HIG


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AcronymDefinition
HIGHuman Interface Guidelines
HIGHoegskolen I Gjoevik (Norway)
HIGHigh-Value Detainee Interrogation Group
HIGHawaii Institute of Geophysics
HIGHow's It Going
HIGHartford Insurance Group
HIGHealth Information Gateway
HIGHandwriting Interest Group (now National Handwriting Association; UK)
HIGHigh Interest Grid
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Paul Canning, HIG Europe Managing Director says, "With this milestone follow-on investment, HIG Europe brings together two strong players in the European specialty hydrocarbon landscape.
Since joining HIG, Rob has led investments in a number of industries including technology, healthcare, business services and manufacturing, and is currently serving on the board of directors of several HIG companies.
In March 2000, HIG announced that it was considering the potential acquisition of HLI's publicly owned shares.
HIG continues to own 81 percent of Hartford Life, Inc.
Thermal is a party to an Agreement and Plan of Merger dated January 6, 1997, with affiliates of HIG (the "HIG Merger"), and its principal shareholders are parties to an Indemnity and Fee Agreement with affiliates of HIG.
In the third quarter of 1996, HIG incurred a $693 million after-tax charge related to strengthening of its asbestos and environmental (A&E) reserves and losses tied to its run-off guaranteed investment contract business.
HIG is a substantial privately held investment firm in Miami, Florida with various manufacturing and distribution businesses, including operations in western Pennsylvania.
Huffman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Vesta Insurance Group and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HIG, explained that Vesta Fire Insurance purchased HIG for $35 million in cash.
HIG was placed under the control of the state insurance commissioner in December 1992 because policyholder claims filed after Hurricane Iniki struck the island of Kauai in September 1992 exceeded HIG assets.