Which insurance carrier is right for you? Compare savings, products, and quotes from Pure Companies and Ameriprise.
PURE insurance focuses on high net-worth individuals to create specialized insurance solutions. Policies are broad and flexible and tailored to individual needs. CEO Ross Buchmueller has a career that spans more than 30 years of focus on specialized property and casualty needs of high net-worth individuals and families. He was at Chubb Group for more than a decade and founded AIG’s Private Client Group, serving as its president for more than six years. In 2006, he and colleagues Martin Hartley and Jeffrey Paraschac set out to create an insurance company with a reduced conflict between shareholders and policyholders while providing exceptional coverage, service, and savings. The holding company for the PURE Group of Insurance Companies is called Privilege Underwriters. PURE stands for Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange. Pure insurance recapitalized equity investments from funds managed by Stone Point Capital, KKR and the management team in 2015. Tokio Marine Holdings Inc. bought Privilege Underwriters Inc and PURE Group for $3.1 billion in October 2019. The acquisition closed the first quarter of 2020. The company is expended to expand and diversify its international business. PURE has a 96% member retention rate and an industry-leading Net Promoter Score. The company has been growing rapidly and has a premium volume in excess of $400 million.
Founder John Tappan founded Ameriprise Financial over 125 years ago, with a mission to help Americans achieve their goals. The company was originally called Investors Syndicate. Investing $5 each, he had 1,000 clients. By 1914 his assets reached $1 million. In 1925, entrepreneur John R. Ridgeway purchased Investors Syndicate, which ended up paying out every dollar ($101 million) to certificate holders during the Great Depression (1929-1939). Assets grew from $28 million to $153 million. In 1940, Investors Syndicate entered the mutual fund market. In 1945, it entered the market with investors stock fund and investors selective fund. In 1949, Investors Syndicate changed its name to Investors Diversified Services (IDS). Investors Syndicate Life Insurance and Annuity Company was formed. Grady Clark became president in 1960 and the sales organization became a national network. In 1973, Investor Syndicate Life Insurance and Annuity Company was renamed IDS Life Insurance Company. In 1984, the American Express Company acquired IDS for $780 million. Harvey Golub became CEO of IDS Financial Services. Two years later, IDS acquired Wisconsin Employers Casualty Company of Green Bay and renamed it IDS Property Casualty Insurance Company. In 1994, IDS celebrated its 100th anniversary and $100 billion in assets. In 1995, IDS changed its name to American Express Financial Advisors (AEFA) and David Hubers was the CEO and President. In 2000 James Cracchiolo succeeded Hubers. In 2002, AEFA acquired Dynamic Ideas, LLC, the quantitative platform RiverSource Investments. AEFA acquired Threadneedle, a leading British investment firm. In 2005, Ameriprise Financial became an independent, publicly owned company and Ameriprise Financial renamed American Express Property Casualty Insurance companies to Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance and announced the RiverSource brand. The company entered the Fortune 500 at 297. In 2008, Ameriprise Financial acquired J.&W. Seligman and H&R Block Financial Advisors. During the financial crisis, Ameriprise Financial advanced $700 million to help clients with cash needs. In 2009, Ameriprise Financial partnered with Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. In 2010, Ameriprise Financial became the eighth-largest manager of long-term U.S. mutual fund assets, largely due to the acquisition of Columbia Management. In 2014, it launched the Confident Retirement® approach. The new Columbia Threadneedle Investments brand was launched in 2015. In 2017, Columbia Threadneedle Investments acquired Lionstone Investments, a real estate investment firm and also acquired Investment Professionals, Inc, a new advisor channel to serve clients of financial institutions. In 2019, the National trust bank converted to Ameriprise Bank, FSB.
Below is a list of the average rates that drivers typically pay with Pure Companies Grp and Ameriprise Group. On average, Pure Companies Grp charges approximately $184.35 per month while Ameriprise Group comes in at around $109.70 per month. For Pure Companies Grp, the cheapest state average is Massachusetts at $184.46 per month and the most expensive is Massachusetts at $184.46 per month. For Ameriprise Group, the cheapest state average is Arizona at $109.73 per month and the most expensive is Arizona at $109.73 per month.
|State||Pure Companies Grp||Ameriprise Group|
Drivers will typically get a discount if they insure multiple vehicles. Here is a list of average rates that Pure Companies Grp and Ameriprise Group typically charge for drivers who have more than 1 vehicle.
|Number of Vehicles||Pure Companies Grp||Ameriprise Group|
Drivers who own their home rather than rent can sometimes get a small discount. We found that on average Pure Companies Grp charges $171.06 per month and Ameriprise Group charges $106.97 per month for customers who own their home.
|Own/Rent||Pure Companies Grp||Ameriprise Group|
Which car insurance company is better? We've made it easy to compare companies side by side. See how Pure Companies and Ameriprise ranked among the industry ratings.
|A.M. Best Rating||A||A|
|JD Power Ranking||Better Than Most|
|NAIC Complaint Ratio||1.23|
What coverage is available through Pure Companies and Ameriprise? Both insurance companies offer Auto, Condo, Home, and RV insurance. Additional products from Ameriprise insurance also includes Health, Life, Motorcycle, Renters, and Umbrella insurance. Considering these two top insurance providers? Check out the list below. To view a full list of products that are available, visit Pure Companies Grp and Ameriprise Group Insurance page.
Pure Companies offers a wide range of discounts to its policyholders, including Central Burglar/Fire Alarm, Clean Loss History, and Gated Community discounts. In contrast, Ameriprise also offers a few discounts that Pure Companies doesn’t, including Vehicle Safety Features, Tenure, and Student Away discounts. Start taking advantage of discounts offered by insurance providers like Ameriprise and Pure Companies insurance and save yourself some money. You can review the full list of discounts that these two companies offer below.
|5% Discount on Homeowners with Flood Policy||Age of Home Discount|
|Central Burglar/Fire Alarm Discount||Claims Free Discount|
|Clean Loss History Discount||Defensive Driver Discount|
|Gated Community Discount||Education Discount|
|Impact-resistant Windows and Roofing Discount||Garaging Discount|
|Jewelry Appraisal Discount||Good Driver Discount|
|More Cars Than Drivers Discount||Multi-car Discount|
|Multiple Policy Discounts||Multi-product Discount|
|Seasonal Use Discount||Premier Safety Discount|
|Storage Discount||Protective Devices Discount|
|Student Away Discount|
|Vehicle Safety Features Discount|
The only app available for Ameriprise is for financial services and financial planning, not for home and auto.
|Pure Companies Mobile App|
|Pure Companies does not currently have a mobile app.|
|Ameriprise Mobile App|
|Ameriprise does not currently have a mobile app.|
|Pure Companies Contact Info|
|Address||PO Box 480, Elmsford, NY 10523|
|Phone||1 (888) 813-7873|
|Ameriprise Contact Info|
|Address||70100 Ameriprise Financial Center, Minneapolis, MN 55474|
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