, integrated risk and primary master property and liability coverages. Risk management products generally provide large capacity on a primary, quota share or excess of loss basis. Risk management products are targeted to large worldwide companies in major industry groups including aerospace, automotive, consumer products, pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, high technology, telecommunications, transportation and basic metals.

In North America, casualty business written is generally long tail, umbrella and high layer excess business, meaning that the Company’s liability attaches after large deductibles, including self insurance or insurance from sources other than the Company. Outside of North America, casualty business is also written on a primary basis. Policies are written on an occurrence, claims-made and occurrence reported basis. The Company’s property business written is primarily short tail in nature and written on both a primary and excess of loss basis.

Specialty lines products include professional liability insurance, environmental liability insurance, political risk insurance, aviation and satellite insurance, marine and offshore energy insurance, employment practices liability insurance, surety, specie, bloodstock, and other insurance covers including program business.

Professional liability insurance includes directors’ and officers’ liability, errors and omissions liability and employment practices liability coverages. Policies are written on both a primary and excess basis. Directors and officers coverage includes primary and excess directors’ and officers’ liability, employment practices liability, company securities, and private company directors’ and officers’ liability.

Products are targeted at a variety of different sized companies, with a heavy concentration on small to medium-sized firms when written on a primary basis. Employment practices liability is written primarily for very large corporations and covers those firms for legal liability in regard to the treatment of employees. Errors and omissions coverage is provided for certain categories of professional exposure, including brokers, architects and engineers, lawyers and real estate agents. In 2003 the Company acquired certain U.S. Design Professional operations (known as “XL Select Professional”) to expand its offerings in this area.

Environmental liability products include pollution and remediation, legal liability, general and project-specific pollution and professional liability, commercial general liability for chemical risk and commercial property redevelopment, and contractor’s pollution liability. Business is written for both single and multiple years on a primary or excess, claims-made or, less frequently, occurrence basis. Targeted industries include chemical facilities, environmental service firms, healthcare facilities, manufacturing facilities, real estate redevelopment, transportation and construction.

Reinsurance Operations

The Company provides casualty, property, property catastrophe, marine, aviation, accident and health, other specialty reinsurance and life products on a global basis with business being written on both a proportional and non-proportional basis. Business written on a non-proportional basis generally includes an indemnification of the ceding company for a portion of the losses on policies in excess of a specified loss amount. For business written on a proportional or “quota share” basis, the Company receives an agreed percentage of the premium and is liable for the same percentage of the incurred losses. The ceding company receives a commission based upon premiums ceded and may also, under certain circumstances, receive a profit commission. Reinsurance may be written on a treaty or facultative basis.


Underwriting risks for the general and life reinsurance business are evaluated using a number of factors including, but not limited to, the type and layer of risk to be assumed, the actuarial evaluation of premium adequacy, the cedent’s underwriting and claims experience, the cedent’s financial condition and claims paying rating, the exposure and/or experience with the cedent, and the line of business to be underwritten.

Financial Products and Services Operations

The Company provides insurance, reinsurance, and derivative products for complex financial risks, including financial guaranty insurance and reinsurance, weather and energy risk management products and institutional life products. Each of these transactions is unique and tailored to the specific needs of the insured or user. With the exception of weather and energy risk management transactions, these are typically multi-year transactions.


The Company competes globally in the property and casualty markets. Its competitors include the following companies and their affiliates: ACE Limited (“ACE”); American International Group, Inc. (“AIG”); Hartford Financial Services (“Hartford”); Lloyd’s of London Syndicates (“Lloyd’s”); Munchener Ruckversicherungs-Gesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft (“Munich Re”); Swiss Reinsurance Company (“Swiss Re”); The Chubb Corporation (“Chubb”); The St. Paul Companies, Inc. (“St. Paul”) and Zurich Financial Services Group (“Zurich”).

The Company’s major geographical markets for its property and casualty insurance operations are North America, Europe and Bermuda. The Company’s main competitors in each of these markets include the following:

North America – AIG, ACE, Chubb, Zurich, Travelers Property Casualty Corp., St. Paul, CNA Financial Corporation, Hartford, Factory Mutual Insurance Company and Lloyd’s.

Europe – Allianz Aktiengesellschaft, AIG, Zurich, AXA, Munich Re, The ACE Group of Companies, Lloyd’s and Swiss Re.

Bermuda – ACE, Allied World Assurance Company, Max Re Ltd, Endurance Specialty Insurance Ltd (“Endurance”), Arch Capital Group Ltd and Starr Excess Liability Insurance Co Ltd.

The principal competitors in the municipal and asset-backed insured markets include other AAA/Aaa rated and, to a lesser extent, AA/Aa rated monoline financial guarantors and multiline insurance companies and banks. These include MBIA Inc., Ambac Financial Group, Inc. (“Ambac”), Financial Guaranty Insurance Company (“FGIC”) and Financial Security Assurance Holdings Ltd (“FSA”). There are also many means by which issuers may borrow money without using third party credit enhancement.

For example, structured financings may be executed by issuing senior and subordinated tranches of debt that effectively substitutes for third party enhancement. Additionally, issuers may raise debt financing by issuing corporate debt or by borrowing from banks. Such alternatives effectively constitute a form of competition for financial guarantee insurance companies.

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