RGA exceeds $10 billion in annual global net premiums for the first time and is named to Forbes magazine’s 2018 Best Regarded Companies list and World’s Best Employers list.
Through four decades of steady global expansion RGA has grown to become one of the world’s largest and most highly respected reinsurers. Learn more about our history.
RGA's U.S. underwriting team reviews its 3 millionth facultative application. RGA opens a licensed branch office in Mumbai, India, where the company had been operating as a foreign reinsurer since 2002.
Anna Manning is appointed CEO, effective January 1, 2017, succeeding founding CEO Greig Woodring. Also in the year, RGA opens an office in Brazil.
RGA launches RGAX, a wholly owned subsidiary and business transformation engine, and also opens an office in Singapore.
RGA receives approval from the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) to operate a branch office in Shanghai. RGA opened a representative office in Beijing in 2005.
Forbes adds RGA to its list of "America's 50 Most Trustworthy Financial Companies".
RGA opens an office in the United Arab Emirates, providing a foothold for expansion into the Middle East.
RGA enters the FORTUNE 500, which ranks U.S.-based companies by total revenue, at #321. RGA also ranks #1 in NMG Consulting’s inaugural Global Business Capability Index; maintains #1 rank every year since.
RGA acquires North American group life, accident and health reinsurance business from ING. Also, RGA opens an office in the Netherlands.
RGA completes recapitalization and split-off from MetLife to become a fully independent company, the U.S. underwriting team reviews its 2 millionth facultative application, and RGA’s annual reinsurance premiums exceed $5 billion for the first time. Also, RGA opens an office in Germany.
RGA opens offices in France and Italy as the company expands operations in Europe.
RGA opens an office in Poland and expands in the Central and Eastern Europe markets.
RGA opens a branch office in South Korea.and a representative office in India.
RGA Technology Partners forms to develop life insurance technology solutions, including the AURA automated underwriting platform. Also during the year, RGA joins the Forbes Platinum list of the 400 Best Companies.
MetLife purchases majority stake in RGA from General American, and RGA enters Taiwan market.
RGA’s annual reinsurance premiums exceed $1 billion, and the U.S. underwriting team reviews its 1 millionth facultative application. The company opens offices in Mexico, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.
RGA launches business unit that will evolve into RGA Global Financial Solutions. The company also commences operations in Hong Kong and Japan.
Reinsurance Group of America, Incorporated (NYSE: RGA) goes public in an initial public offering.
RGA makes first of many international expansions: RGA Life Reinsurance Company of Canada.
RGA becomes the second-largest reinsurer in the U.S., with new sales volume of $23.4 billion.
Reinsurance division becomes General American's largest line of business.
Greig Woodring, future founding CEO of RGA, joins General American reinsurance division.
General American Life Insurance Company launches the life reinsurance division that is to become RGA.