CNA Financial posted a vastly depleted net profit in its first quarter results largely on the back of an estimated after-tax impairment loss of $214 million relating to its sale of its run-off annuity and pension deposit business Continental Assurance Company (CAC).
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CNA Financial, First Quarter 2014 Results, Continental Assurance Company, Thomas Motamed, North America