|What do ratings mean?|
Ratings are impartial, third-party opinions of a company's ability and willingness to meet specific financial obligations. Financial strength ratings assess the ability of the company to meet its obligations to policyholders. Credit ratings assess the ability and willingness of an issuer to meet its financial obligations in accordance with the terms of those obligations.
A rating is not a recommendation to purchase, sell or hold a financial obligation.
Dates of last ratings updates or affirmations are as follows: A.M. Best - 10/28/13; Standard & Poor’s - 6/2/14; Moody’s - 2/22/13; and Fitch - 3/14/14.
Please see below for more information on insurer financial strength rating categories. For information on credit rating categories, visit the websites of the individual rating agencies.
|Financial Strength Ratings Definitions|
Standard & Poor's
Moody's Investors Service