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									PROPERTY AND CASUALTY COMPANIES - ASSOCIATION EDITION

                                                                  ANNUAL STATEMENT
                                                                FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2009
                                                                 OF THE CONDITION AND AFFAIRS OF THE

             AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
                         NAIC Group Code           0212        0012       NAIC Company Code           23795      Employer's ID Number            02-0226203
                                                 (Current)     (Prior)
Organized under the Laws of                               COLORADO                            , State of Domicile or Port of Entry                      COLORADO
Country of Domicile                                                              United States of America

Incorporated/Organized                            11/27/1900                                       Commenced Business                                01/01/1901

Statutory Home Office                      1560 BROADWAY, SUITE 2090                          ,                                    DENVER , CO 80202
                                                (Street and Number)                                                         (City or Town, State and Zip Code)

Main Administrative Office                                                      3 BEAVER VALLEY ROAD
                                                                                   (Street and Number)
                              WILMINGTON , DE 19803-1115                                     ,                                       302-252-2000
                             (City or Town, State and Zip Code)                                                             (Area Code) (Telephone Number)

Mail Address                            3 BEAVER VALLEY ROAD                                  ,                              WILMINGTON , DE 19803-1115
                                     (Street and Number or P.O. Box)                                                        (City or Town, State and Zip Code)

Primary Location of Books and Records                                            3 BEAVER VALLEY ROAD
                                                                                    (Street and Number)
                              WILMINGTON , DE 19803-1115                                      ,                                      302-252-2000
                             (City or Town, State and Zip Code)                                                             (Area Code) (Telephone Number)

Internet Website Address                                                               www.21st.com

Statutory Statement Contact                        JOHN CHARLES PYLE                                     ,                                302-252-2060
                                                         (Name)                                                                  (Area Code) (Telephone Number)
                                 JOHN.PYLE@21ST.COM                                           ,                                       302-252-2450
                                    (E-mail Address)                                                                                 (FAX Number)

                                                                                       OFFICERS
          President & Chief                                                                          CFO, Executive VP &
           Executive Officer                  ANTHONY JAMES DESANTIS                                           Treasurer                        GLENN ALAN PFEIL
       Sr. Vice President &
                  Secretary                        ESTA LEE CAIN #

                                                                                         OTHER
    KAREN MOLLER ALEJNIKOV # Sr. Vice President                    WILLIAM DONALD LOUCKS JR. Sr. Vice President                      JAMES ANTHONY PORCARI III Sr. Vice President
    DONALD WALTER PROCOPIO Sr. Vice President                         MICHAEL ALOYSIUS BOYD Vice President                              JEFFREY JOHN DAILEY # Vice President
     SCOTT ROBERT LINDQUIST # Vice President                          NANCY LEIGH MANZANO Vice President                               RONALD GREGORY MYHAN # Vice President
      MHAYSE GOKUL SAMALYA # Vice President                          ANTHONY WIILLIAM TOMICH Vice President                           FRANK ROBERT WOUDSTRA # Vice President

                                                                           DIRECTORS OR TRUSTEES
                 JEFFREY JOHN DAILEY #                                           ANTHONY JAMES DESANTIS                                     WILLIAM DONALD LOUCKS JR.
                    GLENN ALAN PFEIL                                            JAMES ANTHONY PORCARI III                                   DONALD WALTER PROCOPIO
                MHAYSE GOKUL SAMALYA #                                         FRANK ROBERT WOUDSTRA #


State of                             Delaware
                                                                         SS:
County of                           New Castle


The officers of this reporting entity being duly sworn, each depose and say that they are the described officers of said reporting entity, and that on the reporting period stated above,
all of the herein described assets were the absolute property of the said reporting entity, free and clear from any liens or claims thereon, except as herein stated, and that this
statement, together with related exhibits, schedules and explanations therein contained, annexed or referred to, is a full and true statement of all the assets and liabilities and of the
condition and affairs of the said reporting entity as of the reporting period stated above, and of its income and deductions therefrom for the period ended, and have been completed
in accordance with the NAIC Annual Statement Instructions and Accounting Practices and Procedures manual except to the extent that: (1) state law may differ; or, (2) that state
rules or regulations require differences in reporting not related to accounting practices and procedures, according to the best of their information, knowledge and belief,
respectively. Furthermore, the scope of this attestation by the described officers also includes the related corresponding electronic filing with the NAIC, when required, that is an
exact copy (except for formatting differences due to electronic filing) of the enclosed statement. The electronic filing may be requested by various regulators in lieu of or in addition
to the enclosed statement.




          ANTHONY JAMES DESANTIS                                                      ESTA LEE CAIN                                                GLENN ALAN PFEIL
        President & Chief Executive Officer                                    Sr. Vice President & Secretary                                  CFO, Executive VP & Treasurer

                                                                                                     a. Is this an original filing?                       Yes [ X ] No [    ]
Subscribed and sworn to before me this                                                               b. If no,
         8           day of                               February 2010                                 1. State the amendment number
                                                                                                        2. Date filed
                                                                                                        3. Number of pages attached
Marion Deldeo
Notary Public
1/12/2011
         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY

                                                                                      ASSETS
                                                                                                            Current Year                             Prior Year
                                                                                                  1              2                     3                  4
                                                                                                                              Net Admitted Assets   Net Admitted
                                                                                                Assets   Nonadmitted Assets       (Cols. 1 - 2)       Assets
   1.   Bonds (Schedule D)
   2.   Stocks (Schedule D):
        2.1 Preferred stocks
        2.2 Common stocks
   3.   Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B):
        3.1 First liens
        3.2 Other than first liens
   4.   Real estate (Schedule A):
        4.1 Properties occupied by the company (less $
              encumbrances)
        4.2 Properties held for the production of income (less
              $                              encumbrances)
        4.3 Properties held for sale (less $
              encumbrances)
   5.   Cash ($                                  , Schedule E - Part 1), cash equivalents
         ($                             , Schedule E - Part 2) and short-term
          investments ($                                  , Schedule DA)
   6.   Contract loans (including $                                   premium notes)
   7.   Other invested assets (Schedule BA)
   8.   Receivable for securities
   9.   Aggregate write-ins for invested assets
  10.   Subtotals, cash and invested assets (Lines 1 to 9)
  11.   Title plants less $                               charged off (for Title insurers
        only)
  12.   Investment income due and accrued
  13.   Premiums and considerations:
        13.1 Uncollected premiums and agents' balances in the course of collection
        13.2 Deferred premiums, agents' balances and installments booked but
                  deferred and not yet due (including $
                  earned but unbilled premiums)
        13.3 Accrued retrospective premiums
  14.   Reinsurance:
        14.1 Amounts recoverable from reinsurers
        14.2 Funds held by or deposited with reinsured companies
        14.3 Other amounts receivable under reinsurance contracts
  15.   Amounts receivable relating to uninsured plans
  16.1 Current federal and foreign income tax recoverable and interest thereon
  16.2 Net deferred tax asset
  17.   Guaranty funds receivable or on deposit
  18.   Electronic data processing equipment and software
  19.   Furniture and equipment, including health care delivery assets
              ($                             )
  20.   Net adjustment in assets and liabilities due to foreign exchange rates
  21.   Receivables from parent, subsidiaries and affiliates
  22.   Health care ($                                ) and other amounts receivable
  23.   Aggregate write-ins for other than invested assets
  24.   Total assets excluding Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and
         Protected Cell Accounts (Lines 10 to 23)
  25.   From Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell
         Accounts
  26.   Total (Lines 24 and 25)
        DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0901.
0902.
0903.
0998.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page
0999.   Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998)(Line 9 above)
2301.
2302.
2303.
2398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 23 from overflow page
2399.   Totals (Lines 2301 thru 2303 plus 2398)(Line 23 above)




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         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY
                                     LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER FUNDS
                                                                                                                                     1              2
                                                                                                                                Current Year   Prior Year
   1.   Losses (Part 2A, Line 35, Column 8)
   2.   Reinsurance payable on paid losses and loss adjustment expenses (Schedule F, Part 1, Column 6)
   3.   Loss adjustment expenses (Part 2A, Line 35, Column 9)
   4.   Commissions payable, contingent commissions and other similar charges
   5.   Other expenses (excluding taxes, licenses and fees)
   6.   Taxes, licenses and fees (excluding federal and foreign income taxes)
   7.1 Current federal and foreign income taxes (including $                              on realized capital gains (losses))
   7.2 Net deferred tax liability
   8.   Borrowed money $                                   and interest thereon $
   9.   Unearned premiums (Part 1A, Line 38, Column 5) (after deducting unearned premiums for ceded reinsurance of
         $                              and including warranty reserves of $                           )
  10.   Advance premium
  11.   Dividends declared and unpaid:
        11.1 Stockholders
        11.2 Policyholders
  12.   Ceded reinsurance premiums payable (net of ceding commissions)
  13.   Funds held by company under reinsurance treaties (Schedule F, Part 3, Column 19)
  14.   Amounts withheld or retained by company for account of others
  15.   Remittances and items not allocated
  16.   Provision for reinsurance (Schedule F, Part 7)
  17.   Net adjustments in assets and liabilities due to foreign exchange rates
  18.   Drafts outstanding
  19.   Payable to parent, subsidiaries and affiliates
  20.   Payable for securities
  21.   Liability for amounts held under uninsured plans
  22.   Capital notes $                               and interest thereon $
  23.   Aggregate write-ins for liabilities
  24.   Total liabilities excluding protected cell liabilities (Lines 1 through 23)
  25.   Protected cell liabilities
  26.   Total liabilities (Lines 24 and 25)
  27.   Aggregate write-ins for special surplus funds
  28.   Common capital stock
  29.   Preferred capital stock
  30.   Aggregate write-ins for other than special surplus funds
  31.   Surplus notes
  32.   Gross paid in and contributed surplus
  33.   Unassigned funds (surplus)
  34.   Less treasury stock, at cost:
        34.1                              shares common (value included in Line 28 $                                )
        34.2                              shares preferred (value included in Line 29 $                             )
  35.   Surplus as regards policyholders (Lines 27 to 33, less 34) (Page 4, Line 39)
  36.   TOTALS (Page 2, Line 26, Col. 3)
        DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
2301.
2302.
2303.
2398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 23 from overflow page
2399.   Totals (Lines 2301 thru 2303 plus 2398)(Line 23 above)
2701.
2702.
2703.
2798.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 27 from overflow page
2799.   Totals (Lines 2701 thru 2703 plus 2798)(Line 27 above)
3001.
3002.
3003.
3098.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 30 from overflow page
3099.   Totals (Lines 3001 thru 3003 plus 3098)(Line 30 above)




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         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY
                                                           STATEMENT OF INCOME
                                                                                                                                           1              2
                                                                                                                                      Current Year   Prior Year
                                                          UNDERWRITING INCOME
   1.   Premiums earned (Part 1, Line 35, Column 4)
                                                                DEDUCTIONS:
   2.   Losses incurred (Part 2, Line 35, Column 7)
   3.   Loss adjustment expenses incurred (Part 3, Line 25, Column 1)
   4.   Other underwriting expenses incurred (Part 3, Line 25, Column 2)
   5.   Aggregate write-ins for underwriting deductions
   6.   Total underwriting deductions (Lines 2 through 5)
   7.   Net income of protected cells
   8.   Net underwriting gain or (loss) (Line 1 minus Line 6 plus Line 7)
                                                           INVESTMENT INCOME
   9.   Net investment income earned (Exhibit of Net Investment Income, Line 17)
  10.   Net realized capital gains or (losses) less capital gains tax of $                         (Exhibit of Capital
        Gains (Losses) )
  11.   Net investment gain (loss) (Lines 9 + 10)
                                                               OTHER INCOME
  12.   Net gain or (loss) from agents’ or premium balances charged off (amount recovered
         $                              amount charged off $                             )
  13.   Finance and service charges not included in premiums
  14.   Aggregate write-ins for miscellaneous income
  15.   Total other income (Lines 12 through 14)
  16.   Net income before dividends to policyholders, after capital gains tax and before all other federal and foreign income taxes
         (Lines 8 + 11 + 15)
  17.   Dividends to policyholders
  18.   Net income, after dividends to policyholders, after capital gains tax and before all other federal and foreign income taxes
         (Line 16 minus Line 17)
  19.   Federal and foreign income taxes incurred
  20.   Net income (Line 18 minus Line 19)(to Line 22)
                                                    CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ACCOUNT
  21.   Surplus as regards policyholders, December 31 prior year (Page 4, Line 39, Column 2)
  22.   Net income (from Line 20)
  23.   Net transfers (to) from Protected Cell accounts
  24.   Change in net unrealized capital gains or (losses) less capital gains tax of $
  25.   Change in net unrealized foreign exchange capital gain (loss)
  26.   Change in net deferred income tax
  27.   Change in nonadmitted assets (Exhibit of Nonadmitted Assets, Line 26, Col. 3)
  28.   Change in provision for reinsurance (Page 3, Line 16, Column 2 minus Column 1)
  29.   Change in surplus notes
  30.   Surplus (contributed to) withdrawn from protected cells
  31.   Cumulative effect of changes in accounting principles
  32.   Capital changes:
        32.1 Paid in
        32.2 Transferred from surplus (Stock Dividend)
        32.3 Transferred to surplus
  33.   Surplus adjustments:
        33.1 Paid in
        33.2 Transferred to capital (Stock Dividend)
        33.3 Transferred from capital
  34.   Net remittances from or (to) Home Office
  35.   Dividends to stockholders
  36.   Change in treasury stock (Page 3, Lines 34.1 and 34.2, Column 2 minus Column 1)
  37.   Aggregate write-ins for gains and losses in surplus
  38.   Change in surplus as regards policyholders for the year (Lines 22 through 37)
  39.   Surplus as regards policyholders, December 31 current year (Line 21 plus Line 38) (Page 3, Line 35)
        DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0501.
0502.
0503.
0598.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 5 from overflow page
0599.   Totals (Lines 0501 thru 0503 plus 0598)(Line 5 above)
1401.
1402.
1403.
1498.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 14 from overflow page
1499.   Totals (Lines 1401 thru 1403 plus 1498)(Line 14 above)
3701.
3702.
3703.
3798.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 37 from overflow page
3799.   Totals (Lines 3701 thru 3703 plus 3798)(Line 37 above)




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          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                               COMPANY
                                                                           CASH FLOW
                                                                                                                                    1             2

                                                                                                                               Current Year   Prior Year

                                                           Cash from Operations

    1.   Premiums collected net of reinsurance

    2.   Net investment income

    3.   Miscellaneous income

    4.   Total (Lines 1 through 3)

    5.   Benefit and loss related payments

    6.   Net transfers to Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell Accounts

    7.   Commissions, expenses paid and aggregate write-ins for deductions

    8.   Dividends paid to policyholders

    9.   Federal and foreign income taxes paid (recovered) net of $                            tax on capital gains (losses)

   10.   Total (Lines 5 through 9)

   11.   Net cash from operations (Line 4 minus Line 10)



                                                           Cash from Investments

   12.   Proceeds from investments sold, matured or repaid:

         12.1 Bonds

         12.2 Stocks

         12.3 Mortgage loans

         12.4 Real estate

         12.5 Other invested assets

         12.6 Net gains or (losses) on cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments

         12.7 Miscellaneous proceeds

         12.8 Total investment proceeds (Lines 12.1 to 12.7)

   13.   Cost of investments acquired (long-term only):

         13.1 Bonds

         13.2 Stocks

         13.3 Mortgage loans

         13.4 Real estate

         13.5 Other invested assets

         13.6 Miscellaneous applications

         13.7 Total investments acquired (Lines 13.1 to 13.6)

   14.   Net increase (decrease) in contract loans and premium notes

   15.   Net cash from investments (Line 12.8 minus Line 13.7 minus Line 14)



                                              Cash from Financing and Miscellaneous Sources

   16.   Cash provided (applied):

         16.1 Surplus notes, capital notes

         16.2 Capital and paid in surplus, less treasury stock

         16.3 Borrowed funds

         16.4 Net deposits on deposit-type contracts and other insurance liabilities

         16.5 Dividends to stockholders

         16.6 Other cash provided (applied)

   17.   Net cash from financing and miscellaneous sources (Lines 16.1 to 16.4 minus Line 16.5 plus Line 16.6)



                        RECONCILIATION OF CASH, CASH EQUIVALENTS AND SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS

   18.   Net change in cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments (Line 11, plus Lines 15 and 17)

   19.   Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments:

         19.1 Beginning of year

         19.2 End of period (Line 18 plus Line 19.1)


Note: Supplemental disclosures of cash flow information for non-cash transactions:




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          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                               COMPANY
                                    UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                     PART 1 - PREMIUMS EARNED
                                                                                      1                     2                      3                   4
                                                                                                   Unearned Premiums      Unearned Premiums
                                                                                Net Premiums       Dec. 31 Prior Year -     Dec. 31 Current    Premiums Earned
                                                                                  Written per          per Col. 3,         Year - per Col. 5      During Year
                                           Line of Business                    Column 6, Part 1B    Last Year’s Part 1         Part 1A          (Cols. 1 + 2 - 3)

     1.     Fire

     2.     Allied lines

     3.     Farmowners multiple peril

     4.     Homeowners multiple peril

     5.     Commercial multiple peril

     6.     Mortgage guaranty

     8.     Ocean marine

     9.     Inland marine

   10.      Financial guaranty

   11.1     Medical professional liability - occurrence

   11.2     Medical professional liability - claims-made

   12.      Earthquake

   13.      Group accident and health

   14.      Credit accident and health (group and individual)

   15.      Other accident and health

   16.      Workers'compensation

   17.1     Other liability - occurrence

   17.2     Other liability - claims-made

   17.3     Excess workers'compensation

   18.1     Products liability - occurrence

   18.2     Products liability - claims-made

19.1, 19.2 Private passenger auto liability

19.3, 19.4 Commercial auto liability

   21.      Auto physical damage

   22.      Aircraft (all perils)

   23.      Fidelity

   24.      Surety

   26.      Burglary and theft

   27.      Boiler and machinery

   28.      Credit

   29.      International

   30.      Warranty

   31.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Property

   32.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Liability

   33.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Financial Lines

   34.      Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business

   35.      TOTALS

            DETAILS OF WRITE-INS

 3401.

 3402.

 3403.

 3498.      Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 34 from overflow page

 3499.      Totals (Lines 3401 thru 3403 plus 3498)(Line 34 above)




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            ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                 COMPANY


                                     UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                            PART 1A - RECAPITULATION OF ALL PREMIUMS
                                                                       1                     2                     3                      4                   5
                                                                                                                                  Reserve for Rate
                                                                Amount Unearned      Amount Unearned                                 Credits and
                                                               (Running One Year    (Running More Than                             Retrospective      Total Reserve for
                                                                or Less from Date     One Year from        Earned But Unbilled   Adjustments Based   Unearned Premiums
                               Line of Business                    of Policy) (a)    Date of Policy) (a)        Premium            on Experience      Cols. 1 + 2 + 3 + 4
      1.     Fire
      2.     Allied lines
      3.     Farmowners multiple peril
      4.     Homeowners multiple peril
      5.     Commercial multiple peril
      6.     Mortgage guaranty
      8.     Ocean marine
      9.     Inland marine
     10.     Financial guaranty
     11.1    Medical professional liability - occurrence
     11.2    Medical professional liability - claims-made
     12.     Earthquake
     13.     Group accident and health
     14.     Credit accident and health (group and
              individual)
     15.     Other accident and health
     16.     Workers'compensation
     17.1    Other liability - occurrence
     17.2    Other liability - claims-made




                                                           NONE
     17.3    Excess workers'compensation
     18.1    Products liability - occurrence
     18.2    Products liability - claims-made
 19.1, 19.2 Private passenger auto liability
 19.3, 19.4 Commercial auto liability
     21.     Auto physical damage
     22.     Aircraft (all perils)
     23.     Fidelity
     24.     Surety
     26.     Burglary and theft
     27.     Boiler and machinery
     28.     Credit
     29.     International
     30.     Warranty
     31.     Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed
              Property
     32.     Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed
              Liability
     33.     Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed
              Financial Lines
     34.     Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business
     35.     TOTALS

     36.     Accrued retrospective premiums based on experience
     37.     Earned but unbilled premiums
     38.     Balance (Sum of Line 35 through 37)

             DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
   3401.
   3402.
   3403.
   3498.     Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 34
              from overflow page
   3499.     Totals (Lines 3401 thru 3403 plus 3498)(Line
              34 above)
(a) State here basis of computation used in each case




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            ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                 COMPANY
                                        UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                         PART 1B - PREMIUMS WRITTEN
                                                                 1                   Reinsurance Assumed                     Reinsurance Ceded                    6
                                                                                     2                 3                    4                 5             Net Premiums
                                                                                                                                                               Written
                            Line of Business             Direct Business (a)   From Affiliates   From Non-Affiliates   To Affiliates   To Non-Affiliates   Cols. 1+2+3-4-5

       1.       Fire

       2.       Allied lines

       3.       Farmowners multiple peril

       4.       Homeowners multiple peril

       5.       Commercial multiple peril

       6.       Mortgage guaranty

       8.       Ocean marine

       9.       Inland marine

      10.       Financial guaranty

      11.1      Medical professional liability -
                 occurrence

      11.2      Medical professional liability -
                 claims-made

      12.       Earthquake

      13.       Group accident and health

      14.       Credit accident and health (group
                 and individual)

      15.       Other accident and health

      16.       Workers'compensation

      17.1      Other liability - occurrence

      17.2      Other liability - claims-made

      17.3      Excess workers'compensation

      18.1      Products liability - occurrence

      18.2      Products liability - claims-made

  19.1, 19.2    Private passenger auto liability

  19.3, 19.4    Commercial auto liability

      21.       Auto physical damage

      22.       Aircraft (all perils)

      23.       Fidelity

      24.       Surety

      26.       Burglary and theft

      27.       Boiler and machinery

      28.       Credit

      29.       International

      30.       Warranty

      31.       Reinsurance - Nonproportional
                 Assumed Property                               XXX

      32.       Reinsurance - Nonproportional
                 Assumed Liability                              XXX

      33.       Reinsurance - Nonproportional
                 Assumed Financial Lines                        XXX

      34.       Aggregate write-ins for other lines of
                 business

      35.       TOTALS

                DETAILS OF WRITE-INS

    3401.

