national industry 525120
Health and Welfare Funds
This industry comprises legal entities (i.e., funds, plans, and/or programs) organized to provide medical, surgical, hospital, vacation, training, and other health- and welfare-related employee benefits exclusively for the sponsor's employees or members.
The immediate parent of national industry 525120 is international industry 52512: Health and Welfare Funds
2012 NAICS Edition Cross References
- Establishments primarily engaged in:
- Managing portfolios of health and welfare funds:are classified in Industry 523920, Portfolio Management; and
- Third party claims administration of health and welfare plans:are classified in U.S. Industry 524292, Third Party Administration of Insurance and Pension Funds.
The NAICS editions in which this code was present are indicated below. In the event that a code was changed from the prior edition the equivalent value in that edition is provided for reference.
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Mappings
Insurance Industry Mappings
The US Property and Casualty Insurance Industry may use the following classification descriptions which might encompass national industry 525120, Health and Welfare Funds:
- charitable or welfare organization
- employee benefit plan labor union
- finance and insurance
- fund trust and other financial vehicle
- health and welfare fund
- health and welfare fund naic
- insurance and employee benefit fund
- pension health and welfare fund
- pension health and welfare plan labor union
- pension health and welfare plan other than labor union
- pension welfare retirement benefit fund for labour union
- pension welfare retirement benefit fund labour union
- pension welfare retirement benefit fund not for labour union
- pension welfare retirement benefit fund not labour union
- retirement pension welfare benefit fund labour union
- retirement pension welfare benefit fund not labour union
- welfare pension retirement benefit fund labour union
- welfare pension retirement benefit fund not labour union
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