Slideshow The top 10 large-group voluntary insurance carriers in the U.S.

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  • March 24 2015, 12:01pm EDT
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A note on the following numbers

Premiums listed for the following insurance companies are based on Form 5500 Schedule A data for large-group business submitted to the Department of Labor. As such, groups under 100 lives, government entities and church plans are not required to file. Any disclosure on Schedule C's are also not contemplated in these numbers.

10) Reliance Standard

Total market share: 3.82%

In-force voluntary premium: $7,887,499

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9) Prudential

Total market share: 5.10%

In-force voluntary premium: $10,525,006

8) Mutual of Omaha

Total market share: 6.35%

In-force voluntary premium: $13,104,848

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7) Cigna

Total market share: 7.30%

In-force voluntary premium: $15,057,140

6) Lincoln Financial Group

Total market share: 9.29%

In-force voluntary premium: $19,169,619

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5) Colonial Life

Total market share: 10.53%

In-force voluntary premium: $21,735,643

4) Unum

Total market share: 12.31%

In-force voluntary premium: $25,401,804

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3) Minnesota Life

Total market share: 12.71%

In-force voluntary premium: $26,222,393

2) United American Insurance Company

Total market share: 15.07%

In-force voluntary premium: $31,102,812

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1) Aflac

Total market share: 17.53%

In-force voluntary premium: $36,186,030