    3402.

    3403.

    3498.       Summary of remaining write-ins for
                 Line 34 from overflow page

    3499.       Totals (Lines 3401 thru 3403 plus
                 3498)(Line 34 above)

                    s
(a) Does the company' direct premiums written include premiums recorded on an installment basis?

   If yes: 1. The amount of such installment premiums $

             2. Amount at which such installment premiums would have been reported had they been reported on an annualized basis $




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                                                                          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                                               COMPANY
                                                                                      UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                        PART 2 - LOSSES PAID AND INCURRED
                                                                                                                       Losses Paid Less Salvage                                  5                    6                   7                     8
                                                                                                       1                2                    3              4                                                                            Percentage of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Losses Incurred
                                                                                                                                                                         Net Losses Unpaid                         Losses Incurred     (Col. 7, Part 2) to
                                                                                                                   Reinsurance         Reinsurance    Net Payments          Current Year       Net Losses Unpaid    Current Year       Premiums Earned
                                                            Line of Business                     Direct Business    Assumed             Recovered    (Cols. 1 + 2 -3 )    (Part 2A , Col. 8)       Prior Year      (Cols. 4 + 5 - 6)     (Col. 4, Part 1)
          1.     Fire
          2.     Allied lines
          3.     Farmowners multiple peril
          4.     Homeowners multiple peril
          5.     Commercial multiple peril
          6.     Mortgage guaranty
          8.     Ocean marine
          9.     Inland marine
        10.      Financial guaranty
        11.1     Medical professional liability - occurrence
        11.2     Medical professional liability - claims-made
        12.      Earthquake
        13.      Group accident and health
        14.      Credit accident and health (group and individual)
        15.      Other accident and health
        16.      Workers'   compensation
        17.1     Other liability - occurrence
        17.2     Other liability - claims-made
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        17.3     Excess workers'     compensation
        18.1     Products liability - occurrence
        18.2     Products liability - claims-made
    19.1, 19.2   Private passenger auto liability
    19.3, 19.4   Commercial auto liability
        21.      Auto physical damage
        22.      Aircraft (all perils)
        23.      Fidelity
        24.      Surety
        26.      Burglary and theft
        27.      Boiler and machinery
        28.      Credit
        29.      International
        30.      Warranty
        31.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Property                                       XXX
        32.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Liability                                      XXX
        33.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Financial Lines                                XXX
        34.      Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business
        35.      TOTALS
                 DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3401.
     3402.
     3403.
     3498.       Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 34 from overflow page
     3499.       Totals (Lines 3401 thru 3403 plus 3498)(Line 34 above)
                                                                              ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                                                   COMPANY
                                                                                                       UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                       PART 2A - UNPAID LOSSES AND LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSES
                                                                                                                    Reported Losses                                            Incurred But Not Reported                           8                    9
                                                                                                1               2                    3                   4              5                  6                   7
                                                                                                                            Deduct Reinsurance
                                                                                                                             Recoverable from    Net Losses Excl.
                                                                                                                              Authorized and     Incurred But Not                                                                                   Net Unpaid
                                                                                                            Reinsurance        Unauthorized          Reported                        Reinsurance           Reinsurance    Net Losses Unpaid       Loss Adjustment
                                                    Line of Business                          Direct         Assumed            Companies         (Cols. 1 + 2 - 3)   Direct          Assumed                Ceded        (Cols. 4 + 5 + 6 - 7)      Expenses
             1.     Fire
             2.     Allied lines
             3.     Farmowners multiple peril
             4.     Homeowners multiple peril
             5.     Commercial multiple peril
             6.     Mortgage guaranty
             8.     Ocean marine
             9.     Inland marine
           10.      Financial guaranty
           11.1     Medical professional liability - occurrence
           11.2     Medical professional liability - claims-made
           12.      Earthquake
           13.      Group accident and health                                                                                                                                                                            (a)
           14.      Credit accident and health (group and individual)
           15.      Other accident and health                                                                                                                                                                            (a)
           16.      Workers'   compensation
           17.1     Other liability - occurrence
           17.2     Other liability - claims-made
10




           17.3     Excess workers'     compensation
           18.1     Products liability - occurrence
           18.2     Products liability - claims-made
       19.1, 19.2   Private passenger auto liability
       19.3, 19.4   Commercial auto liability
           21.      Auto physical damage
           22.      Aircraft (all perils)
           23.      Fidelity
           24.      Surety
           26.      Burglary and theft
           27.      Boiler and machinery
           28.      Credit
           29.      International
           30.      Warranty
           31.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Property                            XXX                                                                     XXX
           32.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Liability                           XXX                                                                     XXX
           33.      Reinsurance - Nonproportional Assumed Financial Lines                     XXX                                                                     XXX
           34.      Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business
           35.      TOTALS
                    DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
          3401.
          3402.
          3403.
          3498.      Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 34 from overflow page
          3499.      Totals (Lines 3401 thru 3403 plus 3498)(Line 34 above)
     (a) Including $                            for present value of life indemnity claims.
          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                               COMPANY
                                   UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                              PART 3 - EXPENSES
                                                                                            1                       2              3               4

                                                                                      Loss Adjustment     Other Underwriting   Investment
                                                                                         Expenses             Expenses          Expenses          Total
    1.   Claim adjustment services:
         1.1 Direct
         1.2 Reinsurance assumed
         1.3 Reinsurance ceded
         1.4 Net claim adjustment service (1.1 + 1.2 - 1.3)
    2.   Commission and brokerage:
         2.1 Direct excluding contingent
         2.2 Reinsurance assumed excluding contingent
         2.3 Reinsurance ceded excluding contingent
         2.4 Contingent - direct
         2.5 Contingent - reinsurance assumed
         2.6 Contingent - reinsurance ceded
         2.7 Policy and membership fees
         2.8 Net commission and brokerage (2.1 + 2.2 - 2.3 + 2.4 + 2.5 - 2.6 + 2.7)
    3.   Allowances to managers and agents
    4.   Advertising
    5.   Boards, bureaus and associations
    6.   Surveys and underwriting reports
    7.   Audit of assureds’ records
    8.   Salary and related items:
         8.1 Salaries
         8.2 Payroll taxes
    9.   Employee relations and welfare
   10.   Insurance
   11.   Directors’ fees
   12.   Travel and travel items
   13.   Rent and rent items
   14.   Equipment
   15.   Cost or depreciation of EDP equipment and software
   16.   Printing and stationery
   17.   Postage, telephone and telegraph, exchange and express
   18.   Legal and auditing
   19.   Totals (Lines 3 to 18)
   20.   Taxes, licenses and fees:
         20.1 State and local insurance taxes deducting guaranty association
              credits of $
         20.2 Insurance department licenses and fees
         20.3 Gross guaranty association assessments
         20.4 All other (excluding federal and foreign income and real estate)
         20.5 Total taxes, licenses and fees (20.1 + 20.2 + 20.3 + 20.4)
   21.   Real estate expenses
   22.   Real estate taxes
   23.   Reimbursements by uninsured plans
   24.   Aggregate write-ins for miscellaneous expenses
   25.   Total expenses incurred                                                                                                            (a)

   26.   Less unpaid expenses - current year
   27.   Add unpaid expenses - prior year
   28.   Amounts receivable relating to uninsured plans, prior year
   29.   Amounts receivable relating to uninsured plans, current year
   30.   TOTAL EXPENSES PAID (Lines 25 - 26 + 27 - 28 + 29)
         DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
 2401.
 2402.                     !"
 2403.
 2498. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 24 from overflow page
 2499. Totals (Lines 2401 thru 2403 plus 2498)(Line 24 above)
(a) Includes management fees of $                               to affiliates and $                     to non-affiliates.




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           ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                COMPANY
                                        EXHIBIT OF NET INVESTMENT INCOME
                                                                                                                                                  1                        2
                                                                                                                                        Collected During Year      Earned During Year
  1.     U.S. Government bonds                                                                                                          (a)
  1.1    Bonds exempt from U.S. tax                                                                                                     (a)
  1.2    Other bonds (unaffiliated)                                                                                                     (a)
  1.3    Bonds of affiliates                                                                                                            (a)
  2.1    Preferred stocks (unaffiliated)                                                                                                (b)
  2.11   Preferred stocks of affiliates                                                                                                 (b)
  2.2    Common stocks (unaffiliated)
  2.21   Common stocks of affiliates
  3.     Mortgage loans                                                                                                                 (c)
  4.     Real estate                                                                                                                    (d)
  5      Contract loans
  6      Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments                                                                              (e)
  7      Derivative instruments                                                                                                         (f)
  8.     Other invested assets
  9.     Aggregate write-ins for investment income
 10.     Total gross investment income
 11.     Investment expenses                                                                                                                                      (g)
 12.     Investment taxes, licenses and fees, excluding federal income taxes                                                                                      (g)
 13.     Interest expense                                                                                                                                         (h)
 14.     Depreciation on real estate and other invested assets                                                                                                    (i)
 15.     Aggregate write-ins for deductions from investment income
 16.     Total deductions (Lines 11 through 15)
 17.     Net investment income (Line 10 minus Line 16)
         DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
 0901.
 0902.
 0903.
 0998.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page
 0999.   Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998) (Line 9, above)
 1501.
 1502.
 1503.
 1598.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 15 from overflow page
 1599.   Totals (Lines 1501 thru 1503 plus 1598) (Line 15, above)



(a) Includes $                     accrual of discount less $                   amortization of premium and less $                            paid for accrued interest on purchases.

(b) Includes $                     accrual of discount less $                   amortization of premium and less $                            paid for accrued dividends on purchases.

(c) Includes $                     accrual of discount less $                   amortization of premium and less $                            paid for accrued interest on purchases.

(d) Includes $                      for company’s occupancy of its own buildings; and excludes $                        interest on encumbrances.

(e) Includes $                     accrual of discount less $                   amortization of premium and less $                            paid for accrued interest on purchases.

(f) Includes $                     accrual of discount less $                    amortization of premium.

(g) Includes $.                   investment expenses and $                        investment taxes, licenses and fees, excluding federal income taxes, attributable to
      segregated and Separate Accounts.

(h) Includes $                     interest on surplus notes and $                     interest on capital notes.

(i) Includes $                      depreciation on real estate and $                     depreciation on other invested assets.




                                         EXHIBIT OF CAPITAL GAINS (LOSSES)
                                                                         1                       2                       3                           4                      5



                                                                                                               Total Realized Capital       Change in             Change in Unrealized
                                                                Realized Gain (Loss)      Other Realized            Gain (Loss)          Unrealized Capital        Foreign Exchange
                                                                On Sales or Maturity       Adjustments            (Columns 1 + 2)           Gain (Loss)            Capital Gain (Loss)
  1.      U.S. Government bonds
  1.1     Bonds exempt from U.S. tax
  1.2     Other bonds (unaffiliated)
  1.3     Bonds of affiliates
  2.1     Preferred stocks (unaffiliated)
  2.11    Preferred stocks of affiliates
  2.2     Common stocks (unaffiliated)
  2.21    Common stocks of affiliates
  3.      Mortgage loans
  4.      Real estate
  5.      Contract loans
  6.      Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments
  7.      Derivative instruments
  8.      Other invested assets
  9.      Aggregate write-ins for capital gains (losses)
 10.      Total capital gains (losses)
          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
 0901.
 0902.
 0903.
 0998.    Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from
           overflow page
 0999.    Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998) (Line 9,
           above)




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         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY
                                                  EXHIBIT OF NON-ADMITTED ASSETS
                                                                                                                1                     2                      3
                                                                                                                                                    Change in Total
                                                                                                         Current Year Total    Prior Year Total    Nonadmitted Assets
                                                                                                        Nonadmitted Assets    Nonadmitted Assets     (Col. 2 - Col. 1)
   1.   Bonds (Schedule D)
   2.   Stocks (Schedule D):
        2.1 Preferred stocks
        2.2 Common stocks
   3.   Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B):
        3.1 First liens
        3.2 Other than first liens
   4.   Real estate (Schedule A):
        4.1 Properties occupied by the company
        4.2 Properties held for the production of income
        4.3 Properties held for sale
   5.   Cash (Schedule E - Part 1), cash equivalents (Schedule E - Part 2) and short-term investments
         (Schedule DA)
   6.   Contract loans
   7.   Other invested assets (Schedule BA)
   8.   Receivables for securities
   9.   Aggregate write-ins for invested assets
  10.   Subtotals, cash and invested assets (Lines 1 to 9)
  11.   Title plants (for Title insurers only)
  12.   Investment income due and accrued
  13.   Premiums and considerations:
        13.1 Uncollected premiums and agents'balances in the course of collection
        13.2 Deferred premiums, agents'balances and installments booked but deferred and not yet due
        13.3 Accrued retrospective premiums
  14.   Reinsurance:
        14.1 Amounts recoverable from reinsurers
        14.2 Funds held by or deposited with reinsured companies
        14.3 Other amounts receivable under reinsurance contracts
  15.   Amounts receivable relating to uninsured plans
  16.1 Current federal and foreign income tax recoverable and interest thereon
  16.2 Net deferred tax asset
  17.   Guaranty funds receivable or on deposit
  18.   Electronic data processing equipment and software
  19.   Furniture and equipment, including health care delivery assets
  20.   Net adjustment in assets and liabilities due to foreign exchange rates
  21.   Receivables from parent, subsidiaries and affiliates
  22.   Health care and other amounts receivable
  23.   Aggregate write-ins for other than invested assets
  24.   Total assets excluding Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell Accounts
         (Lines 10 to 23)
  25.   From Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell Accounts
  26.   Total (Lines 24 and 25)
        DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0901.
0902.
0903.
0998.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page
0999.   Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998)(Line 9 above)
2301.
2302.
2303.
2398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 23 from overflow page
2399.   Totals (Lines 2301 thru 2303 plus 2398)(Line 23 above)




                                                                                      13
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                     COMPANY

                                     NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
1.   SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

A.   Accounting Practices

     The accompanying financial statements of the American International Pacific Insurance Company (the Company or AIP) have been
     prepared in conformity with accounting practices prescribed or permitted and the Colorado Division of Insurance.

     The Colorado Division of Insurance requires that insurance companies domiciled in the state of Colorado prepare their statutory
     financial statements in accordance with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners'(NAIC) Accounting Practices and
     Procedures Manual (NAIC SAP) subject to certain deviations prescribed or permitted by the state of Colorado Division of Insurance.

     A reconciliation of the Company’s net income and policyholders’ surplus between NAIC SAP and practices prescribed or permitted by
     the state of Colorado is shown below:


                                                                             2009                  2008
               1. Net income, Colorado basis                        $          2,936,446    $        1,357,312

               2. Effect of Colorado prescribed practices                              0                       0

               3. Effect of Colorado permitted practices                               0                       0

               4. Net income, NAIC SAP basis                        $          2,936,446    $         1,357,312


                                                                            12/31/09             12/31/08
               5. Policyholders'surplus, Colorado basis             $          37,908,878   $       35,401,554

               6. Effect of Colorado prescribed practices                              0                       0

               7. Effect of Colorado permitted practices                               0                       0

               8. Policyholders'surplus, NAIC SAP basis             $         37,908,878    $        35,401,554


B.   Use of Estimates in the Preparation of the Financial Statements

     The preparation of financial statements in conformity with NAIC Statutory Accounting Principles requires management to make
     estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities. It also requires disclosure of contingent assets
     and liabilities at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenue and expenses during the period. Actual
     results could differ from those estimates.

C.   Accounting Policies

     Premiums written are primarily earned on a pro-rata basis over the terms of the policies to which they relate. Accordingly, unearned
     premiums represent the portion of premiums written which is applicable to the unexpired terms of policies in force. Ceded premiums are
     amortized into income over the contract period in proportion to the protection received.

     Commissions, premium taxes, and certain other underwriting expenses related to premiums written are charged to income at the time
     the premiums are written and are included in “Other underwriting expenses incurred.”

     In addition the Company uses the following accounting policies:

     1.   Short-term investments are carried at cost, which approximates market, and have original maturities of greater than three months
          and less than one year at the date of acquisition. Such highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less at
          the date of acquisition are classified as cash equivalents.

     2.   Bonds not backed by other loans are carried at amortized cost except for those with a NAIC designation of “3” through “6”. Bonds
          with a NAIC 3 through 6 rating are carried at the lower of amortized cost or fair value with a charge to unrealized investment
          losses.

     3.   Common stock of unaffiliated companies is carried at fair value with a credit or charge to unrealized investment gains or losses.

     4.   Perpetual preferred stocks with an NAIC rating of P1 or P2 are carried at market value. Redeemable preferred stocks with an
          NAIC rating of RP1 or RP2 that are subject to 100% mandatory sinking fund or paid-in-kind are carried at amortized cost. All
          below investment grade, NAIC 3 to 6, preferred stocks are carried at the lower of amortized cost or NAIC designated market
          values.

     5.   The Company has no investments in mortgages.

     6.   Mortgage-backed securities are carried at amortized cost and generally are more likely to be prepaid than other fixed maturities.
          Mortgage–backed securities include prepayment assumptions used at the purchase date and valuation changes caused by
          changes in estimated cash flow and are valued using the retrospective method. Prepayment assumptions were obtained from
          third party vendors.

     7.   Investments in the common stocks of wholly-owned insurance subsidiaries are carried at the statutory capital and surplus value of
          the subsidiaries. Changes in the Company’s equity in the subsidiaries are included in unrealized capital gains or losses.
          Investments in the common stocks of non-insurance affiliates are accounted for using the equity method of accounting.
          Undistributed equity in earnings of non-insurance affiliates is included as a component of unrealized investment gains or losses.

     8.   The Company has no investments in joint ventures or partnerships.

     9.   The Company has no investments in derivative instruments.

     10. The Company does not anticipate investment income as a factor in premium deficiency calculations.

     11. The Company regularly evaluates its investments for other-than-temporary impairments (OTTI) in value. The determination that a
         security has incurred an OTTI in value and the amount of any loss recognition requires the judgment of the Company'          s
         management and a continual review of its investments.




                                                                       14
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                     COMPANY

                                      NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                           s
          The Company' policy for determining OTTI has been established in accordance with prescribed SAP guidance, including SSAP
          Nos. 26, 43R, and INT 06-07. For bonds, other than loan-backed and structured securities, an OTTI shall be considered to have
          occurred if it is probable that the Company will not be able to collect all amounts due under the contractual terms in effect at the
          acquisition date of the debt security. Loan-backed securities with evidence of deterioration of credit quality for which it is probable
          that the Company will be unable to collect all contractually required payments receivable, are written down to the present value of
          expected cash flows to be received.

