Why Our Mutuality Matters In A Structured Settlement
A mutual insurance company is a company that is not publicly traded. It therefore has no stock to be bought and sold and no shareholders.Instead, policyholders share in the ownership of the company. For this reason, unlike publicly owned companies that manage their business for the benefit of shareholders, we are guided by the longer term needs and expectations of our policyholders and payees. This makes New York Life, essentially, a partner in your long-term planning.
Financial Strength: Promises Kept
It all begins with financial strength, which allows us to meet our future obligations to our policyholders and payees.
Along with our consolidated assets and total surplus, New York Life Insurance Company holds a stable and diversified portfolio and consistently receives among the highest ratings for financial strength from the life insurance industry's independent rating agencies. We've earned these ratings: Our capital position is one of the strongest in the industry, giving us the financial strength to weather unexpected storms.
The First Choice Since 1845
For over 170 years, New York Life Insurance Company's unwavering financial strength and time-tested investment strategies have provided consistent value and solid financial protection for our clients.
For more than two decades, New York Life Insurance Company has been a leading provider of structured settlement annuities. Our strong financial strength coupled with our management style continues to make us a excellent choice among all structured settlement providers.
For More information about structured settlements from New York Life, contact your structured settlement professional.