Buying life insurance can be an important decision that can impact the future financial well- being of your loved ones. The financial ratings of a life insurance provider are something you might want to consider as part of your decision-making experience.
AIG Life Insurers have earned the following financial ratings from some of the industry’s leading rating agencies.¹
Learn more about the history of AIG, their financial strength and some of their awards and recognitions.
Proven history of service
AIG has been serving customers for almost 100 years and operates in more than 80 countries and jurisdictions. Great things don’t happen without risk, and AIG has been there to support many of the events that have helped shaped the world around us, including the Olympics, the rebuilding of the World Trade Center, research expeditions to Mount Everest and the North Pole, and more2
Assets and earnings
AIG maintains around $500 billion in assets every year and is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange.3
Awards and recognition
AIG has been recognized for a number of awards, including the Business Insurance Innovation Award and the CIO 100 award for the company’s display of IT innovation.4
AIG Life Insurers oﬀers a diverse lineup of life insurance products designed to fit the unique needs of individuals from a variety of backgrounds, ages and stages in their lives. The insurance policies oﬀered by AIG Life Insurers include various types of permanent and term life insurance products that oﬀer a wide range of coverage lengths.
Learn more about AIG Life Insurers or speak with an AIG-appointed life insurance agent at 1-866- 971-4232 to find out how we can best serve your needs.
¹ AGL and US Life have received strong financial strength ratings from independent ratings agencies, reflecting its financial stability and its ability to meet its obligations to its policy holders and others.
For detailed information on specific insurer ratings please visit www.aig.com/investor-relations. Ratings as of 03/09/2018. Standard & Poor’s 21 ratings are a measure of claims- paying ability and range from AAA (Exceptionally Strong) to R (Regulatory Action). A.M. Best’s 15 ratings are a measure of claims-paying ability and range from A++ (Superior) to F (in Liquidation). Ratings can be objective indicators of a company’s financial strength and can provide a relative measure to help investors select the best insurer for their needs.Ratings are subject to change at any time and are not a guarantee of the future financial strength and/or claims-paying ability of the company.
3https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/aig/financials/balance-sheet, May 15, 2018
Information presented in this article represents combined statistical information of AGL and US Life © 2018 All rights reserved.
Policies issued by American General Life Insurance Company (AGL) except in New York, where issued by The United States Life Insurance Company in the City of New York (US Life). Issuing companies AGL and US Life are responsible for financial obligations of insurance products and are members of American International Group, Inc. (AIG).
Products may not be available in all states and product features may vary by state. Guarantees are backed by the claims-paying ability of the issuing insurance company.