          A security is considered a candidate for OTTI if it meets any of the following criteria:

            • The occurrence of a discrete credit event resulting in (i) the issuer defaulting on a material outstanding obligation; (ii) the
              issuer seeking protection from creditors under the bankruptcy law as or any similar laws intended for court supervised
              reorganization of insolvent enterprises; or (iii) the issuer proposing a voluntary reorganization pursuant to which creditors are
              asked to exchange their claims for cash or securities having a fair value substantially lower than par value of their claims; or

            • The Company may not realize a full recovery on its investment, irrespective of the occurrence of one of the foregoing events.

          At each balance sheet date, the Company evaluates its securities for which current fair values are below cost or amortized cost.
          When the Company intends to sell such securities prior to having fully recovered their carrying value, based on the circumstances
          present at the date of evaluation, the Company records the unrealized loss in income as a realized loss.


     12. The liabilities for unpaid losses and loss adjustment expenses, including incurred but not reported losses, are determined on the
         basis of actuarial specialists’ evaluations and other estimates, including historical loss experience. The methods of making such
         estimates and for establishing the resulting reserves are continually reviewed and updated, and any resulting adjustments are
         recorded in the current period. Accordingly, losses and loss adjustment expenses are charged to income as incurred. Amounts
         recoverable from reinsurers are estimated in a manner consistent with the claim liability associated with the reinsured policy. The
         Company does not discount its loss and loss adjustment expense reserves.


     13. The Company has not modified its capitalization policy from prior period.


     14. The Company has no pharmaceutical rebate receivables.


2.   ACCOUNTING CHANGES AND CORRECTION OF ERRORS

A.   The Company had no accounting changes.


3.   BUSINESS COMBINATIONS AND GOODWILL

A., B., C. The Company had no business combinations or goodwill.


4.   DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS

     The Company had no discontinued operations.


5.   INVESTMENTS

A., B., C., D., E., F., G. The Company has no mortgage loans including mezzanine real estate loans, debt restructuring, reverse mortgages,
     loan-backed securities, repurchase agreements, real estate or investments in low income housing tax credits.


6.   JOINT VENTURES, PARTNERSHIPS AND LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES

A., B. The Company has no investments in joint ventures, partnerships or limited liability companies that exceed 10% of the Company’s
     admitted assets.


7.   INVESTMENT INCOME

A.   Accrued Investment Income

     The Company excludes investment income due and accrued if amounts are over 90 days past due.

B.   Amounts Non-Admitted

     No amounts were non-admitted.


8.   DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS

A., B., C., D., E., F. The Company has no derivative instruments.




                                                                      14.1
     ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                          COMPANY

                                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
     9.     INCOME TAXES



A.          Components of Deferred Tax Assets (DTAs) and Deferred Tax Liabilities (DTLs):

      (1)                                                                                                             12/31/2009                                      12/31/2008
            Description                                                                     Ordinary                     Capital                 Total                   Total
            Gross deferred tax assets                                                $                 546,910    $                92       $        547,002      $              92
            Statutory valuation allowance                                                                    -                      -                      -                      -
            Adjusted gross deferred tax assets                                                         546,910                     92                547,002                     92
            Gross deferred tax liabilities                                                               2,176                      -                  2,176                447,017
            Net deferred tax asset/(liability) before admissibility test                               544,734                     92                544,826               (446,925)

            Admitted pursuant to ¶10.a.                                                               288,276                       -                288,276                      -
            ¶10.b.i.                                                                                  164,729                       -                164,729                      -
            ¶10.b.ii.                                                                               3,674,917                       -              3,674,917              3,565,303
            Admitted pursuant to ¶10.b. (lesser of i. or ii.)                                         288,276                       -                288,276                      -
            Admitted pursuant to ¶10.c.                                                                 2,176                       -                  2,176                     92
            Additional admitted pursuant to ¶10.e.i.                                          N/A                         N/A                     N/A                    N/A
            ¶10.e.ii.a.                                                                       N/A                         N/A                     N/A                    N/A
            ¶10.e.ii.b.                                                                       N/A                         N/A                     N/A                    N/A
            Additional admitted pursuant to ¶10.e.ii. (lesser of a. or b.)                    N/A                         N/A                     N/A                    N/A
            Additional admitted pursuant to ¶10.e.iii.                                        N/A                         N/A                     N/A                    N/A

            Admitted deferred tax asset                                                                290,452                      -                 290,452                    92
            Deferred tax liability                                                                       2,176                      -                   2,176               447,017

            Net admitted DTA or DTL                                                                    288,276                      -                 288,276              (446,925)

            Nonadmitted DTA                                                                            256,458                     92                 256,550                        -

            Increase (decrease) in nonadmitted deferred tax asset                                                                                     256,550



      (2) The Company has not elected to admit DTAs pursuant to paragraph 10.e.. Such election was not available in 2008.

B.          Deferred tax liabilities are not recognized for the following amounts:

            Not Applicable




C.          The components of federal income tax expense (benefit) are as follows:

            Description                                                                                          12/31/2009                 12/31/2008
            Current year expense / (benefit)                                                              $           2,010,273         $           93,625
            Prior year (over) / under accrual                                                                           463,209                    (86,240)
            Current income tax expense / (benefit)                                                                    2,473,482                      7,385
            Less: expense / (benefit) on capital gain / (loss)                                                          154,182                      9,656
            Current ordinary income tax expense / (benefit)                                               $           2,319,300         $           (2,271)

            The main components of the deferred tax amounts are as follows :

            Deferred tax assets                                                                                  12/31/2009                 12/31/2008            Change
            Unpaid losses and LAE                                                                         $             546,910         $                 -   $            546,910
            Capital Gains                                                                                                    92                          92                      -
            Gross deferred tax asset                                                                                    547,002                          92                546,910
            Nonadmitted deferred tax asset                                                                              256,550                           -                256,550
            Gross admitted deferred tax asset                                                             $             290,452         $                92   $            290,360

            Deferred tax liabilities                                                                             12/31/2009                 12/31/2008            Change
            Bond market discount                                                                          $               2,176         $            3,580 $               (1,404)
            Deferred Intero Gains/(Losses)                                                                                    -                    443,437               (443,437)
            Gross deferred tax liabilities                                                                                2,176                    447,017               (444,841)
            Net admitted deferred tax asset / (liability)                                                 $             288,276         $         (446,925) $             735,201

            Deferred tax assets resulting from book / tax differences in:
            Total deferred tax assets                                                                     $              547,002        $               92 $              546,910
            Total deferred tax liabilities                                                                                 2,176                   447,017               (444,841)
            Net deferred tax asset (liability)                                                            $              544,826        $         (446,925) $             991,751
            Tax effect of unrealized gains (losses)                                                                                                                             -
            Change in deferred income tax (expense) / benefit                                                                                                 $           991,751




                                                                                             14.2
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                     COMPANY

                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
 D.      The actual tax expense (benefit) on income from operations differs from tax expense (benefit) calculated at the statutory tax rate.
                                          s
         A reconciliation of the Company' income tax expense (benefit) together with the significant book to tax adjustments for 2008 is
         set forth below:
                                                                                                               Tax Effect                    Effective
         Description                                                                     Amount                  @ 35%                       Tax Rate
         Income / (loss) before taxes at statutory rate                                $ 5,409,931        $          1,893,476                       35.00%
         Tax exempt interest, net of proration                                          (1,237,294)                   (433,053)                      -8.00%
         Non-Deductible penalties                                                            4,389                        1,536                       0.03%
         Prior year tax adjustment                                                          56,492                      19,772                        0.37%
         Total statutory tax expense / (benefit)                                       $ 4,233,518        $          1,481,731                       27.39%

         Current ordinary income tax expense / (benefit)                                                        $         2,319,300                        42.87%
         Realized capital gains tax incurred                                                                                154,182                         2.85%
         Change in net deferred income taxes                                                                               (991,751)                      -18.33%
         Total statutory tax expense / (benefit)                                                                $         1,481,731                        27.39%



 E.      1) The amount of net losses carried forward and available to offset future net income subject to federal income tax is:

         None

         2) The amount of federal income tax incurred and available for recoupment in the event of future net operating losses for tax
         purposes is set forth below:

         Current year                                                                      $ 2,010,273
         First preceding year                                                              $    93,625

         3) The Company has no protective tax deposits.




 F.                                                                                                                                                s
         1) For the period through 6/30/09, the Company files a consolidated U.S. federal income tax return with the ultimate parent, AIG, and it' domestic
         subsidiaries. For the period starting 7/01/09, the Company files a consolidated return with the following entities, with Farmers Insurance Exchange
         as the parent.

         American International Pacific Insurance Company                                 Foremost Affinity Services, Inc.
         New Hampshire Indemnity Company, Inc.                                            Foremost Home Brokers, Inc.
         AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.                                               Foremost Express Insurance Agency, Inc.
         American International Insurance Company                                         Corvette General Agency, Inc.
         AIG National Insurance Company, Inc.                                             Foremost Real Estate Company of Grand Rapids
         AIG Centennial Insurance Company                                                 Western Star Underwriters, Inc.
         AIG Premier Insurance Company                                                    Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.
         AIG Preferred Insurance Company                                                  Knight Agency, Inc.
         AIG Indemnity Insurance Company                                                  Pacific Way Insurance Agency, Inc.
         AIG Auto Insurance Company of New Jersey                                         Farmers Insurance Company, Inc.
         American International Insurance Company of Delaware                             Frontier Insurance Agency, Inc.
         American International Insurance Company of California, inc.                     Sunrise Insurance Agency, Inc.
         AIG Advantage Insurance Company                                                  Sunrise Insurance Agency of Arizona, Inc.
         American International Insurance Company of New Jersey                           Federation Insurance Services of California, Inc.
         American Pacific Insurance Company, Inc.                                         Sunrise Insurance Agency of Texas, Inc.
         21st Century Insurance Company of Southwest                                      Bristol West Holdings, Inc.
         21st Century Insurance Company                                                   Coast National Holding Company
         21st Century Casualty Company                                                    Security National Insurance Company
         Mid-Century Insurance Company                                                    Bristol West Insurance Services of California, Inc.
         Illinois Farmers Insurance Company                                               Apex Adjustment Bureau, Inc.
         Farmers New Century Insurance Company                                            Bayview Adjustment Bureau, Inc.
         Texas Farmers Insurance Company                                                  Bristol West Insurance Services, Inc. of Florida
         Mid-Century Insurance Company of Texas                                           Bristol West Insurance Services of Georgia, Inc.
         Farmers Insurance of Columbus, Inc                                               Bristol West Insurance Services of Pennsylvania, Inc.
         Farmers Insurance Company of Idaho                                               BWIS of Nevada, Inc.
         Farmers Insurance Company of Oregon                                              Bristol West Insurance Services of Texas, Inc.
         Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan                                Coast National Insurance Company
         Foremost Signature Insurance Company                                             Insurance Data Systems, G.P.
         Foremost Property and Casualty Insurance Company                                 Bristol West Insurance Company
         Foremost Lloyds of Texas                                                         Bristol West Casualty Insurance Company
         American Federation Insurance Company                                            Bristol West Preferred Insurance Company
         Foremost Corporation of America                                                  Coast National General Agency, Inc.
         Foremost Financial Services Corporation                                          GP, LLC
         Foremost Home Services Corporation


         2) Prior to 7/01/09, the Company had a written tax sharing agreement with AIG. The agreement provided that AIG will not charge the
         Company a greater portion of the consolidated tax liability than would have been paid by the Company if it had filed a separate
         federal income tax return. In addition, the agreement provided that the Company will be reimbursed by AIG for tax benefits relating
         to any net losses or any tax credits of the Company utilized in filing the consolidated return. Starting 7/01/09, the Company is a party
         to a similar tax sharing agreement with Farmers Insurance Exchange ("FIE") whereby FIE receives from its affiliates the tax they would
         pay if they had filed separate returns and pays to the affiliates amounts for the tax benefits realized by the consolidated group through
                                                                                                                     s
         utilization of their net losses. Any expense or benefit so derived is recognized in the respective affiliate' current year tax provision.
         Intercompany tax balances are settled monthly based on estimates with the final settlement made annually within 30 days after the return
         has been filed.




10. INFORMATION CONCERNING PARENT, SUBSIDIARIES, AFFILIATES AND OTHER RELATED PARTIES

A., B., C. The Company and other member companies in the 21st Century Personal Auto Group (PAG) were acquired by Farmers Group,
     Inc. (FGI), a subsidiary of Zurich Financial Services Group from American International Group, Inc. (AIG) effective July 1, 2009.
     Subsequently on July 1, 2009, FGI sold the PAG entities to Farmers Insurance Exchange (FIE) (80%), Truck Insurance Exchange
     (Truck) (10%) and Fire Insurance Exchange (Fire) (10%). FGI, doing business as Farmers Underwriters Association, is the Attorney-in-
     Fact for FIE. Truck Underwriters Association is the Attorney-in-Fact for Truck. Fire Underwriters Association is the Attorney-in-Fact for
     Fire. FGI owns 100% of Truck Underwriters Association and Fire Underwriters Association. The July 1, 2009 acquisition of the PAG
     companies was approved by the requisite regulatory authorities. PAG, of which the Company is a member, is comprised of eighteen
     insurance companies domiciled in nine states and ten related non-insurance entities.




                                                                                   14.3
 ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                      COMPANY

                                     NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
D.   Amounts Due to or from Related Parties:

                        Related Party                            Due from / (to)

     AIG Marketing, Inc. (21IFS)                                        $177,136

     American International Insurance Company                         19,374,917
                                                                     $19,552,053

E.   The Company has no guarantees or contingencies for the benefit of an affiliate or related party.

F.   The Company participates in the PAG Personal Lines Intercompany Pooling Agreement (see Note 25). Effective July 1, 2009, American
     International Insurance Company (AIIC), the lead company in the PAG Personal Lines Pool, entered into a quota share reinsurance
     agreement with FIE. Under this agreement AIIC cedes 100% of the net liability of the PAG Personal Lines Pool for losses with a date
     of loss on and after July 1, 2009 to FIE.

     The management agreement between the Company and AIG Marketing, Inc. (doing business as 21st Century Insurance and Financial
     Services, in Michigan 21st Century Insurance Agency) (21IFS), an affiliate, was terminated, effective June 30, 2009. Effective July 1,
     2009, FIE will provide or arrange for the provision of management services to the member companies in the PAG Personal Lines Pool,
     of which the Company is a member.

G.   Effective July 1, 2009, the outstanding shares of the Company are owned 80% by FIE, 10% by Truck, and 10% by Fire (see Note
     10.A.). Prior to July 1, 2009, the Company was directly owned by New Hampshire Insurance Company, an indirect wholly owned
     subsidiary of AIG.

     The Company has no investments in affiliates.

     As a result of the acquisition by FIE, Truck, and Fire, the Company became one of the Farmers Property and Casualty Companies (the
     Farmers P&C Companies). The Farmers P&C Companies are comprised of FIE, Truck, Fire, their respective insurance subsidiaries,
     Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Company, Foremost County Mutual Insurance Company, Foremost Lloyds of Texas, and
     Farmers Reinsurance Company. For more details on ownership, see Schedule Y.

H.   The Company does not own shares of an upstream ultimate parent or affiliate company.

I.   The Company has no investments in affiliates greater than 10% of admitted assets.

J.   The Company did not recognize any impairment write-down for its investments in subsidiary, controlled or affiliated companies.

K.   The Company has no investment in a foreign insurance subsidiary.

L.   The Company has no investments in a downstream non-insurance holding company that are valued using the look-through method.

11. DEBT

A., B. The Company has no capital note obligations outstanding, no borrowed money or other debt, and no FHLB (Federal Home Loan
     Bank) agreements.

12. RETIREMENT PLANS, DEFERRED COMPENSATION, POSTEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND COMPENSATED ABSENCES AND
    OTHER POSTRETIREMENT BENEFIT PLANS

A.   Defined Benefit Plan

     Not Applicable

B.   Defined Contribution Plan

     Not Applicable

C.   Multiemployer Plans

     Not Applicable

D.   Consolidated Holding Company Plans

     Pension Plan
     As a result of the acquisition of PAG by FIE, Truck, and Fire (see Note 10.A.), participation in the AIG sponsored Retirement Plan
     (pension) by PAG participants ended, effective June 30, 2009. All future benefit obligations under the AIG pension plan ceased and the
     frozen accrual benefit transferred to the qualified non-contributory retirement plan (Cash Balance Program) sponsored by FGI. PAG
     participants began accruing benefits under the FGI formula on July 1, 2009.

     Effective July 1, 2009, all eligible PAG employees participate in the Cash Balance Program. Under the Cash Balance Program, FGI
     and the Farmers P&C Companies make regular contributions based on a percentage of base pay. The contributions vary based on
     age and length of service. In addition, the Cash Balance Program has a minimum annual return of 5.0%.

     Postretirement Benefit Plan
     PAG employees entered the FGI sponsored postretirement benefit plan on July 1, 2009. For postretirement medical benefits, past
     service credits were given for AIG service only. Service of 21st Century employees who were covered under the plans sponsored by
     21st Century Insurance Group prior to January 1, 2008 is not included.

E.   Post-employment Benefits and Compensated Absences

     Not Applicable

F.   Impact of Medicare Modernization Act on Post Retirement Benefits

     Not Applicable

13. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, DIVIDEND RESTRICTIONS AND QUASI-REORGANIZATIONS

A.   The Company has authorized 300,000 shares of $10.00 par value common stock and 300,000 shares issued and outstanding.

B.   The Company has no preferred stock authorized, issued or outstanding.




                                                                    14.4
 ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                      COMPANY

                                        NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
C.   Under Colorado law, the Company may pay cash dividends only from earned surplus determined on a statutory basis. Further, the
     Company is restricted as to the amount of dividends it may declare or pay in any twelve month period without prior approval of the
     Insurance Commissioner, based on restrictions relating to statutory surplus and net income. The maximum dividend payout which may
     be made without prior approval in 2010 is $3,790,888.

D.   No dividends were approved or paid by the Company in 2009.

E.   Other than the limitations of 13.C. above, there are no restrictions placed on the portion of the Company profits that may be paid as
     ordinary dividends to stockholders.

F.                                           s
     There are no restrictions on the Company' unassigned surplus funds.

G.   The Company has no mutual surplus advances.

H.   The Company is holding no stock for special purposes.

I.   The Company had no changes in special surplus funds.

J.   The portion of unassigned funds (surplus) represented by cumulative unrealized gains (losses) is as follows:

                                   Description                                  Cumulative Increase (Decrease) in Surplus
     Unrealized gains (losses)                                                                      $0

K.   The Company has no surplus notes or debentures outstanding.

L., M. The Company had no quasi reorganizations.

14. CONTINGENCIES

A.   The Company has no material contingent commitments.

B.   The Company receives periodic assessments from certain states to reimburse policyholders and claimants of insolvent carriers.
     Depending on the guidelines established by each state, these assessments are expensed, recouped from policyholders, or utilized as
     credits against premium taxes. Premium tax credits are realized between 3 to 10 years, depending on the guidelines established by
     each state.

     The Company had no material guaranty fund assessment accrued in 2009 or 2008.

C.   The Company has no gain contingencies.

D.   Claims related extra contractual obligations and bad faith losses stemming from lawsuits:

     The Company paid the following amounts in the reporting period to settle claims related extra contractual obligations or bad faith claims
     stemming from lawsuits.

                                                                                                      Direct

             Claims related ECO and bad faith losses paid during the reporting period               $ 20,790

     Number of claims where amounts were paid to settle claims related extra contractual obligations or bad faith claims resulting from
     lawsuits during the reporting period.

               (a)                 (b)                  (c)                   (d)                      (e)
           0-25 Claims        26-50 Claims         51-100 Claims        101-500 Claims        More than 500 Claims

               X                   -                      -                      -                      -


     Indicate whether claim count information is disclosed per claim or per claimant.

     (f)     Per Claim    [   ]                   (g)   Per Claimant    [ X ]

E.   The Company is a defendant in certain lawsuits arising in the normal course of business, which are in various stages of development.
     Some of these matters seek punitive as well as compensatory damages. While it is not possible to predict the outcome of these
     matters with certainty, management believes that their ultimate disposition will not have a material effect on the Company’s financial
     position or results of operations. In addition, the Company is, from time to time, involved as a party in various governmental and
     administrative proceedings.

     As a result of the sale of the Company to FIE, Truck and Fire (see Note 10.A.), AIG has assumed sole responsibility for any liabilities
     that arise in connection with the National Workers Compensation Reinsurance Pool litigation.

