State Farm® Companies
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company is the largest auto insurer in the U.S. since 1942. About one of every five cars on the road is insured with State Farm. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company is a mutual insurance company and as such does not have any shareholders. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company is also the parent company of several wholly-owned subsidiaries that provide property and life insurance, banking products and mutual funds.
State Farm Life Insurance Company was founded in 1929. It is licensed to sell life insurance and annuity products in all states except Massachusetts, New York and Wisconsin.
State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company began operations in 1961 to meet special requirements for life insurance in New York, Connecticut, and Wisconsin. While licensed in Connecticut, State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company sells life insurance and annuity products only in New York and Wisconsin. State Farm Life Insurance Company and State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company have been marketing Variable Products to our customers through State Farm VP Management Corporation since 1998.
State Farm Fire and Casualty Company was formed in 1935 to provide property insurance for State Farm customers in the United States and Canada. The product lines written by State Farm Fire and Casualty Company include homeowners, boat owners and many commercial lines. The company has been the nation's largest insurer of homes since 1964.
State Farm Indemnity Company commenced business in 1991 and writes auto insurance in the state of New Jersey for the State Farm group. The company was formed to provide more accurate pricing and risk assessment in this unique market.
State Farm Guaranty Insurance Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of State Farm Indemnity Company, began writing auto insurance business in the state of New Jersey in 2006. All business written by State Farm Guaranty Insurance Company is ceded to State Farm Indemnity Company.
State Farm General Insurance Company was organized in 1962 as a property insurance affiliate. This company has evolved into the primary writer of State Farm homeowners and property liability insurance in the state of California.
State Farm Florida Insurance Company commenced business Feb. 1, 1999, and is the primary writer of homeowners and property liability insurance in the state of Florida.
State Farm Lloyds is an association of underwriters operating under the Lloyds Plan as provided in Texas law. It underwrites homeowners and commercial multiple peril insurance in that state. It began writing business in 1983. The association's insurance operations are managed by its attorney in fact, State Farm Lloyds, Inc., as required by law.
State Farm Bank®, F.S.B. received formal approval for a thrift charter from the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) in November 1998 and is generally referred to as "State Farm Bank". Its focus is on consumer-oriented financial products, complementing State Farm's insurance focus on personal lines.
State Farm Bank is a nontraditional financial institution and does not have branch offices. The bulk of direct customer interaction and product assistance is provided by State Farm agents, augmented by a telephone call center, mail and the Internet.
State Farm Investment Management Corp. (SFIMC) serves as the investment advisor for the State Farm Associate and Retail Mutual Funds and the underlying Funds offered in connection with State Farm Variable Products. In addition, SFIMC serves as the transfer agent for the State Farm Associate and Retail Mutual Funds. SFIMC has over 40 years experience managing investment company assets. State Farm VP Management Corp. (SFVPMC) serves as the broker/dealer for the State Farm Associate and Retail Mutual Funds and State Farm Variable Products.
State Farm Companies founding values is financial strength. Our recent annual report tells the story of how we're staying true to that value.
State Farm Bank, Bloomington, Illinois, is a Member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender. Insurance, annuities and securities products offered by affiliate and non-affiliate companies of State Farm Bank are not FDIC insured, are not a State Farm Bank obligation or guaranteed by State Farm Bank, and are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of principal invested.
State Farm VP Management Corp. Risk/Important Disclosures. State Farm Mutual Funds Prospectus. It is important to note that there is market risk involved when investing in mutual funds, including possible loss of principal.