Your Most Trusted Global Insurance Company With a presence across all five continents, we conduct business in more than 100 countries around the world. We are a global insurance company with more than 38,400 employees, and more than 27 million clients benefit from our insurance solutions. We have been insuring people, goods and economic activities for more than 80 years. We are a profitable company with a net income of 709 million euros. Last year our premium revenue exceeded 26.7 billion euros, and we reported total revenues of around 26.4 billion euros MAPFRE is the world's largest Spanish insurance company in the world and the second largest insurance group in Latin America, the third largest world insurer in Assistance and one of the top 15 insurers in the world’s reinsurers ranking.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Majadahonda, ES
Founded
1935
Size (employees)
36,658 (est)
Website
mapfre.com
Mapfre was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in Majadahonda, ES

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Mapfre has offices in Majadahonda, Orange, Gilbert, San Jose and in 16 other locations
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U.S. falls to Mexico, 2-1, in World Cup qualifier

Mexico came to Columbus to make history and a statement Friday.  And it accomplished both, rallying for a 2-1 victory over the U.S. in a World Cup qualifier. The win was Mexico’s first in five games in cozy —  and chilly — Mapfre Stadium, a bandbox the U.S. has dubbed a fortress after going unbe…

U.S. hopes to continue mastery over Mexico in Columbus

The U.S. has played Mexico four times in Columbus' cozy Mapfre Stadium since 2001 and not only have the Americans never lost there, they haven't even given up a goal, winning all four games by identical 2-0 scores. So earlier this week Coach Juergen Klinsmann invited three players from that firs…

U.S.-Mexico World Cup qualifier is a clash of the past and the present

The U.S. has played Mexico four times in Columbus’ cozy Mapfre Stadium since 2001 and not only have the Americans never lost there, they haven’t even given up a goal, winning all four games by identical 2-0 scores. So earlier this week U.S. Coach Juergen Klinsmann invited three players from that…

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