15. LEASES

A.   Lessee Leasing Arrangements

     Effective July 1, 2009, the rent expense for the PAG Personal Lines Pool is recorded by AIIC, the lead company of the PAG Personal
     Lines Pool. Prior to July 1, 2009, each pool participant received its share of the PAG Personal Lines Pool rent expense, based on its
     pooling participation percentage. See Note 25.

B.   Lessor Leasing Arrangements – Not applicable

16. INFORMATION ABOUT FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS WITH OFF-BALANCE SHEET RISK AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS WITH
    CONCENTRATIONS OF CREDIT RISK

     The Company has no financial instruments with off-balance sheet risk or financial instruments with concentrations of credit risk.

17. SALE, TRANSFER AND SERVICING OF FINANCIAL ASSETS AND EXTINGUISHMENTS OF LIABILITIES

A., B., C. The Company does not participate in these transactions.




                                                                       14.5
         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY

                                                NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
         18. GAIN OR LOSS TO THE REPORTING ENTITY FROM UNINSURED PLANS AND THE UNINSURED PORTION OF PARTIALLY
             INSURED PLANS

         A., B., C. The Company is not involved in these types of plans.


         19. DIRECT PREMIUMS WRITTEN / PRODUCED BY MANAGING GENERAL AGENTS / THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATORS

          (a)                          (b)                      (c)                         (d)                        (e)                      (f)
    Name & Address                 FEI Number                Exclusive            Type of Business Written      Type of Authority       Direct Premiums
                                                             Contract                                              Granted *                Written**
         (Affiliate)
    AIG Marketing, Inc.
Three Beaver Valley Road
   Wilmington, DE 19803
    (d/b/a 21st Century            51-0283170                      No                Automobile, Allied Lines        B, P, U              $16,166,740
  Insurance and Financial
          Services,
 in Michigan, 21st Century
     Insurance Agency)

         * B - Binding Authority       P - Premium Collection           U – Underwriting

         **Represents premiums written through June 30, 2009 at which time the management agreement between the Company and 21IFS was
           terminated (see Note 10.F.).



         20. OTHER ITEMS

         A., B. The Company had no extraordinary items or troubled debt restructuring.

         C.   Other Disclosures:

              In connection with the sale of the PAG companies to FIE, Truck, and Fire, various reinsurance agreements between the PAG
              companies and former AIG affiliated companies were amended and restated or commuted and new agreements were put in place as of
              June 30, 2009. The major transactions are summarized below:

                   •    The quota share reinsurance agreement between National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA (NU) and AIIC,
                        the lead company in the PAG Personal Lines Pool, under which AIIC ceded 50% of the net business of the PAG Personal
                        Lines Pool to NU was commuted as of June 30, 2009 (see Note 22.E.). This transaction resulted in a reinsurance settlement
                        due to AIIC of $1,519,713,933 which was distributed to the members of the PAG Personal Lines Pool (see Note 25) based on
                        each member company’s pooling participation percentage.

                   •    All obligations and liabilities relating to Private Client Group (PCG) business assumed by AIIC from AIG’s Commercial
                        Insurance companies under various quota share reinsurance agreements were commuted as of June 30, 2009 (see Note
                        25). This transaction resulted in a reinsurance settlement due to AIG’s Commercial Insurance companies of $408,119,411.

                   •    All liabilities relating to PCG business that was written on a direct basis by members of the PAG Personal Lines Pool, of
                        which the Company is a member, were transferred to NU under the terms of the PCG Business Reinsurance and
                        Administration Agreement, effective June 30, 2009 (see Note 25). This transaction resulted in a reinsurance settlement due
                        to NU of $239,735,506.



              PAG management announced in August 2009 that the Agency Auto business written and assumed by the member companies in the
              PAG Personal Lines Pool will be transitioned over the next two years to other Farmers P&C Companies whose focus is on business
              written through independent agents. In the initial phase of the transition, the PAG companies generally ceased writing new Agency Auto
              business as of September 18, 2009.
              Assets in the amount of $2,970,828 and $2,967,796 at December 31, 2009 and 2008, respectively, were on deposit with government
              authorities or trustees as required by law.

         D.   The Company has no uncollectible balances.

         E.   The Company has no business interruptions insurance recoveries.

         F.   The Company has no state transferable tax credits.

         G.   The Company has no subprime mortgage related risk exposure.


         21. EVENTS SUBSEQUENT

              Subject to all regulatory approvals, the Company intends to change its name to 21st Century Pacific Insurance Company effective April
              1, 2010.


         22. REINSURANCE

         A.   The Company has no material unsecured reinsurance recoverables.

         B.   The Company has no reinsurance recoverable in dispute.




                                                                              14.6
           ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                COMPANY

                                               NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
          C.   1.                                                                                  s
                    The following represents the maximum amount of return commission if the Company' reinsurance or insurance assumed was
               c    canceled:

                                  Assumed Reinsurance                           Ceded Reinsurance                                    Net
                                  (1)               (2)                         (3)               (4)                         (5)                  (6)
                               Premium          Commission                   Premium          Commission                   Premium              Commission
                               Reserve            Equity                     Reserve            Equity                     Reserve                Equity
a.   Affiliates                            $-                       $-          $10,556,308        $2,838,591                $(10,556,308)         $(2,838,591)
b.   All Others                             -                        -                    -                 -                            -                    -
c.   Totals                                $-                       $-          $10,556,308        $2,838,591                $(10,556,308)         $(2,838,591)
d.   Direct Unearned              $10,556,308
     Premium Reserve


               2.   The Company has no significant return commission accrual on loss experience or any other form of profit sharing arrangements.

               3.   The Company does not use protected cells.


          D.   The Company has no uncollectible reinsurance.

          E.   Commutation of Ceded Reinsurance

               The quota share reinsurance agreement between NU and AIIC under which AIIC ceded 50% of the net business of the PAG Personal
               Lines Pool to NU was commuted as of June 30, 2009 (see Note 20.C.). In connection with the commutation of the unearned premium
               reserve in the amount of $617,259,834 the members of the PAG Personal Lines Pool recorded a commission expense of
               $176,311,883. This expense was pooled in accordance with each member company’s pooling participation percentage as described in
               Note 25.

          F.   The Company had no retroactive reinsurance in 2009 or 2008.

          G.   The Company has no reinsurance accounted for as a deposit.


          23. RETROSPECTIVELY RATED CONTRACTS AND CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO REDETERMINATION

          A., B., C., D. The Company has no significant accrued or nonadmitted retrospective rated premiums or contracts subject to redetermination.


          24. CHANGES IN INCURRED LOSSES AND LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSES

                                                               2009 Calendar Year Losses & LAE Incurred             2009 Loss
                                                                                                                       Year
                              (000's omitted)                     Losses            LAE                           Losses & LAE      Shortage
                           (Lines of Business)                   Incurred         Incurred          Totals           Incurred     (Redundancy)

               Homeowners                                             $1,697             $261           $1,958           $1,707              $251
               Private Passenger Automobile Liability                  5,396            1,607            7,003            7,258              (255)
               Commercial Automobile Liability                           168               70              238              145                 93
               Workers' Compensation                                     (20)               7              (13)              42               (55)
               Special Liability                                           28               5                33              49               (16)
               Other Liability                                           171               32              203              183                 20
               Special Property                                          150               35              185              168                 17
               Automobile Physical Damage                              3,237              349            3,586            3,572                 14
               Other (Including Credit A&H)                                14               1                15              17                (2)

                                  Totals                             $10,841           $2,367          $13,208          $13,141                $67


               The estimated cost of loss and loss adjustment expense (LAE) attributable to insured events of prior years increased by $67,000 during
               the current year as a result of re-estimation of unpaid losses and LAE. This increase is a result of actual loss emergence in some
               Property Lines and Involuntary Commercial Auto lines of business offset by decreases in the Private Passenger Auto Liability and
               Workers’ Compensation lines of business. These changes result from an ongoing analysis of recent loss development trends.

          25. INTERCOMPANY POOLING ARRANGEMENTS

          The Company is party to an intercompany pooling agreement, the PAG Personal Lines Intercompany Pooling Agreement. In accordance
          with the terms and conditions of the agreement, 100% of the net business written by each of the participants is ceded to AIIC, the lead
          company in the PAG Personal Lines Pool.

          Effective June 30, 2009, the PAG Personal Lines Intercompany Pooling Agreement was amended and restated. A summary of the major
          changes follows:

               1.   All new PCG business written by AIIC or by the other pool members will be ceded to NU under the terms of the PCG Business
                    Reinsurance and Administration Agreement. See Note 20.C. for information relating to PCG business written and assumed by the
                    pool companies prior to July 1, 2009.

               2.   Liabilities relating to losses with a date of loss prior to July 1, 2009 will be ceded to the pool members by AIIC based on each pool
                    member’s fixed pooling participation percentage.

                    Losses which have a date of loss on and after July 1, 2009 will be ceded to FIE by AIIC under a 100% quota share reinsurance
                    agreement, effective July 1, 2009. Under this agreement AIIC will cede 100% of the net liability of the PAG Personal Lines Pool for
                    losses with a date of loss on and after July 1, 2009 to FIE.

                    Prior to July 1, 2009, AIIC and NU were parties to a quota share reinsurance agreement under which AIIC ceded 50% of the net
                    pool business to NU. After this cession, each member company in the PAG Personal Lines Pool assumed its appropriate pool
                    share of the net business. The quota share reinsurance agreement between AIIC and NU was commuted as of June 30, 2009
                    (see Note 22.E.).




                                                                                14.7
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                     COMPANY

                                    NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
The pooling participation percentages of the respective member companies in the PAG Personal Lines Pool were changed, effective
January 1, 2009. Those pooling participation percentages remain the same under the amended and restated agreement.

The following is a list of member companies in the PAG Personal Lines Pool and the applicable pooling participation percentages as of
December 31, 2009 and December 31, 2008:

                                                                                                           POOLING               POOLING
                                     COMPANY                                         NAIC CODE           PERCENTAGE            PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                          12/31/2009            12/31/2008
     American International Insurance Company (AIIC)*                                   32220                  23%                  23%
     AIG Centennial Insurance Company (AIGCI)                                           34789                  20%                  18%
     AIG Premier Insurance Company (AIGPI)                                              20796                  10%                  13%
     New Hampshire Indemnity Company, Inc. (NHI)                                        23833                  8%                   7%
     AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc. (AIGH)                                          28487                  4%                   5%
     American International Insurance Company of California, Inc. (AIICCA)              43761                  1%                   3%
     AIG Advantage Insurance Company (AIGA)                                             25232                  1%                   3%
     AIG Preferred Insurance Company (AIGPR)                                            22225                  2%                   3%
     American International Insurance Company of New Jersey (AIICNJ)                    10710                 1.75%                 2%
     AIG Indemnity Insurance Company (AIGII)                                            43974                  2%                   2%
     AIG National Insurance Company, Inc. (AIGN)                                        36587                  1%                   2%
     AIG Auto Insurance Company of New Jersey (AIGNJ)                                   10184                 1.5%                  0%
     American Pacific Insurance Company, Inc. (APIC)                                    10805                 0.5%                  0%
     American International Pacific Insurance Company (AIP)                             23795                  2%                   0%
     American International Insurance Company of Delaware (AIICDE)                      44245                  2%                   2%
     21st Century Insurance Company (21INS)                                             12963                  20%                  17%
     21st Century Casualty Company (21CAS)                                              36404                 0.25%                 0%
     21st Century Insurance Company of the Southwest (21SW)                             10245                  0%                   0%
        * Lead company.


The amendments referenced above were filed with and approved by the required regulatory authorities.


The amounts due to / from AIIC, the lead company in the PAG Personal Lines Pool, and all affiliated companies in the PAG Personal Lines
Pool at December 31, 2009 are as follows:


                                          Due to Lead Company From (000's omitted) :


                                   American International Pacific Ins. Co. (AIP)                        $      (2,949)
                                   New Hampshire Indemnity Co. (NHI)                                    $      (5,675)
                                   AIG Hawaii Ins. Co. (AIGH)                                           $      (2,837)
                                   AIG National Ins. Co. (AIGN)                                         $        (709)
                                   AIG Centennial Ins. Co. (AIGCI)                                      $     (14,187)
                                   AIG Premier Ins. Co. (AIGPI)                                         $      (7,094)
                                   AIG Preferred Ins. Co. (AIGPR)                                       $      (1,419)
                                   AIG Indemnity Ins. Co. (AIGII)                                       $      (1,419)
                                   AIG Auto Ins. Co. of NJ (AIGNJ)                                      $      (2,213)
                                   American International Ins. Co. of DE (AIICDE)                       $      (1,419)
                                   American International Ins. Co. of CA (AIICCA)                       $        (709)
                                   AIG Advantage Ins. Co. (AIGA)                                        $        (709)
                                   21st Century Ins. Co. of the Southwest (21SW)                        $             -
                                   American International Ins. Co. of NJ (AIICNJ)                       $      (1,241)
                                   American Pacific Ins. Co. (APIC)                                     $        (355)
                                   21st Century Ins. Co. (21INS)                                        $     (14,187)
                                   21st Century Casualty Co. (21CAS)                                    $        (177)


                                                                                       Sub-Total        $     (57,299)

                                     Due from Pooling Companies to Lead Company (000's
                                                         omitted) :


                                   American International Insurance Co. (AIIC)                          $      57,299


26. STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS

A., B. The Company has no structured settlements.



27. HEALTH CARE RECEIVABLES

A., B. The Company has no health care receivables.




                                                                    14.8
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                     COMPANY

                                     NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
28. PARTICIPATING POLICIES

A., B., C., D. The Company has no participating policies.


29. PREMIUM DEFICIENCY RESERVES

     The Company does not have any premium deficiency reserves.


30. HIGH DEDUCTIBLES

     The Company has no high deductible policies.


31. DISCOUNTING OF LIABILITIES FOR UNPAID LOSSES OR UNPAID LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSES

A., B., C. The Company does not discount its loss reserves.


32. ASBESTOS / ENVIRONMENTAL RESERVES

A., B., C., D., E., F. The Company has no asbestos / environmental reserves.


33. SUBSCRIBER SAVING ACCOUNTS

     The Company has no subscriber saving accounts.


34. MULTIPLE PERIL CROP INSURANCE

     The Company has no multiple peril crop insurance.


35. FINANCIAL GUARANTY INSURANCE

A., B. The Company has no financial guaranty insurance.




                                                                  14.9
       ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                            COMPANY
                                                     GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                           PART 1 - COMMON INTERROGATORIES
                                                                       GENERAL
1.1   Is the reporting entity a member of an Insurance Holding Company System consisting of two or more affiliated persons, one or more of which
        is an insurer?

1.2   If yes, did the reporting entity register and file with its domiciliary State Insurance Commissioner, Director or Superintendent, or with
        such regulatory official of the state of domicile of the principal insurer in the Holding Company System, a registration statement
        providing disclosure substantially similar to the standards adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) in
        its Model Insurance Holding Company System Regulatory Act and model regulations pertaining thereto, or is the reporting entity
        subject to standards and disclosure requirements substantially similar to those required by such Act and regulations?

1.3   State Regulating?

2.1   Has any change been made during the year of this statement in the charter, by-laws, articles of incorporation, or deed of settlement of the
       reporting entity?

2.2   If yes, date of change:

3.1   State as of what date the latest financial examination of the reporting entity was made or is being made.

3.2   State the as of date that the latest financial examination report became available from either the state of domicile or the reporting
       entity. This date should be the date of the examined balance sheet and not the date the report was completed or released.

3.3   State as of what date the latest financial examination report became available to other states or the public from either the state of
       domicile or the reporting entity. This is the release date or completion date of the examination report and not the date of the
       examination (balance sheet date).

3.4   By what department or departments?
      Colorado Division of Insurance

3.5   Have all financial statement adjustments within the latest financial examination report been accounted for in a subsequent financial
       statement filed with Departments?

3.6   Have all of the recommendations within the latest financial examination report been complied with?

4.1   During the period covered by this statement, did any agent, broker, sales representative, non-affiliated sales/service organization or any
       combination thereof under common control (other than salaried employees of the reporting entity), receive credit or commissions for or
       control a substantial part (more than 20 percent of any major line of business measured on direct premiums) of:
                                                                     4.11 sales of new business?
                                                                     4.12 renewals?
4.2   During the period covered by this statement, did any sales/service organization owned in whole or in part by the reporting entity or an affiliate,
       receive credit or commissions for or control a substantial part (more than 20 percent of any major line of business measured on direct
       premiums) of:
                                                                     4.21 sales of new business?
                                                                     4.22 renewals?

5.1   Has the reporting entity been a party to a merger or consolidation during the period covered by this statement?

5.2   If yes, provide name of entity, NAIC Company Code, and state of domicile (use two letter state abbreviation) for any entity that has ceased to
       exist as a result of the merger or consolidation.

                                                 1                                                         2                            3
                                            Name of Entity                                         NAIC Company Code            State of Domicile


6.1   Has the reporting entity had any Certificates of Authority, licenses or registrations (including corporate registration, if applicable) suspended or
       revoked by any governmental entity during the reporting period?

6.2   If yes, give full information:


7.1   Does any foreign (non-United States) person or entity directly or indirectly control 10% or more of the reporting entity?

7.2   If yes,
      7.21 State the percentage of foreign control;
      7.22 State the nationality(s) of the foreign person(s) or entity(s) or if the entity is a mutual or reciprocal, the nationality of its manager or
              attorney-in-fact; and identify the type of entity(s) (e.g., individual, corporation or government, manager or attorney in fact).

                                           1                                                                          2
                                       Nationality                                                              Type of Entity
                                                                                                           !         "#$ #% &     ! '               ! '
                                                                                  (        )*      "




                                                                                            15
         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY
                                                       GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
 8.1    Is the company a subsidiary of a bank holding company regulated by the Federal Reserve Board?
 8.2    If response to 8.1 is yes, please identify the name of the bank holding company.

 8.3    Is the company affiliated with one or more banks, thrifts or securities firms?
 8.4    If response to 8.3 is yes, please provide the names and locations (city and state of the main office) of any affiliates regulated by a federal
          financial regulatory services agency [i.e. the Federal Reserve Board (FRB), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Office of
          Thrift Supervision (OTS), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and identify
                       s
          the affiliate' primary federal regulator.

                                              1                                                           2                               3        4          5         6      7
                                      Affiliate Name                                            Location (City, State)                   FRB      OCC        OTS       FDIC   SEC


 9.    What is the name and address of the independent certified public accountant or accounting firm retained to conduct the annual audit?
       PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 300 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017
 10.   What is the name, address and affiliation (officer/employee of the reporting entity or actuary/consultant associated with an actuarial consulting
        firm) of the individual providing the statement of actuarial opinion/certification?
       Donald W. Procopio FCAS, MAAA, Senior VP & Chief Actuary, 3 Beaver Valley Road, Wilmington, DE 19803
11.1   Does the reporting entity own any securities of a real estate holding company or otherwise hold real estate indirectly?
                                                           11.11 Name of real estate holding company
                                                            11.12 Number of parcels involved
                                                            11.13 Total book/adjusted carrying value                                                               $
11.2   If, yes provide explanation:

 12.   FOR UNITED STATES BRANCHES OF ALIEN REPORTING ENTITIES ONLY:
12.1   What changes have been made during the year in the United States manager or the United States trustees of the reporting entity?

12.2  Does this statement contain all business transacted for the reporting entity through its United States Branch on risks wherever located?
12.3  Have there been any changes made to any of the trust indentures during the year?
12.4  If answer to (12.3) is yes, has the domiciliary or entry state approved the changes?
13.1  Are the senior officers (principal executive officer, principal financial officer, principal accounting officer or controller, or persons performing
        similar functions) of the reporting entity subject to a code of ethics, which includes the following standards?
      (a) Honest and ethical conduct, including the ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional
           relationships;
      (b) Full, fair, accurate, timely and understandable disclosure in the periodic reports required to be filed by the reporting entity;
      (c) Compliance with applicable governmental laws, rules and regulations;
      (d) The prompt internal reporting of violations to an appropriate person or persons identified in the code; and
      (e) Accountability for adherence to the code.
13.11 If the response to 13.1 is No, please explain:

13.2 Has the code of ethics for senior managers been amended?
13.21 If the response to 13.2 is Yes, provide information related to amendment(s).
      Following the acquisition by Farmers, the Farmers Code of Ethics was rolled out to the Senior Officers of the reporting entities.
13.3 Have any provisions of the code of ethics been waived for any of the specified officers?
13.31 If the response to 13.3 is Yes, provide the nature of any waiver(s).



                                                                         BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 14.   Is the purchase or sale of all investments of the reporting entity passed upon either by the board of directors or a subordinate committee
         thereof?
 15.   Does the reporting entity keep a complete permanent record of the proceedings of its board of directors and all subordinate committees
         thereof?
 16.   Has the reporting entity an established procedure for disclosure to its board of directors or trustees of any material interest or affiliation on the
         part of any of its officers, directors, trustees or responsible employees that is in conflict with the official duties of such person?




                                                                                          15.1
        ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                             COMPANY
                                                   GENERAL INTERROGATORIES

                                                                                   FINANCIAL
17.    Has this statement been prepared using a basis of accounting other than Statutory Accounting Principles (e.g., Generally Accepted
         Accounting Principles)?
18.1   Total amount loaned during the year (inclusive of Separate Accounts, exclusive of policy loans): 18.11 To directors or other officers            $
                                                                                                            18.12 To stockholders not officers          $
                                                                                                            18.13 Trustees, supreme or grand
                                                                                                                   (Fraternal Only)                     $
18.2   Total amount of loans outstanding at the end of year (inclusive of Separate Accounts, exclusive of
         policy loans):                                                                                     18.21 To directors or other officers        $
                                                                                                            18.22 To stockholders not officers          $
                                                                                                            18.23 Trustees, supreme or grand
                                                                                                                   (Fraternal Only)                     $
19.1   Were any assets reported in this statement subject to a contractual obligation to transfer to another party without the liability for such
         obligation being reported in the statement?
19.2   If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year:                                 19.21 Rented from others                    $
                                                                                                            19.22 Borrowed from others                  $
                                                                                                            19.23 Leased from others                    $
                                                                                                            19.24 Other                                 $
20.1   Does this statement include payments for assessments as described in the Annual Statement Instructions other than guaranty fund or
         guaranty association assessments?
20.2   If answer is yes,                                                                                 20.21 Amount paid as losses or risk adjustment $
                                                                                                         20.22 Amount paid as expenses                  $
                                                                                                         20.23 Other amounts paid                       $
21.1   Does the reporting entity report any amounts due from parent, subsidiaries or affiliates on Page 2 of this statement?
21.2   If yes, indicate any amounts receivable from parent included in the Page 2 amount:                                                               $


                                                                                 INVESTMENT
22.1   Were all the stocks, bonds and other securities owned December 31 of current year, over which the reporting entity has exclusive control, in
        the actual possession of the reporting entity on said date? (other than securities lending programs addressed in 22.3)

22.2   If no, give full and complete information relating thereto:


22.3   For security lending programs, provide a description of the program including value for collateral and amount of loaned securities, and
        whether collateral is carried on or off-balance sheet. (an alternative is to reference Note 16 where this information is also provided)
       Not Applicable

22.4                   s
       Does the Company' security lending program meet the requirements for a conforming program as outlined in the Risk-Based Capital
        Instructions?

22.5   If answer to 22.4 is YES, report amount of collateral.                                                                                                   $

22.6   If answer to 22.4 is NO, report amount of collateral.                                                                                                    $

23.1   Were any of the stocks, bonds or other assets of the reporting entity owned at December 31 of the current year not exclusively under the
        control of the reporting entity, or has the reporting entity sold or transferred any assets subject to a put option contract that is currently in
        force? (Exclude securities subject to Interrogatory 19.1 and 22.3).

23.2   If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year:                      23.21 Subject to repurchase agreements                         $
                                                                                                 23.22 Subject to reverse repurchase agreements                 $
                                                                                                 23.23 Subject to dollar repurchase agreements                  $
                                                                                                 23.24 Subject to reverse dollar repurchase agreements          $
                                                                                                 23.25 Pledged as collateral                                    $
                                                                                                 23.26 Placed under option agreements                           $
                                                                                                 23.27 Letter stock or other securities restricted as to sale   $
                                                                                                 23.28 On deposit with state or other regulatory body           $
                                                                                                 23.29 Other                                                    $


23.3   For category (23.27) provide the following:

                                           1                                                                          2                                               3
                                 Nature of Restriction                                                            Description                                       Amount



24.1   Does the reporting entity have any hedging transactions reported on Schedule DB?

24.2   If yes, has a comprehensive description of the hedging program been made available to the domiciliary state?
       If no, attach a description with this statement.

25.1   Were any preferred stocks or bonds owned as of December 31 of the current year mandatorily convertible into equity, or, at the option of the
        issuer, convertible into equity?

25.2   If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year.                                                                                     $




                                                                                          15.2
           ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                COMPANY

                                                      GENERAL INTERROGATORIES

 26.                                                                                                                                                 s
       Excluding items in Schedule E - Part 3 - Special Deposits, real estate, mortgage loans and investments held physically in the reporting entity'
        offices, vaults or safety deposit boxes, were all stocks, bonds and other securities, owned throughout the current year held pursuant to a
        custodial agreement with a qualified bank or trust company in accordance with Section 3, III Conducting Examinations, F - Custodial or
        Safekeeping Agreements of the NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook?

26.01 For agreements that comply with the requirements of the NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, complete the following:


                                       1                                                                                              2
                              Name of Custodian(s)                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                             Custodian' Address
                                                                                                    !       "   #            $            %%%&' (%



26.02 For all agreements that do not comply with the requirements of the NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, provide the name, location
       and a complete explanation:

                                   1                                                         2                                                                 3
                                 Name(s)                                                 Location(s)                                                 Complete Explanation(s)



26.03 Have there been any changes, including name changes, in the custodian(s) identified in 26.01 during the current year?
26.04 If yes, give full and complete information relating thereto:

                                1                                             2                                                3                                      4
                          Old Custodian                                  New Custodian                                  Date of Change                              Reason
                                                                                                                                            1                       )     -
                                                                                                                                                            2           ) $ 34
                    )     $               *       +                             !    "   #              $                                   3      5            #         2        64 7
       ,           $              %-./                               %%%&' (%                                                0%-0-%%"             % 8


26.05 Identify all investment advisors, brokers/dealers or individuals acting on behalf of brokers/dealers that have access to the investment accounts,
       handle securities and have authority to make investments on behalf of the reporting entity:

                     1                                           2                                                                                   3
            Central Registration
           Depository Number(s)                             Name                                                                                Address
           %(& .                    1     4                                                             1       6        4       93     , 934     :(&           9         $             %% ;



27.1   Does the reporting entity have any diversified mutual funds reported in Schedule D, Part 2 (diversified according to the Securities and
         Exchange Commission (SEC) in the Investment Company Act of 1940 [Section 5(b)(1)])?
27.2   If yes, complete the following schedule:


                    1                                                                           2                                                                                    3
                                                                                                                                                                              Book/Adjusted
              CUSIP #                                                               Name of Mutual Fund                                                                       Carrying Value
        27.2999 - Total                                                                                                                                                                        %

27.3   For each mutual fund listed in the table above, complete the following schedule:


                                              1                                                                     2                                           3                      4
                                                                                                                                                       Amount of Mutual
                                                                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                     Fund' Book/Adjusted
                                                                                                                                                        Carrying Value
                                                                                             Name of Significant Holding of the                        Attributable to the          Date of
                        Name of Mutual Fund (from above table)                                        Mutual Fund                                            Holding               Valuation




                                                                                             15.3
        ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                             COMPANY

                                                  GENERAL INTERROGATORIES


28.    Provide the following information for all short-term and long-term bonds and all preferred stocks. Do not substitute amortized value or
        statement value for fair value.

                                                                                             1                        2                       3
                                                                                                                                    Excess of Statement
                                                                                                                                    over Fair Value (-), or
                                                                                   Statement (Admitted)                                Fair Value over
                                                                                          Value                  Fair Value             Statement (+)
       28.1 Bonds
       28.2 Preferred stocks
       28.3 Totals


28.4   Describe the sources or methods utilized in determining the fair values:
       In determining fair market value, for the majority of securities, quotes were obtained from third party sources. If quotes from these services
        were not available, a broker estimate was utilized. Any few instances where a broker estimate was not available, the market value was
        analytically determined.

29.1   Was the rate used to calculate fair value determined by a broker or custodian for any of the securities in Schedule D?

29.2   If yes, does the reporting entity have a copy of the broker’s or custodian’s pricing policy (hard copy or electronic copy) for all brokers or
         custodians used as a pricing source?

29.3   If no, describe the reporting entity’s process for determining a reliable pricing source for purposes of disclosure of fair value for Schedule D:



30.1   Have all the filing requirements of the Purposes and Procedures Manual of the NAIC Securities Valuation Office been followed?
30.2   If no, list exceptions:



                                                                                     OTHER


31.1   Amount of payments to trade associations, service organizations and statistical or rating bureaus, if any?                                             $

31.2   List the name of the organization and the amount paid if any such payment represented 25% or more of the total payments to trade associations,
        service organizations and statistical or rating bureaus during the period covered by this statement.

                                                               1                                                                   2
                                                             Name                                                              Amount Paid




32.1   Amount of payments for legal expenses, if any?                                                                                                         $

32.2   List the name of the firm and the amount paid if any such payment represented 25% or more of the total payments for legal expenses
        during the period covered by this statement.

                                                               1                                                                   2
                                                             Name                                                              Amount Paid


33.1   Amount of payments for expenditures in connection with matters before legislative bodies, officers or departments of government, if any?               $

33.2   List the name of the firm and the amount paid if any such payment represented 25% or more of the total payment expenditures in
        connection with matters before legislative bodies, officers or departments of government during the period covered by this statement.

                                                               1                                                                   2
                                                             Name                                                              Amount Paid




                                                                                         15.4
       ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                            COMPANY

                                                 GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                   PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES

1.1   Does the reporting entity have any direct Medicare Supplement Insurance in force?

1.2   If yes, indicate premium earned on U. S. business only                                                                                           $

1.3   What portion of Item (1.2) is not reported on the Medicare Supplement Insurance Experience Exhibit?                                              $
      1.31 Reason for excluding



1.4   Indicate amount of earned premium attributable to Canadian and/or Other Alien not included in Item (1.2) above.                                  $

1.5   Indicate total incurred claims on all Medicare Supplement Insurance.                                                                             $

1.6   Individual policies:                                                                               Most current three years:
                                                                                                         1.61 Total premium earned                     $
                                                                                                         1.62 Total incurred claims                    $
                                                                                                         1.63 Number of covered lives

                                                                                                         All years prior to most current three years
                                                                                                         1.64 Total premium earned                     $
                                                                                                         1.65 Total incurred claims                    $
                                                                                                         1.66 Number of covered lives

1.7   Group policies:                                                                                    Most current three years:
                                                                                                         1.71 Total premium earned                     $
                                                                                                         1.72 Total incurred claims                    $
                                                                                                         1.73 Number of covered lives

                                                                                                         All years prior to most current three years
                                                                                                         1.74 Total premium earned                     $
                                                                                                         1.75 Total incurred claims                    $
                                                                                                         1.76 Number of covered lives

2.    Health Test:
                                                                                                        1                         2
                                                                                                   Current Year              Prior Year
      2.1    Premium Numerator
      2.2    Premium Denominator
      2.3    Premium Ratio (2.1/2.2)
      2.4    Reserve Numerator
      2.5    Reserve Denominator
      2.6    Reserve Ratio (2.4/2.5)

3.1   Does the reporting entity issue both participating and non-participating policies?

3.2   If yes, state the amount of calendar year net premiums written on:
                                                                                                         3.21 Participating policies                   $
                                                                                                         3.22 Non-participating policies               $

 4.   For mutual reporting Entities and Reciprocal Exchanges Only:
4.1   Does the reporting entity issue assessable policies?
4.2   Does the reporting entity issue non-assessable policies?
4.3   If assessable policies are issued, what is the extent of the contingent liability of the policyholders?                                          %
4.4   Total amount of assessments paid or ordered to be paid during the year on deposit notes or contingent premiums.                                  $

 5.   For Reciprocal Exchanges Only:
5.1   Does the Exchange appoint local agents?
5.2   If yes, is the commission paid:
                                                                              s-in-fact compensation
                                                          5.21 Out of attorney'
                                                          5.22 As a direct expense of the exchange
5.3   What expenses of the Exchange are not paid out of the compensation of the Attorney-in-fact?

5.4   Has any Attorney-in-fact compensation, contingent on fulfillment of certain conditions, been deferred?

5.5   If yes, give full information




                                                                                           16
       ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                            COMPANY

                                                  GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                    PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES

6.1   What provision has this reporting entity made to protect itself from an excessive loss in the event of a catastrophe under a workers’
       compensation contract issued without limit of loss?
      A catastrophe excess of loss reinsurance contract in the amount of $14,000,000 excess of $1,000,000 was purchased to protect against an
       excessive loss arising from a catastrophe under a workers compensation contract.

6.2   Describe the method used to estimate this reporting entity’s probable maximum insurance loss, and identify the type of insured exposures
       comprising that probable maximum loss, the locations of concentrations of those exposures and the external resources (such as consulting
       firms or computer software models), if any, used in the estimation process.
      The 21st Century Personal Auto Group Personal Lines Pool primarily estimates its probable maximum loss by 1) tracking its gross and net
       aggregates by designated windstorm and earthquake zones and 2) the use of catastrophe modeling programs, primarily RMS IRAS
       Hurricane and Earthquake. The geographical areas analyzed are the Gulf and East Coast of the United States from Texas through Maine
       for windstorms; California and New Madrid Zone for earthquakes.

6.3   What provision has this reporting entity made (such as a catastrophic reinsurance program) to protect itself from an excessive loss arising
       from the types and concentrations of insured exposures comprising its probable maximum property insurance loss?
      Personal Auto Physical Damage (comprehensive coverage) is the primary line of business subject to catastrophic property losses. The
       probable maximum loss for this book is manageable without catastrophic reinsurance.

6.4   Does the reporting entity carry catastrophe reinsurance protection for at least one reinstatement, in an amount sufficient to cover its estimated
       probable maximum loss attributable to a single loss event or occurrence?

6.5   If no, describe any arrangements or mechanisms employed by the reporting entity to supplement its catastrophe reinsurance program or to
        hedge its exposure to unreinsured catastrophic loss.
      Personal Auto Physical Damage (comprehensive coverage) is the primary line of business subject to catastrophic property losses. The
        probable maximum loss for this book is manageable without catastrophic reinsurance.

7.1   Has this reporting entity reinsured any risk with any other entity under a quota share reinsurance contract that includes a provision that would
                           s
       limit the reinsurer' losses below the stated quota share percentage (e.g., a deductible, a loss ratio corridor, a loss ratio cap, an aggregate
       limit or any similar provisions)?

7.2   If yes, indicate the number of reinsurance contracts containing such provisions:

7.3   If yes, does the amount of reinsurance credit taken reflect the reduction in quota share coverage caused by any applicable limiting
        provision(s)?

8.1   Has this reporting entity reinsured any risk with any other entity and agreed to release such entity from liability, in whole or in part, from any
       loss that may occur on this risk, or portion thereof, reinsured?

8.2   If yes, give full information


9.1   Has the reporting entity ceded any risk under any reinsurance contract (or under multiple contracts with the same reinsurer or its affiliates) for
        which during the period covered by the statement: (i) it recorded a positive or negative underwriting result greater than 5% of prior year-end
        surplus as regards policyholders or it reported calendar year written premium ceded or year-end loss and loss expense reserves ceded
        greater than 5% of prior year-end surplus as regards policyholders; (ii) it accounted for that contract as reinsurance and not as a deposit; and
        (iii) the contract(s) contain one or more of the following features or other features that would have similar results:
      (a) A contract term longer than two years and the contract is noncancellable by the reporting entity during the contract term;
      (b) A limited or conditional cancellation provision under which cancellation triggers an obligation by the reporting entity, or an affiliate of the
            reporting entity, to enter into a new reinsurance contract with the reinsurer, or an affiliate of the reinsurer;
      (c) Aggregate stop loss reinsurance coverage;
      (d) A unilateral right by either party (or both parties) to commute the reinsurance contract, whether conditional or not, except for such
            provisions which are only triggered by a decline in the credit status of the other party;
      (e) A provision permitting reporting of losses, or payment of losses, less frequently than on a quarterly basis (unless there is no activity during
            the period); or
      (f) Payment schedule, accumulating retentions from multiple years or any features inherently designed to delay timing of the reimbursement to
            the ceding entity.

9.2   Has the reporting entity during the period covered by the statement ceded any risk under any reinsurance contract (or under multiple contracts
       with the same reinsurer or its affiliates), for which, during the period covered by the statement, it recorded a positive or negative underwriting
       result greater than 5% of prior year-end surplus as regards policyholders or it reported calendar year written premium ceded or year-end loss
       and loss expense reserves ceded greater than 5% of prior year-end surplus as regards policyholders; excluding cessions to approved
       pooling arrangements or to captive insurance companies that are directly or indirectly controlling, controlled by, or under common control
       with (i) one or more unaffiliated policyholders of the reporting entity, or (ii) an association of which one or more unaffiliated policyholders of
       the reporting entity is a member where:
      (a) The written premium ceded to the reinsurer by the reporting entity or its affiliates represents fifty percent (50%) or more of the entire direct
           and assumed premium written by the reinsurer based on its most recently available financial statement; or
      (b) Twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the written premium ceded to the reinsurer has been retroceded back to the reporting entity or its
           affiliates in a separate reinsurance contract.

9.3   If yes to 9.1 or 9.2, please provide the following information in the Reinsurance Summary Supplemental Filing for General Interrogatory 9:
      (a) The aggregate financial statement impact gross of all such ceded reinsurance contracts on the balance sheet and statement of income;
      (b) A summary of the reinsurance contract terms and indicate whether it applies to the contracts meeting the criteria in 9.1 or 9.2; and
      (c) A brief discussion of management’s principle objectives in entering into the reinsurance contract including the economic purpose to be
           achieved.

9.4   Except for transactions meeting the requirements of paragraph 32 of SSAP No. 62, Property and Casualty Reinsurance, has the reporting
       entity ceded any risk under any reinsurance contract (or multiple contracts with the same reinsurer or its affiliates) during the period covered
       by the financial statement, and either:
      (a) Accounted for that contract as reinsurance (either prospective or retroactive) under statutory accounting principles (“SAP”) and as a
          deposit under generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”); or
      (b) Accounted for that contract as reinsurance under GAAP and as a deposit under SAP?

9.5   If yes to 9.4, explain in the Reinsurance Summary Supplemental Filing for General Interrogatory 9 (Section D) why the contract(s) is treated
        differently for GAAP and SAP.

9.6   The reporting entity is exempt from the Reinsurance Attestation Supplement under one or more of the following criteria:
      (a) The entity does not utilize reinsurance; or
      (b) The entity only engages in a 100% quota share contract with an affiliate and the affiliated or lead company has filed an attestation
           supplement; or
      (c) The entity has no external cessions and only participates in an intercompany pool and the affiliated or lead company has filed an
           attestation supplement.
10.   If the reporting entity has assumed risks from another entity, there should be charged on account of such reinsurances a reserve equal
        to that which the original entity would have been required to charge had it retained the risks. Has this been done?




                                                                                        16.1
         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                              COMPANY

                                                   GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                       PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES

11.1    Has the reporting entity guaranteed policies issued by any other entity and now in force?

11.2    If yes, give full information


12.1    If the reporting entity recorded accrued retrospective premiums on insurance contracts on Line 13.3 of the asset schedule, Page 2, state the
          amount of corresponding liabilities recorded for:
                                                                          12.11 Unpaid losses                                                               $
                                                                          12.12 Unpaid underwriting expenses (including loss adjustment expenses)           $

12.2    Of the amount on Line 13.3, Page 2, state the amount which is secured by letters of credit, collateral, and other funds                             $

12.3    If the reporting entity underwrites commercial insurance risks, such as workers’ compensation, are premium notes or promissory notes
          accepted from its insureds covering unpaid premiums and/or unpaid losses?

12.4    If yes, provide the range of interest rates charged under such notes during the period covered by this statement:
                                                                            12.41 From                                                                                       %
                                                                            12.42 To                                                                                         %

12.5    Are letters of credit or collateral and other funds received from insureds being utilized by the reporting entity to secure premium notes or
         promissory notes taken by a reporting entity, or to secure any of the reporting entity’s reported direct unpaid loss reserves , including unpaid
         losses under deductible features of commercial policies?

12.6    If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year:
                                                                            12.61 Letters of credit                                                         $
                                                                            12.62 Collateral and other funds                                                $

13.1    Largest net aggregate amount insured in any one risk (excluding workers’ compensation):                                                             $

13.2    Does any reinsurance contract considered in the calculation of this amount include an aggregate limit of recovery without also including a
         reinstatement provision?

13.3    State the number of reinsurance contracts (excluding individual facultative risk certificates, but including facultative programs, automatic
         facilities or facultative obligatory contracts) considered in the calculation of the amount.

14.1    Is the company a cedant in a multiple cedant reinsurance contract?

14.2    If yes, please describe the method of allocating and recording reinsurance among the cedants:



14.3    If the answer to 14.1 is yes, are the methods described in item 14.2 entirely contained in the respective multiple cedant reinsurance
          contracts?

14.4    If the answer to 14.3 is no, are all the methods described in 14.2 entirely contained in written agreements?

14.5    If the answer to 14.4 is no, please explain:

15.1    Has the reporting entity guaranteed any financed premium accounts?

15.2    If yes, give full information



16.1    Does the reporting entity write any warranty business?
        If yes, disclose the following information for each of the following types of warranty coverage:

                                                                         1                        2                       3                       4                    5
                                                                   Direct Losses            Direct Losses          Direct Written          Direct Premium       Direct Premium
                                                                      Incurred                 Unpaid                Premium                  Unearned              Earned
16.11   Home
16.12   Products
16.13   Automobile
16.14   Other*
        * Disclose type of coverage:




                                                                                         16.2
        ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                             COMPANY

                                                 GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                    PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES

17.1   Does the reporting entity include amounts recoverable on unauthorized reinsurance in Schedule F - Part 3 that it excludes from Schedule F -
        Part 5?

       Incurred but not reported losses on contracts in force prior to July 1, 1984, and not subsequently renewed are exempt from
        inclusion in Schedule F - Part 5. Provide the following information for this exemption:
                                                                        17.11 Gross amount of unauthorized reinsurance in Schedule F - Part 3 excluded
                                                                                from Schedule F - Part 5                                              $
                                                                        17.12 Unfunded portion of Interrogatory 17.11                                 $
                                                                       17.13 Paid losses and loss adjustment expenses portion of Interrogatory 17.11   $
                                                                       17.14 Case reserves portion of Interrogatory 17.11                              $
                                                                       17.15 Incurred but not reported portion of Interrogatory 17.11                  $
                                                                       17.16 Unearned premium portion of Interrogatory 17.11                           $
                                                                       17.17 Contingent commission portion of Interrogatory 17.11                      $

       Provide the following information for all other amounts included in Schedule F - P art 3 and excluded from
        Schedule F - Part 5, not included above.
                                                                       17.18 Gross amount of unauthorized reinsurance in Schedule F - Part 3 excluded
                                                                              from Schedule F - Part 5                                               $
                                                                       17.19 Unfunded portion of Interrogatory 17.18                                 $
                                                                       17.20 Paid losses and loss adjustment expenses portion of Interrogatory 17.18 $
                                                                       17.21 Case reserves portion of Interrogatory 17.18                              $
                                                                       17.22 Incurred but not reported portion of Interrogatory 17.18                  $
                                                                       17.23 Unearned premium portion of Interrogatory 17.18                           $
                                                                       17.24 Contingent commission portion of Interrogatory 17.18                      $

18.1   Do you act as a custodian for health savings accounts?

18.2   If yes, please provide the amount of custodial funds held as of the reporting date.                                                             $

18.3   Do you act as an administrator for health savings accounts?

18.4   If yes, please provide the balance of funds administered as of the reporting date.                                                              $




                                                                                       16.3
       ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                            COMPANY
                                                    FIVE-YEAR HISTORICAL DATA
                                Show amounts in whole dollars only, no cents; show percentages to one decimal place, i.e. 17.6.
                                                                   1                  2                  3                  4      5
                                                                 2009               2008               2007                2006   2005
      Gross Premiums Written (Page 8, Part 1B Cols.
       1, 2 & 3)
 1.   Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 17.3,
       18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)
 2.   Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)
 3.   Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5,
       8, 22 & 27)
 4.   All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28,
       29, 30 & 34)
 5.   Nonproportional reinsurance lines (Lines 31, 32 &
       33)
 6.   Total (Line 35)
      Net Premiums Written (Page 8, Part 1B, Col. 6)
 7.   Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 17.3,
       18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)
 8.   Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)
 9.   Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5,
       8, 22 & 27)
10.   All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28,
       29, 30 & 34)
11.   Nonproportional reinsurance lines (Lines 31, 32 &
       33)
12.   Total (Line 35)
      Statement of Income (Page 4)
13    Net underwriting gain (loss) (Line 8)
14.   Net investment gain or (loss) (Line 11)
15.   Total other income (Line 15)
16.   Dividends to policyholders (Line 17)
17.   Federal and foreign income taxes incurred (Line 19)
18.   Net income (Line 20)
      Balance Sheet Lines (Pages 2 and 3)
19.   Total admitted assets excluding protected cell
       business (Page 2, Line 24, Col. 3)
20.   Premiums and considerations (Page 2, Col. 3)
      20.1 In course of collection (Line 13.1)
      20.2 Deferred and not yet due (Line 13.2)
      20.3 Accrued retrospective premiums (Line 13.3)
21.   Total liabilities excluding protected cell business
       (Page 3, Line 24)
22.   Losses (Page 3, Line 1)
23.   Loss adjustment expenses (Page 3, Line 3)
24.   Unearned premiums (Page 3, Line 9)
25.   Capital paid up (Page 3, Lines 28 & 29)
26.   Surplus as regards policyholders (Page 3, Line 35)
      Cash Flow (Page 5)
27.   Net cash from operations (Line 11)
      Risk-Based Capital Analysis
28.   Total adjusted capital
29.   Authorized control level risk-based capital
      Percentage Distribution of Cash, Cash
       Equivalents and Invested Assets(Page 2, Col.
       3) (Line divided by Page 2, Line 10, Col. 3)
       x100.0
30.   Bonds (Line 1)
31.   Stocks (Lines 2.1 & 2.2)
32.   Mortgage loans on real estate (Lines 3.1 and 3.2)
33.   Real estate (Lines 4.1, 4.2 & 4.3)
34.   Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments
       (Line 5)
35.   Contract loans (Line 6)
36.   Other invested assets (Line 7)
37.   Receivables for securities (Line 8)
38.   Aggregate write-ins for invested assets (Line 9)
39.   Cash, cash equivalents and invested assets (Line
       10)
      Investments in parent, subsidiaries and affiliates
40.   Affiliated bonds (Schedule D, Summary, Line 12,
       Col. 1)
41.   Affiliated preferred stocks (Schedule D, Summary,
       Line 18, Col. 1)
42.   Affiliated common stocks (Schedule D, Summary,
       Line 24, Col. 1)
43.   Affiliated short-term investments (subtotals included
       in Schedule DA Verification, Col. 5, Line 10)
44.   Affiliated mortgage loans on real estate
45.   All other affiliated
46.   Total of above Lines 40 to 45
47.   Percentage of investments in parent, subsidiaries
       and affiliates to surplus as regards policyholders
       (Line 46 above divided by Page 3, Col. 1, Line 35
       x 100.0)




                                                                               17
          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                               COMPANY
                                                       FIVE-YEAR HISTORICAL DATA
                                                                                  (Continued)
                                                                         1                      2                      3                        4      5
                                                                       2009                   2008                   2007                      2006   2005

         Capital and Surplus Accounts (Page 4)

   48.   Net unrealized capital gains (losses) (Line 24)

   49.   Dividends to stockholders (Line 35)

   50.   Change in surplus as regards policyholders for the
          year (Line 38)

         Gross Losses Paid (Page 9, Part 2, Cols. 1 & 2)

   51.   Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 17.3,
          18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)

   52.   Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)

   53.   Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5,
          8, 22 & 27)

   54.   All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28,
          29, 30 & 34)

   55.   Nonproportional reinsurance lines (Lines 31, 32 &
          33)

   56.   Total (Line 35)

         Net Losses Paid (Page 9, Part 2, Col. 4)

   57.   Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 17.3,
          18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)

   58.   Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)

   59.   Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5,
          8, 22 & 27)

   60.   All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28,
          29, 30 & 34)

   61.   Nonproportional reinsurance lines (Lines 31, 32 &
          33)

   62.   Total (Line 35)

         Operating Percentages (Page 4) (Line divided by
          Page 4, Line 1) x 100.0

   63.   Premiums earned (Line 1)

   64.   Losses incurred (Line 2)

   65.   Loss expenses incurred (Line 3)

   66.   Other underwriting expenses incurred (Line 4)

   67.   Net underwriting gain (loss) (Line 8)

         Other Percentages

   68.   Other underwriting expenses to net premiums
          written (Page 4, Lines 4 + 5 - 15 divided by Page
          8, Part 1B, Col. 6, Line 35 x 100.0)

   69.   Losses and loss expenses incurred to premiums
          earned (Page 4, Lines 2 + 3 divided by Page 4,
          Line 1 x 100.0)

   70.   Net premiums written to policyholders’ surplus
          (Page 8, Part 1B, Col. 6, Line 35 divided by Page
          3, Line 35, Col. 1 x 100.0)

         One Year Loss Development (000 omitted)

   71.   Development in estimated losses and loss
          expenses incurred prior to current year (Schedule
          P - Part 2 - Summary, Line 12, Col. 11)

   72.   Percent of development of losses and loss
          expenses incurred to policyholders’ surplus of prior
          year end (Line 71 above divided by Page 4, Line
          21, Col. 1 x 100.0)

         Two Year Loss Development (000 omitted)

   73.   Development in estimated losses and loss
          expenses incurred two years before the current
          year and prior year (Schedule P, Part 2 -
          Summary, Line 12, Col. 12)

   74.   Percent of development of losses and loss
          expenses incurred to reported policyholders’
          surplus of second prior year end (Line 73 above
          divided by Page 4, Line 21, Col. 2 x 100.0)
NOTE: If a party to a merger, have the two most recent years of this exhibit been restated due to a merger in compliance with the disclosure
        requirements of SSAP No. 3, Accounting Changes and Correction of Errors?
      If no, please explain:




                                                                                         18
          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                               COMPANY
             SCHEDULE P - ANALYSIS OF LOSSES AND LOSS EXPENSES
                       SCHEDULE P - PART 1 - SUMMARY
                                                                                   ($000 OMITTED)
                             Premiums Earned                                                        Loss and Loss Expense Payments                                              12
   Years in       1                 2              3                                           Defense and Cost        Adjusting and Other              10         11
    Which                                                         Loss Payments              Containment Payments          Payments                                          Number of
Premiums Were                                                     4          5                  6            7           8            9                         Total Net     Claims
  Earned and                                                                                                                                      Salvage and Paid Cols      Reported-
 Losses Were  Direct and                                      Direct and                     Direct and               Direct and                  Subrogation (4 - 5 + 6 - 7 Direct and
   Incurred   Assumed              Ceded       Net (1 - 2)    Assumed          Ceded         Assumed        Ceded     Assumed        Ceded         Received      + 8 - 9)    Assumed

   1.   Prior         XXX           XXX           XXX                                                                                                                           XXX

   2.   2000                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   3.   2001                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   4.   2002                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   5.   2003                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   6.   2004                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   7.   2005                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   8.   2006                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   9.   2007                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

  10.   2008                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

  11.   2009                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

  12.   Totals        XXX           XXX           XXX                                                                                                                           XXX


                                                                                                                                                         23         24          25
                                Losses Unpaid                                Defense and Cost Containment Unpaid            Adjusting and Other
                       Case Basis           Bulk + IBNR                       Case Basis             Bulk + IBNR                  Unpaid
                      13        14        15          16                     17         18         19          20             21          22                                  Number
                                                                                                                                                     Salvage    Total Net    of Claims
                                                                                                                                                        and      Losses      Outstand-
                    Direct                   Direct                      Direct                      Direct                 Direct                   Subrog-      and           ing-
                     and                      and                         and                         and                    and                       ation    Expenses     Direct and
                   Assumed       Ceded      Assumed          Ceded      Assumed        Ceded        Assumed    Ceded       Assumed        Ceded     Anticipated Unpaid       Assumed

   1.   Prior                                                                                                                                                                   XXX

   2.   2000                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   3.   2001                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   4.   2002                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   5.   2003                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   6.   2004                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   7.   2005                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   8.   2006                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

   9.   2007                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

  10.   2008                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

  11.   2009                                                                                                                                                                    XXX

  12.   Totals                                                                                                                                                                  XXX


                                   Total                              Loss and Loss Expense Percentage                                             34           Net Balance Sheet
                     Losses and Loss Expenses Incurred                   (Incurred /Premiums Earned)                Nontabular Discount                       Reserves After Discount
                       26           27            28                    29             30          31                32            33           Inter-           35            36
                                                                                                                                              Company
                     Direct                                           Direct                                                                   Pooling                        Loss
                      and                                              and                                                       Loss        Participation     Losses       Expenses
                    Assumed         Ceded              Net           Assumed        Ceded             Net           Loss        Expense      Percentage        Unpaid        Unpaid

   1.   Prior          XXX            XXX              XXX             XXX             XXX            XXX                                          XXX

   2.   2000

   3.   2001

   4.   2002

   5.   2003

   6.   2004

   7.   2005

   8.   2006

   9.   2007

  10.   2008

  11.   2009

  12.   Totals         XXX            XXX              XXX             XXX             XXX            XXX                                          XXX

Note: Parts 2 and 4 are gross of all discounting, including tabular discounting. Part 1 is gross of only nontabular discounting, which is reported in Columns 32 and 33 of Part 1. The
       tabular discount, if any, is reported in the Notes to Financial Statements which will reconcile Part 1 with Parts 2 and 4.




                                                                                               31
        ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                             COMPANY
                                      SCHEDULE P - PART 2 - SUMMARY
  Years in      INCURRED NET LOSSES AND DEFENSE AND COST CONTAINMENT EXPENSES REPORTED AT YEAR END ($000 OMITTED)         DEVELOPMENT
Which Losses         1        2        3          4        5        6         7        8         9          10            11       12
Were Incurred      2000     2001      2002      2003     2004     2005      2006     2007       2008      2009          One Year Two Year

 1.   Prior

 2.   2000

 3.   2001        XXX

 4.   2002        XXX       XXX

 5.   2003        XXX       XXX        XXX

 6.   2004        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX

 7.   2005        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX

 8.   2006        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX

 9.   2007        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX    XXX

10.   2008        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX    XXX    XXX                                            XXX

11.   2009        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX    XXX    XXX       XXX                         XXX      XXX

                                                                                                          12. Totals




                                      SCHEDULE P - PART 3 - SUMMARY
                   CUMULATIVE PAID NET LOSSES AND DEFENSE AND COST CONTAINMENT EXPENSES REPORTED AT YEAR END               11          12
                                                          ($000 OMITTED)                                                Number of   Number of
  Years in         1         2          3         4         5         6       7         8        9         10            Claims      Claims
   Which                                                                                                                 Closed      Closed
   Losses                                                                                                                 With       Without
    Were                                                                                                                  Loss        Loss
  Incurred        2000      2001       2002          2003      2004      2005   2006   2007      2008          2009     Payment     Payment

 1.   Prior        000                                                                                                       XXX      XXX

 2.   2000                                                                                                                   XXX      XXX

 3.   2001        XXX                                                                                                        XXX      XXX

 4.   2002        XXX       XXX                                                                                              XXX      XXX

 5.   2003        XXX       XXX        XXX                                                                                   XXX      XXX

 6.   2004        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX                                                                     XXX      XXX

 7.   2005        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX                                                        XXX      XXX

 8.   2006        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX                                                 XXX      XXX

 9.   2007        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX    XXX                                          XXX      XXX

10.   2008        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX    XXX    XXX                                   XXX      XXX

11.   2009        XXX       XXX        XXX           XXX          XXX    XXX    XXX    XXX       XXX                         XXX      XXX




                                      SCHEDULE P - PART 4 - SUMMARY
                 BULK AND IBNR RESERVES ON NET LOSSES AND DEFENSE AND COST CONTAINMENT EXPENSES REPORTED AT YEAR END ($000 OMITTED)
  Years in          1            2          3           4           5          6          7          8            9           10
   Which
   Losses
    Were
  Incurred         2000        2001           2002          2003        2004    2005      2006          2007           2008          2009

 1.   Prior

 2.   2000

 3.   2001         XXX

 4.   2002         XXX         XXX

 5.   2003         XXX         XXX            XXX

 6.   2004         XXX         XXX            XXX           XXX

 7.   2005         XXX         XXX            XXX           XXX         XXX

 8.   2006         XXX         XXX            XXX           XXX         XXX      XXX

 9.   2007         XXX         XXX            XXX           XXX         XXX      XXX      XXX

10.   2008         XXX         XXX            XXX           XXX         XXX      XXX      XXX           XXX

11.   2009         XXX         XXX            XXX           XXX         XXX      XXX      XXX           XXX            XXX




                                                                         32
          ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                               COMPANY
                            SCHEDULE T - EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS WRITTEN
                                                                      Allocated by States and Territories
                                            1         Gross Premiums, Including            4               5                6        7           8               9
                                                     Policy and Membership Fees,                                                                               Direct
                                                      Less Return Premiums and                                                                              Premiums
                                                       Premiums on Policies Not       Dividends                                                             Written for
                                                                Taken                   Paid or          Direct                             Finance and       Federal
                                                           2              3           Credited to       Losses                                 Service     Purchasing
                                                         Direct        Direct        Policyholders       Paid             Direct   Direct   Charges Not       Groups
                                         Active        Premiums      Premiums          on Direct      (Deducting         Losses    Losses    Included in   (Included in
            States, Etc.                 Status         Written       Earned           Business        Salvage)         Incurred   Unpaid     Premiums      Column 2)
   1.   Alabama                AL
   2.   Alaska                 AK
   3.   Arizona                AZ
   4.   Arkansas               AR
   5.   California             CA
   6.   Colorado               CO
   7.   Connecticut            CT
   8.   Delaware               DE
   9.   District of Columbia   DC
  10.   Florida                FL
  11.   Georgia                GA
  12.   Hawaii                 HI
  13.   Idaho                  ID
  14.   Illinois               IL
  15.   Indiana                IN
  16.   Iowa                   IA
  17.   Kansas                 KS
  18.   Kentucky               KY
  19.   Louisiana              LA
  20.   Maine                  ME
  21.   Maryland               MD
  22.   Massachusetts          MA
  23.   Michigan               MI
  24.   Minnesota              MN
  25.   Mississippi            MS
  26.   Missouri               MO
  27.   Montana                MT
  28.   Nebraska               NE
  29.   Nevada                 NV
  30.   New Hampshire          NH
  31.   New Jersey             NJ
  32.   New Mexico             NM
  33.   New York               NY
  34.   North Carolina         NC
  35.   North Dakota           ND
  36.   Ohio                   OH
  37.   Oklahoma               OK
  38.   Oregon                 OR
  39.   Pennsylvania           PA
  40.   Rhode Island           RI
  41.   South Carolina         SC
  42.   South Dakota           SD
  43.   Tennessee              TN
  44.   Texas                  TX
  45.   Utah                   UT
  46.   Vermont                VT
  47.   Virginia               VA
  48.   Washington             WA
  49.   West Virginia          WV
  50.   Wisconsin              WI
  51.   Wyoming                WY
  52.   American Samoa         AS
  53.   Guam                   GU
  54.   Puerto Rico            PR
  55.   U.S. Virgin Islands    VI
  56.   Northern Mariana
          Islands              MP
  57.   Canada                 CN
  58.   Aggregate Other Aliens OT     XXX
  59.   Totals (a)                (a)
        DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
 5801.                                    XXX
 5802.                                    XXX
 5803.                                    XXX
 5898. Summary of remaining
        write-ins for Line 58 from
        overflow page                     XXX
 5899. Totals (Lines 5801 through
        5803 plus 5898)(Line 58
        above)                            XXX
                                                           Explanation of basis of allocation of premiums by states, etc.
Premiums by states are based on the domicilliary location of the insured risks.
(a) Insert the number of L responses except for Canada and Other Alien.




                                                                                         92
                                                            ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                                 COMPANY

     SCHEDULE Y - INFORMATION CONCERNING ACTIVITIES OF INSURER MEMBERS OF A HOLDING COMPANY GROUP
                                     PART 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
     Company                                                        FEIN         NAIC    Domiciled     Ownership                                           %
     20th Century Insurance Services, Inc                           95-4723863   NA      NV            21st Century Insurance Group                        100.00
     21st Century Casualty Company                                  95-4136306   36404   CA            21st Century Insurance Group                        100.00
     21st Century Insurance Company                                 95-2565072   12963   CA            21st Century Insurance Group                        100.00
     21st Century Insurance Company of the Southwest                86-0812982   10245   TX            21st Century Insurance Group                        100.00
     21st Century Insurance Group                                   95-1935264   NA      DE            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
     21st Century Insurance Group                                   95-1935264   NA      DE            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     21st Century Insurance Group                                   95-1935264   NA      DE            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     50th State Risk Management Services Inc,                       99-0215429   NA      HI            Hawaii Insurance Consultants, Ltd                   100.00
     AIG Advantage Insurance Company                                22-3398993   25232   MN            American International Insurance Company            100.00
     AIG Auto Insurance Company of New Jersey                       22-3337475   10184   NJ            AIG Centennial Insurance Company                    100.00
     AIG Centennial Insurance Company                               23-2044095   34789   PA            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
     AIG Centennial Insurance Company                               23-2044095   34789   PA            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     AIG Centennial Insurance Company                               23-2044095   34789   PA            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.                             22-2640040   28487   HI            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
     AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.                             22-2640040   28487   HI            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.                             22-2640040   28487   HI            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     AIG Indemnity Insurance Company                                13-1967524   43974   PA            AIG Premier Insurance Company                       100.00
     AIG Marketing Inc                                              51-0283170   NA      DE            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
94




     AIG Marketing Inc                                              51-0283170   NA      DE            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     AIG Marketing Inc                                              51-0283170   NA      DE            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     AIG National Insurance Company, Inc.                           13-3801089   36587   NY            New Hampshire Indemnity Company, Inc.               100.00
     AIG Preferred Insurance Company                                95-2743473   22225   PA            AIG Centennial Insurance Company                    100.00
     AIG Premier Insurance Company                                  22-1721971   20796   PA            AIG Centennial Insurance Company                    100.00
     Aktiengesellschaft Assuricum                                   N/A          N/A     Switzerland   Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.                       99.60
     Allied Zurich Holdings Limited                                 N/A          N/A     CI            Zurich Financial Services Ltd.                      100.00
     Allied Zurich Limited UK                                       N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Financial Services Ltd.                      100.00
     Alpina International                                           AA-1460010   N/A     Switzerland   Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.                       100.00
     American Federation Insurance Company                          59-2326047   43699   FL            Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan   100.00
     American Guarantee & Liability Insurance Co.                   36-6071400   26247   NY            Zurich American Insurance Company                   100.00
     American International Insurance Company                       13-3333609   32220   NY            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
     American International Insurance Company                       13-3333609   32220   NY            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     American International Insurance Company                       13-3333609   32220   NY            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     American International Insurance Company of California, Inc.   95-4232263   43761   CA            American International Insurance Company            100.00
     American International Insurance Company of Delaware           13-3551577   44245   DE            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
     American International Insurance Company of Delaware           13-3551577   44245   DE            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     American International Insurance Company of Delaware           13-3551577   44245   DE            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     American International Insurance Company of New Jersey         13-3922232   10710   NJ            American International Insurance Company            100.00
     American International Pacific Insurance Company               02-0226203   23795   CO            Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
     American International Pacific Insurance Company               02-0226203   23795   CO            Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
     American International Pacific Insurance Company               02-0226203   23795   CO            Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
     American Pacific Insurance Company, Inc.                       13-3953213   10805   HI            AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.                  100.00
     American Zurich Insurance Company                              36-3141762   40142   IL            Steadfast Insurance Company                         100.00
     Apex Adjustment Bureau, Inc                                    59-2029544   N/A     FL            Bristol West Holdings, Inc                          100.00
     Assurance Company of America                                   13-6081895   19305   NY            Maryland Casualty Company                           100.00
     Bayview Adjustment Bureau, Inc                                 65-0221990   N/A     CA            Bristol West Holdings, Inc                          100.00
                                                              ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                                   COMPANY

       SCHEDULE Y - INFORMATION CONCERNING ACTIVITIES OF INSURER MEMBERS OF A HOLDING COMPANY GROUP
                                       PART 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
       Company                                                     FEIN         NAIC    Domiciled   Ownership                                                  %
       Bristol West Casualty Insurance Company                     34-1893500   11034   OH          Coast National Insurance Company                           100.00
       Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                  13-3994449   N/A     FL          Farmers Insurance Exchange                                 42.00
       Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                  13-3994449   N/A     FL          Fire Insurance Exchange                                    03.75
       Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                  13-3994449   N/A     FL          Truck Insurance Exchange                                   06.75
       Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                  13-3994449   N/A     FL          Mid-Century Insurance Company                              47.50
       Bristol West Insurance Company                              38-1865162   19658   OH          Coast National Insurance Company                           100.00
       Bristol West Insurance Services Inc, of Florida             65-0616769   N/A     FL          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Bristol West Insurance Services of California, Inc          65-0880876   N/A     CA          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Bristol West Insurance Services of Georgia, Inc             65-0956634   N/A     GA          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Bristol West Insurance Services of Nevada, Inc              65-0919338   N/A     NV          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Bristol West Insurance Services of Pennsylvania, Inc        65-0935354   N/A     PA          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Bristol West Insurance Services of Texas, Inc               75-2791620   N/A     TX          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Bristol West Preferred Insurance Company                    86-1174452   12774   MI          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Centre Financial Services Holdings Limited                  N/A          N/A     BDA         Centre Group Holdings Limited                              100.00
       Centre Group Holdings (US) Limited                          13-4038482   N/A     DE          Centre Solutions (Bermuda) Limited                         100.00
       Centre Group Holdings Limited                               N/A          N/A     BDA         CMSH Limited                                               100.00
       Centre Insurance Company                                    13-2653231   34649   DE          Centre Solutions (US) Limited                              100.00
       Centre Life Insurance Company                               04-1589940   80896   MA          Centre Solutions (US) Limited                              100.00
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       Centre Reinsurance (US) Limited                             N/A          N/A     BDA         Centre Group Holdings (US) Limited                         100.00
       Centre Solutions (Bermuda) Limited                          N/A          N/A     BDA         Centre Group Holdings Limited                              100.00
       Centre Solutions (US) Limited                               N/A          N/A     BDA         Centre Group Holdings (US) Limited                         100.00
       Civic Property & Casualty Co.                               95-4528269   10315   CA          Fire Insurance Exchange                                    80.00
       Civic Property & Casualty Co.                               95-4528269   10315   CA          Truck Insurance Exchange                                   20.00
       CMSH Limited                                                N/A          N/A     BDA         Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.                              100.00
       Coast National General Agency, Inc                          76-0543593   N/A     CA          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Coast National Holding Company                              33-0246699   N/A     CA          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                                 100.00
       Coast National Insurance Company                            33-0246701   25089   CA          Coast National Holding Company                             100.00
       Colonial American Casualty & Surety Co.                     52-1096670   34347   MD          Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland                     100.00
       Corvette General Agency, Inc.                               31-1368858   NA      GA          Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.               100.00
       Crown Management Services Limited                           13-3971194   N/A     DE          CMSH Limited                                               100.00
       Disability Management Services, Inc.                        06-1427246   N/A     CT          Centre Group Holdings (US) Limited                         40.00
       Diversified Specialty Risk                                  76-0565226   N/A     TX          American Guarantee & Liability Insurance Co.               100.00
       Empire Fire & Marine Insurance Company                      47-6022701   21326   NE          Zurich American Insurance Company                          100.00
       Empire Indemnity Insurance Company                          73-6091717   21334   OK          Zurich American Insurance Company                          100.00
       Empire Management Services, Inc.                            47-0794581   N/A     NE          Empire Fire & Marine Insurance Company                     100.00
       Exact Property & Casualty Co.                               95-4528266   10318   CA          Fire Insurance Exchange                                    80.00
       Exact Property & Casualty Co.                               95-4528266   10318   CA          Truck Insurance Exchange                                   20.00
       Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC                            77-0530616   N/A     NV          FFS Holding, LLC                                           100.00
       Farmers Group, Inc.                                         95-0725935   N/A     NV          Zurich Insurance Company Ltd. (See Note 1)                 87.90
       Farmers Group, Inc.                                         95-0725935   N/A     NV          Zurich Financial Services, Ltd. (See Note 1)               10.375
       Farmers Group, Inc.                                         95-0725935   N/A     NV          Zurich RegCaPs Funding Limited Partnerships (See Note 1)   01.725
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Arizona                            95-2626387   21598   AZ          Farmers Insurance Exchange                                 70.00
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Arizona                            95-2626387   21598   AZ          Truck Insurance Exchange                                   20.00
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Arizona                            95-2626387   21598   AZ          Fire Insurance Exchange                                    10.00
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Idaho                              95-2626385   21601   ID          Farmers Insurance Exchange                                 80.00
                                                         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                              COMPANY

       SCHEDULE Y - INFORMATION CONCERNING ACTIVITIES OF INSURER MEMBERS OF A HOLDING COMPANY GROUP
                                       PART 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
       Company                                                FEIN         NAIC    Domiciled   Ownership                                           %
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Idaho                         95-2626385   21601   ID          Truck Insurance Exchange                            13.30
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Idaho                         95-2626385   21601   ID          Fire Insurance Exchange                             06.70
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Oregon                        95-2655893   21636   OR          Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Oregon                        95-2655893   21636   OR          Truck Insurance Exchange                            20.00
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Washington                    95-2655894   21644   WA          Fire Insurance Exchange                             80.00
       Farmers Insurance Co. of Washington                    95-2655894   21644   WA          Truck Insurance Exchange                            20.00
       Farmers Insurance Co., Inc.                            48-0609012   21628   KS          Farmers Insurance Exchange                          90.00
       Farmers Insurance Co., Inc.                            48-0609012   21628   KS          Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
       Farmers Insurance Exchange                             95-2575893   21652   CA          Interinsurance Exchange - See Note 2
       Farmers Insurance of Columbus, Inc.                    31-0956373   36889   OH          Farmers Insurance Exchange                          100.00
       Farmers New Century Insurance Company                  36-4165395   10806   IL          Illinois Farmers Insurance Co.                      100.00
       Farmers New World Life Insurance Company               91-0335750   63177   WA          Farmers Group, Inc.                                 100.00
       Farmers Reinsurance Company                            95-4650862   10873   CA          Farmers Group, Inc.                                 100.00
       Farmers Services Insurance Agency                      95-6048990   N/A     CA          Truck Insurance Exchange                            100.00
       Farmers Services, LLC                                  35-2281892   N/A     DE          ZFUS Services, LLC                                  100.00
       Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Company          74-1067657   24392   TX          County Mutual Company - See Note 3
       FCOA, LLC                                              27-0342907   N/A     DE          Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan   100.00
       Federation Insurance Services of California, Inc.      74-2087202   NA      CA          Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan   100.00
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       FFS Holding, LLC                                       77-0530617   N/A     NV          Mid Century Ins. Co.                                100.00
       Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland                 13-3046577   39306   MD          Zurich American Insurance Company                   100.00
       Fire Insurance Exchange                                95-6235715   21660   CA          Interinsurance Exchange - See Note 4
       Fire Underwriters Association                          95-2670247   N/A     CA          Farmers Group, Inc.                                 100.00
       Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.           38-2336672   NA      MI          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost Affinity Services, Inc.                       38-2234183   NA      MI          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost County Mutual Insurance Company               38-1721730   29254   TX          County Mutual Company - See Note 5
       Foremost Express Insurance Agency, Inc.                38-2505922   NA      MI          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost Financial Services Corporation                73-0462770   NA      DE          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost Home Brokers, Inc,                            38-2197432   NA      MI          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost Home Services Corporation                     38-2260224   NA      MI          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan      38-1407533   11185   MI          Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
       Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan      38-1407533   11185   MI          Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
       Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan      38-1407533   11185   MI          Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
       Foremost Lloyds of Texas                               75-1779175   41688   TX          Lloyds Company - See Note 6
       Foremost Property and Casualty Insurance Company       35-1604635   11800   MI          Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan   100.00
       Foremost Real Estate Company Grand Rapids, Michigan    38-2429614   NA      MI          FCOA, LLC                                           100.00
       Foremost Signature Insurance Company                   38-2430150   41513   MI          Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan   100.00
       Frontier Insurance Agency, Inc.                        38-2987361   NA      OR          Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.        100.00
       GP, LLC                                                65-1142050   N/A     DE          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                          100.00
       Hawaii Insurance Consultants, Ltd                      99-0083322   NA      HI          Farmers Insurance Exchange                          80.00
       Hawaii Insurance Consultants, Ltd                      99-0083322   NA      HI          Fire Insurance Exchange                             10.00
       Hawaii Insurance Consultants, Ltd                      99-0083322   NA      HI          Truck Insurance Exchange                            10.00
       i21 Insurance Services                                 61-1420182   NA      CA          21st Century Insurance Group                        100.00
       Illinois Farmers Insurance Co.                         36-2661515   21679   IL          Farmers Insurance Exchange                          100.00
       Insurance Data Systems, G.P.                           65-0881673   N/A     FL          Bristol West Holdings, Inc                          99.90
       Insurance Data Systems, G.P.                           65-0881673   N/A     FL          GP, LLC                                             00.10
                                                         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                              COMPANY

       SCHEDULE Y - INFORMATION CONCERNING ACTIVITIES OF INSURER MEMBERS OF A HOLDING COMPANY GROUP
                                       PART 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
       Company                                                FEIN         NAIC    Domiciled             Ownership                                      %
       Kemper Corporation                                     36-6169781   N/A     DE                    Zurich Holding Company of America              100.00
       Kemper Investors Life Insurance Company                36-3050975   90557   IL                    Kemper Corporation                             100.00
       Knight Agency, Inc.                                    61-1281764   NA      KY                    Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.   100.00
       Leschi Life Assurance Company                          20-5623867   12888   SC                    Farmers New World Life Insurance Company       100.00
       Maryland Casualty Company                              52-0403120   19356   MD                    Zurich American Insurance Company              100.00
       Maryland Insurance Company                             74-6017951   19348   TX                    Maryland Casualty Company                      100.00
       Mid Century Ins. Co.                                   95-6016640   21687   CA                    Farmers Insurance Exchange                     80.00
       Mid Century Ins. Co.                                   95-6016640   21687   CA                    Fire Insurance Exchange                        12.50
       Mid Century Ins. Co.                                   95-6016640   21687   CA                    Truck Insurance Exchange                       07.50
       Mid Century Ins. Co. of Texas                          74-2448744   28673   TX                    Farmers Insurance Exchange                     100.00
       Neighborhood Spirit Property & Casualty Co.            95-4528264   10317   CA                    Fire Insurance Exchange                        80.00
       Neighborhood Spirit Property & Casualty Co.            95-4528264   10317   CA                    Truck Insurance Exchange                       20.00
       New Hampshire Indemnity Company, Inc.                  02-0227294   23833   PA                    Farmers Insurance Exchange                     80.00
       New Hampshire Indemnity Company, Inc.                  02-0227294   23833   PA                    Fire Insurance Exchange                        10.00
       New Hampshire Indemnity Company, Inc.                  02-0227294   23833   PA                    Truck Insurance Exchange                       10.00
       Northern Insurance Company of New York                 13-5283360   19372   NY                    Maryland Casualty Company                      100.00
       Orange Stone Holdings                                  N/A          N/A     IRE                   CMSH Limited                                   100.00
       Orange Stone Reinsurance                               N/A          N/A     IRE                   Crown Management Services Limited              100.00
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       Pacific Way Insurance Agency, Inc.                     38-2987359   NA      WA                    Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.   100.00
       Pilot Assurance Company Limited                        N/A          N/A     UK                    Zurich International (Uk) Limited              100.00
       Security National Insurance Company                    65-0109120   33120   FL                    Bristol West Holdings, Inc                     100.00
       South County Services Company, Inc.                    06-1313326   N/A     NY                    Sterling Forest, LLC                           100.00
       Steadfast Insurance Company                            52-0981481   26387   DE                    Zurich American Insurance Company              100.00
       Steadfast Santa Clarita Holdings LLC                   N/A          N/A     DE                    Steadfast Insurance Company                    100.00
       Sterling Forest LLC                                    36-4233459   N/A     DE                    Zurich American Insurance Company              100.00
       Sunrise Insurance Agency of Arizona, Inc.              31-1360491   NA      AZ                    Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.   100.00
       Sunrise Insurance Agency of Texas, Inc.                38-2987749   NA      TX                    Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.   100.00
       Sunrise Insurance Agency, Inc.                         88-0266963   NA      NV                    Foremost Affiliated Insurance Services, Inc.   100.00
       Texas Farmers Insurance Co.                            94-1663548   21695   TX                    Farmers Insurance Exchange                     86.30
       Texas Farmers Insurance Co.                            94-1663548   21695   TX                    Mid Century Ins. Co.                           13.70
       The Zurich Services Corp.                              36-3839542   N/A     IL                    Zurich Holding Company of America              100.00
       Truck Insurance Exchange                               95-2575892   21709   CA                    Interinsurance Exchange - See Note 7
       Truck Underwriters Association                         95-2670330   N/A     CA                    Farmers Group, Inc.                            100.00
       Universal Underwriters Acceptance Corp.                48-1148905   N/A     KS                    Zurich Holding Company of America              100.00
       Universal Underwriters Insurance Company               43-1249228   41181   KS                    Zurich American Insurance Company              100.00
       Universal Underwriters Insurance Services, Inc.        04-3126497   N/A     MA                    Universal Underwriters Management Company      100.00
       Universal Underwriters Life Ins. Co.                   43-0824418   70173   KS                    Universal Underwriters Insurance Company       100.00
       Universal Underwriters Management Company              75-2990954   N/A     KS                    Zurich Holding Company of America              100.00
       Universal Underwriters of Texas Ins. Co.               36-3139101   40843   TX                    Universal Underwriters Insurance Company       100.00
       Universal Underwriters Service Corp.                   43-1269296   N/A     MO                    Zurich Holding Company of America              100.00
       UUBVI, Limited                                         48-1195826   N/A     British Virgin Island Universal Underwriters Service Corporation     100.00
       Vehicle Dealer Solutions, Inc.                         26-1282208   N/A     FL                    The Zurich Services Corporation                100.00
       Veyond Pacific Technology Solutions, LLC               20-3821099   NA      HI                    AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.             99.90
       Veyond Pacific Technology Solutions, LLC               20-3821099   NA      HI                    American Pacific Insurance Company             00.10
       Veyond Pacific Technology, Inc                         20-3821011   NA      HI                    Veyond Pacific Technology Solutions, LLC       100.00
                                                         ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                              COMPANY

       SCHEDULE Y - INFORMATION CONCERNING ACTIVITIES OF INSURER MEMBERS OF A HOLDING COMPANY GROUP
                                       PART 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
       Company                                                FEIN         NAIC    Domiciled     Ownership                             %
       Veyond Technology Solutions, LLC                       04-3726591   NA      HI            AIG Hawaii Insurance Company, Inc.    92.50
       Veyond Technology Solutions, LLC                       04-3726591   NA      HI            American Pacific Insurance Company    7.50
       Veyond Technology, Inc                                 04-3682284   NA      HI            Veyond Technology Solutions, LLC      100.00
       Western Star Underwriters, Inc.                        74-1593853   NA      TX            FCOA, LLC                             100.00
       ZC Specialty Insurance Company                         74-1048815   24317   TX            Centre Solutions (US) Limited         100.00
       ZFS Finance, USA LLC I                                 81-0680887   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZFS Finance, USA LLC II                                81-0680889   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZFS Finance, USA LLC III                               11-3764504   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZFS Finance (USA) LLC IV                               77-0684539   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZFS Finance (USA) LLC V                                77-0684542   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZFUS Services, LLC                                     20-5900744   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZGEE4 Limited                                          N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Specialties London Limited     100.00
       ZNA Services, LLC                                      02-0802795   N/A     DE            ZFUS Services, LLC                    100.00
       ZSFH, LLC                                              36-3096373   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       ZSL Financing Limited                                  N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Specialties London Limited     99.00
       ZSL Financing Limited                                  N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Holdings (UK) Limited          01.00
       Zurich Agency Services, Inc.                           74-2717532   N/A     TX            Maryland Casualty Company             100.00
       Zurich Alternative Asset Management, LLC               86-1164252   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
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       Zurich American Insurance Company                      36-4233459   16535   NY            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       Zurich American Insurance Company of Illinois          36-2781080   27855   IL            American Zurich Insurance Company     100.00
       Zurich Benefit Finance, LLC                            13-4186554   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       Zurich CZI Management Holding Ltd.                     36-4412924   N/A     DE            Zurich Global Investment Management   100.00
       Zurich E&S Brokerage, Inc.                             95-4773780   N/A     CA            Zurich American Insurance Company     100.00
       Zurich Espana, Compania de Seguros y Reaseguros, S.A   AA-1840150   N/A     Spain         Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         88.79
       Zurich Espana, Compania de Seguros y Reaseguros, S.A   AA-1840150   N/A     Spain         Zurich Insurance Plc - UK Branch      11.21
       Zurich Finance (USA), Inc                              36-4228642   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       Zurich Global (Bermuda) Ltd.                           AA-3190947   N/A     BDA           Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       Zurich Global Corporate (UK) Limited                   N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Specialties London Limited     100.00
       Zurich Global Investment Management, LLC               04-3729755   N/A     DE            Zurich Holding Company of America     100.00
       Zurich Holding (UK) Limited                            N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         100.00
       Zurich Holding Company of America                      36-3096373   N/A     DE            Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         99.87
       Zurich Holding Company of America                      36-3096373   N/A     DE            Crown Management Services Limited     00.13
       Zurich Insurance Company Bermuda Branch                AA-3190825   N/A     BDA           Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         100.00
       Zurich Insurance Company Head Office of Canada         AA-1560999   N/A     Canada        Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         100.00
       Zurich Insurance Company HK Branch                     AA-5324112   N/A     Hong Kong     Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         100.00
       Zurich Insurance Company Limited (Singapore Branch)    AA-5760036   N/A     Singapore     Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         100.00
       Zurich Insurance Company Limited Japan Branch          AA-1584115   N/A     Japan         Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         100.00
       Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.                          AA-1460190   N/A     Switzerland   Zurich Financial Services Ltd.        100.00
       Zurich Insurance Plc - UK Branch                       AA-1780059   N/A     UK            Zurich Insurance Plc Head Office      100.00
       Zurich International (Bermuda) Ltd.                    AA-3190185   N/A     BDA           Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.         59.58
       Zurich International (Bermuda) Ltd.                    AA-3190185   N/A     BDA           Aktiengesellschaft Assuricum          40.42
       Zurich International (UK) Limited                      N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Specialties London Limited     100.00
       Zurich Latin America Corporation                       26-0530367   N/A     DE            The Zurich Services Corporation       100.00
       Zurich Life Insurance Company Ltd.                     N/A          N/A     Switzerland   Zurich Financial Services Ltd.        100.00
       Zurich Professional Limited                            N/A          N/A     UK            Zurich Specialties London Limited     51.00
                                                              ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2009 OF THE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC INSURANCE
                                                                                                   COMPANY

       SCHEDULE Y - INFORMATION CONCERNING ACTIVITIES OF INSURER MEMBERS OF A HOLDING COMPANY GROUP
                                       PART 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
       Company                                                        FEIN                NAIC         Domiciled          Ownership                                                     %
       Zurich Professional Limited                                    N/A                 N/A          UK                 Zurich Holdings (UK) Limited                                  49.00
       Zurich Realty, Inc.                                            30-0165071          N/A          IL                 The Zurich Services Corporation                               100.00
       Zurich Specialties London Limited                              N/A                 N/A          UK                 Zurich Holdings (UK) Limited                                  100.00
       Zurich Versicherung Aktiengesellschaft (Deutschland)           AA-1340017          N/A          Germany            Zurich Beteiligungs-Aktiengesellschaft (Deutschland)          78.23
       Zurich Versicherung Aktiengesellschaft (Deutschland)           AA-1340017          N/A          Germany            Deutscher Herold AG                                           21.77
       Zurich Warranty Solutions, Inc.                                36-4453190          N/A          IL                 American Zurich Insurance Company                             100.00


       Zurich Financial Services Ltd. conducts its primary insurance operations in the United States through:
              (A) Two property/casualty groups, each operating INDEPENDENTLY with its own staff:
                     Zurich U.S. Insurance Group comprising of Zurich American Insurance Company and its direct and indirect insurance subsidiaries.
                     Farmers Insurance Group comprising of Fire Insurance Exchange, Truck Insurance Exchange and Farmers Insurance Exchange and each of their direct and indirect insurance subsidiaries.

       Note 1: Ownership is allocated among three classes of common stock. The Class A shares are held by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd., a Swiss company, and represent 86.625% of the voting rights.
       The Class B shares are held by Zurich Financial Services Ltd., a Swiss company and represent 10.00% of the voting rights. The Class C shares are broken down into six series. Two of these series
       are owned by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd. One of these series is owned by Zurich Financial Services Ltd. Three of these series are owned by Delaware limited partnerships, of which Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.
       is the general partner and Zurich Financial Services Ltd. is the limited partner. The Class C shares in total represent 3.375% of the voting rights of Farmers Group, Inc. Below are Class C ownership information
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       and the corresponding voting percentages.
               Class C-1 shares are owned by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd. and represent .600% of the voting rights.
               Class C-2 shares are owned by Zurich RegCaPs Funding Limited Partnership II and represent .450% of the voting rights.
               Class C-3 shares are owned by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd. and represent .675% of the voting rights.
               Class C-4 shares are owned by Zurich Financial Services Ltd. and represent .375% of the voting rights.
               Class C-5 shares are owned by Zurich RegCaPs Funding Limited Partnership V and represent .600% of the voting rights.
               Class C-6 shares are owned by Zurich RegCaPs Funding Limited Partnership VI and represent .675% of the voting rights.
       Note 2: Farmers Insurance Exchange, formed and organized pursuant to California Insurance Code Section 1280, et seq., is managed by its attorney-in-fact, Farmers Group, Inc., dba Farmers Underwriters Association.
       Note 3: Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Company, formed and organized pursuant to Chapter 912 of the Texas Insurance Code, is managed by Farmers Group, Inc., dba Farmers Underwriters Association
       Note 4: Fire Insurance Exchange, formed and organized pursuant to California Insurance Code Section 1280, et seq., is managed by its attorney-in-fact, Fire Underwriters Association.
       Note 5: Foremost County Mutual Insurance Company is managed by Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan.
       Note 6: Foremost Lloyds of Texas underwriters are officers and/or directors of Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan.
       Note 7: Truck Insurance Exchange, formed and organized pursuant to California Insurance Code Section 1280, et seq., is managed by its attorney-in-fact, Truck Underwriters Association.
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      Additional Write-ins for Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 2 Line34
                                                                                                                          Losses Paid Less Salvage                                  5                    6                   7                     8
                                                                                                          1                2                    3              4                                                                            Percentage of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Losses Incurred
                                                                                                                                                                            Net Losses Unpaid                         Losses Incurred     (Col. 7, Part 2) to
                                                                                                                      Reinsurance         Reinsurance    Net Payments          Current Year       Net Losses Unpaid    Current Year       Premiums Earned
                                                              Line of Business                      Direct Business    Assumed             Recovered    (Cols. 1 + 2 -3 )    (Part 2A , Col. 8)       Prior Year      (Cols. 4 + 5 - 6)     (Col. 4, Part 1)
          3404.
          3497.      Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 34 from overflow page
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   Assets                                                           2
   Cash Flow                                                        5
   Exhibit of Capital Gains (Losses)                                12
   Exhibit of Net Investment Income                                 12
   Exhibit of Nonadmitted Assets                                    13
   Exhibit of Premiums and Losses (State Page)                      19
   Five-Year Historical Data                                        17
   General Interrogatories                                          15
   Jurat Page                                                       1
   Liabilities, Surplus and Other Funds                             3
   Notes To Financial Statements                                    14
   Overflow Page For Write-ins                                      97
   Schedule A - Part 1                                              E01
   Schedule A - Part 2                                              E02
   Schedule A - Part 3                                              E03
   Schedule A - Verification Between Years                          SI02
   Schedule B - Part 1                                              E04
   Schedule B - Part 2                                              E05
   Schedule B - Part 3                                              E06
   Schedule B - Verification Between Years                          SI02
   Schedule BA - Part 1                                             E07
   Schedule BA - Part 2                                             E08
   Schedule BA - Part 3                                             E09
   Schedule BA - Verification Between Years                         SI03
   Schedule D - Part 1                                              E10
   Schedule D - Part 1A - Section 1                                 SI05
   Schedule D - Part 1A - Section 2                                 SI08
   Schedule D - Part 2 - Section 1                                  E11
   Schedule D - Part 2 - Section 2                                  E12
   Schedule D - Part 3                                              E13
   Schedule D - Part 4                                              E14
   Schedule D - Part 5                                              E15
   Schedule D - Part 6 - Section 1                                  E16
   Schedule D - Part 6 - Section 2                                  E16
   Schedule D - Summary By Country                                  SI04
   Schedule D - Verification Between Years                          SI03
   Schedule DA - Part 1                                             E17
   Schedule DA - Verification Between Years                         SI11
   Schedule DB - Part A - Section 1                                 E18
   Schedule DB - Part A - Section 2                                 E18
   Schedule DB - Part A - Section 3                                 E19
   Schedule DB - Part A - Verification Between Years                SI12
   Schedule DB - Part B - Section 1                                 E19
   Schedule DB - Part B - Section 2                                 E20
   Schedule DB - Part B - Section 3                                 E20
   Schedule DB - Part B - Verification Between Years                SI12
   Schedule DB - Part C - Section 1                                 E21
   Schedule DB - Part C - Section 2                                 E21
   Schedule DB - Part C - Section 3                                 E22
   Schedule DB - Part C - Verification Between Years                SI13
   Schedule DB - Part D - Section 1                                 E22
   Schedule DB - Part D - Section 2                                 E23
   Schedule DB - Part D - Section 3                                 E23
   Schedule DB - Part D - Verification Between Years                SI13
   Schedule DB - Part E - Section 1                                 E24
   Schedule DB - Part E - Verification                              SI13
   Schedule DB - Part F - Section 1                                 SI14
   Schedule DB - Part F - Section 2                                 SI15
   Schedule E - Part 1 - Cash                                       E25
   Schedule E - Part 2 - Cash Equivalents                           E26
   Schedule E - Part 3 - Special Deposits                           E27
   Schedule E - Verification Between Years                          SI16
   Schedule F - Part 1                                              20
   Schedule F - Part 2                                              21
   Schedule F - Part 3                                              22
   Schedule F - Part 4                                              23
   Schedule F - Part 5                                              24
   Schedule F - Part 6                                              25
   Schedule F - Part 7                                              26
   Schedule F - Part 8                                              27




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   Schedule H - Accident and Health Exhibit - Part 1                                                              28
   Schedule H - Part 2, Part 3 and 4                                                                              29
   Schedule H - Part 5 - Health Claims                                                                            30
   Schedule P - Part 1 - Analysis of Losses and Loss Expenses                                                     31
   Schedule P - Part 1A - Homeowners/Farmowners                                                                   33
   Schedule P - Part 1B - Private Passenger Auto Liability/Medical                                                34
   Schedule P - Part 1C - Commercial Auto/Truck Liability/Medical                                                 35
   Schedule P - Part 1D - Workers’ Compensation                                                                   36
   Schedule P - Part 1E - Commercial Multiple Peril                                                               37
   Schedule P - Part 1F - Section 1 - Medical Professional Liability - Occurrence                                 38
   Schedule P - Part 1F - Section 2 - Medical Professional Liability - Claims-Made                                39
   Schedule P - Part 1G - Special Liability (Ocean, Marine, Aircraft (All Perils), Boiler and Machinery)          40
   Schedule P - Part 1H - Section 1 - Other Liability-Occurrence                                                  41
   Schedule P - Part 1H - Section 2 - Other Liability - Claims-Made                                               42
   Schedule P - Part 1I - Special Property (Fire, Allied Lines, Inland Marine, Earthquake, Burglary & Theft)      43
   Schedule P - Part 1J - Auto Physical Damage                                                                    44
   Schedule P - Part 1K - Fidelity/Surety                                                                         45
   Schedule P - Part 1L - Other (Including Credit, Accident and Health)                                           46
   Schedule P - Part 1M - International                                                                           47
   Schedule P - Part 1N - Reinsurance                                                                             48
   Schedule P - Part 1O - Reinsurance                                                                             49
   Schedule P - Part 1P - Reinsurance                                                                             50
   Schedule P - Part 1R - Section 1 - Products Liability - Occurrence                                             51
   Schedule P - Part 1R - Section 2 - Products Liability - Claims - Made                                          52
   Schedule P - Part 1S - Financial Guaranty/Mortgage Guaranty                                                    53
   Schedule P - Part 1T - Warranty                                                                                54
   Schedule P - Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 - Summary                                                               32
   Schedule P - Part 2A - Homeowners/Farmowners                                                                   55
   Schedule P - Part 2B - Private Passenger Auto Liability/Medical                                                55
   Schedule P - Part 2C - Commercial Auto/Truck Liability/Medical                                                 55
   Schedule P - Part 2D - Workers’ Compensation                                                                   55
   Schedule P - Part 2E - Commercial Multiple Peril                                                               55
   Schedule P - Part 2F - Section 1 - Medical Professional Liability - Occurrence                                 56
   Schedule P - Part 2F - Section 2 - Medical Professional Liability - Claims - Made                              56
   Schedule P - Part 2G - Special Liability (Ocean Marine, Aircraft (All Perils), Boiler and Machinery)           56
   Schedule P - Part 2H - Section 1 - Other Liability - Occurrence                                                56
   Schedule P - Part 2H - Section 2 - Other Liability - Claims - Made                                             56
   Schedule P - Part 2I - Special Property (Fire, Allied Lines, Inland Marine, Earthquake, Burglary, and Theft)   57
   Schedule P - Part 2J - Auto Physical Damage                                                                    57
   Schedule P - Part 2K - Fidelity, Surety                                                                        57
   Schedule P - Part 2L - Other (Including Credit, Accident and Health)                                           57
   Schedule P - Part 2M - International                                                                           57
   Schedule P - Part 2N - Reinsurance                                                                             58
   Schedule P - Part 2O - Reinsurance                                                                             58
   Schedule P - Part 2P - Reinsurance                                                                             58
   Schedule P - Part 2R - Section 1 - Products Liability - Occurrence                                             59
   Schedule P - Part 2R - Section 2 - Products Liability - Claims-Made                                            59
   Schedule P - Part 2S - Financial Guaranty/Mortgage Guaranty                                                    59
   Schedule P - Part 2T - Warranty                                                                                59
   Schedule P - Part 3A - Homeowners/Farmowners                                                                   60
   Schedule P - Part 3B - Private Passenger Auto Liability/Medical                                                60
   Schedule P - Part 3C - Commercial Auto/Truck Liability/Medical                                                 60
   Schedule P - Part 3D - Workers’ Compensation                                                                   60
   Schedule P - Part 3E - Commercial Multiple Peril                                                               60
   Schedule P - Part 3F - Section 1 - Medical Professional Liability - Occurrence                                 61
   Schedule P - Part 3F - Section 2 - Medical Professional Liability - Claims-Made                                61
   Schedule P - Part 3G - Special Liability (Ocean Marine, Aircraft (All Perils), Boiler and Machinery)           61
   Schedule P - Part 3H - Section 1 - Other Liability - Occurrence                                                61
   Schedule P - Part 3H - Section 2 - Other Liability - Claims-Made                                               61
   Schedule P - Part 3I - Special Property (Fire, Allied Lines, Inland Marine, Earthquake, Burglary, and Theft)   62
   Schedule P - Part 3J - Auto Physical Damage                                                                    62
   Schedule P - Part 3K - Fidelity/Surety                                                                         62
   Schedule P - Part 3L - Other (Including Credit, Accident and Health)                                           62
   Schedule P - Part 3M - International                                                                           62
   Schedule P - Part 3N - Reinsurance                                                                             63
   Schedule P - Part 3O - Reinsurance                                                                             63
   Schedule P - Part 3P - Reinsurance                                                                             63
   Schedule P - Part 3R - Section 1 - Products Liability - Occurrence                                             64
   Schedule P - Part 3R - Section 2 - Products Liability - Claims-Made                                            64
   Schedule P - Part 3S - Financial Guaranty/Mortgage Guaranty                                                    64
   Schedule P - Part 3T - Warranty                                                                                64




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   Schedule P - Part 4A - Homeowners/Farmowners                                                                  65
   Schedule P - Part 4B - Private Passenger Auto Liability/Medical                                               65
   Schedule P - Part 4C - Commercial Auto/Truck Liability/Medical                                                65
   Schedule P - Part 4D - Workers’ Compensation                                                                  65
   Schedule P - Part 4E - Commercial Multiple Peril                                                              65
   Schedule P - Part 4F - Section 1 - Medical Professional Liability - Occurrence                                66
   Schedule P - Part 4F - Section 2 - Medical Professional Liability - Claims-Made                               66
   Schedule P - Part 4G - Special Liability (Ocean Marine, Aircraft (All Perils), Boiler and Machinery)          66
   Schedule P - Part 4H - Section 1 - Other Liability - Occurrence                                               66
   Schedule P - Part 4H - Section 2 - Other Liability - Claims-Made                                              66
   Schedule P - Part 4I - Special Property (Fire, Allied Lines, Inland Marine, Earthquake, Burglary and Theft)   67
   Schedule P - Part 4J - Auto Physical Damage                                                                   67
   Schedule P - Part 4K - Fidelity/Surety                                                                        67
   Schedule P - Part 4L - Other (Including Credit, Accident and Health)                                          67
   Schedule P - Part 4M - International                                                                          67
   Schedule P - Part 4N - Reinsurance                                                                            68
   Schedule P - Part 4O - Reinsurance                                                                            68
   Schedule P - Part 4P - Reinsurance                                                                            68
   Schedule P - Part 4R - Section 1 - Products Liability - Occurrence                                            69
   Schedule P - Part 4R - Section 2 - Products Liability - Claims-Made                                           69
   Schedule P - Part 4S - Financial Guaranty/Mortgage Guaranty                                                   69
   Schedule P - Part 4T - Warranty                                                                               69
   Schedule P - Part 5A - Homeowners/Farmowners                                                                  70
   Schedule P - Part 5B - Private Passenger Auto Liability/Medical                                               71
   Schedule P - Part 5C - Commercial Auto/Truck Liability/Medical                                                72
   Schedule P - Part 5D - Workers’ Compensation                                                                  73
   Schedule P - Part 5E - Commercial Multiple Peril                                                              74
   Schedule P - Part 5F - Medical Professional Liability - Claims-Made                                           76
   Schedule P - Part 5F - Medical Professional Liability - Occurrence                                            75
   Schedule P - Part 5H - Other Liability - Claims-Made                                                          78
   Schedule P - Part 5H - Other Liability - Occurrence                                                           77
   Schedule P - Part 5R - Products Liability - Claims-Made                                                       80
   Schedule P - Part 5R - Products Liability - Occurrence                                                        79
   Schedule P - Part 5T - Warranty                                                                               81
   Schedule P - Part 6C - Commercial Auto/Truck Liability/Medical                                                82
   Schedule P - Part 6D - Workers’ Compensation                                                                  82
   Schedule P - Part 6E - Commercial Multiple Peril                                                              83
   Schedule P - Part 6H - Other Liability - Claims-Made                                                          84
   Schedule P - Part 6H - Other Liability - Occurrence                                                           83
   Schedule P - Part 6M - International                                                                          84
   Schedule P - Part 6N - Reinsurance                                                                            85
   Schedule P - Part 6O - Reinsurance                                                                            85
   Schedule P - Part 6R - Products Liability - Claims-Made                                                       86
   Schedule P - Part 6R - Products Liability - Occurrence                                                        86
   Schedule P - Part 7A - Primary Loss Sensitive Contracts                                                       87
   Schedule P - Part 7B - Reinsurance Loss Sensitive Contracts                                                   89
   Schedule P Interrogatories                                                                                    91
   Schedule T - Exhibit of Premiums Written                                                                      92
   Schedule T - Part 2 - Interstate Compact                                                                      93
   Schedule Y - Information Concerning Activities of Insurer Members of a Holding Company Group                  94
   Schedule Y - Part 2 - Summary of Insurer’s Transactions With Any Affiliates                                   95
   Statement of Income                                                                                           4
   Summary Investment Schedule                                                                                   SI01
   Supplemental Exhibits and Schedules Interrogatories                                                           96
   Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 1                                                                    6
   Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 1A                                                                   7
   Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 1B                                                                   8
   Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 2                                                                    9
   Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 2A                                                                   10
   Underwriting and Investment Exhibit Part 3                                                                    11




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