Security Mutual Life
Insurance Company of NY
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On November 13, 1886, Charles M. Turner founds the Security Mutual
Life Association and in 1889, it becomes the first company in the
nation to offer disability benefits. In April of 1898, the company
changed its name to Security Mutual Life Insurance Company. In January
of 2002, Security Mutual Life and Ohio National Financial Services,
Inc. acquire First ING Life Insurance Company of New York and changed
its name to National Security Life and Annuity Company (NSLAC).
Throughout the years, the company has survived depressions, wars,
and recessions and has emerged as a premier life insurance provider.
A New York domiciled company, Security Mutual operates under the
insurance regulations of the New York State Insurance Department
and has a reported $2.04 billion in assets.
Offerings: In addition to universal life, and term life insurance, the company offers joint and last survivor insurance, and the coveted participating whole life—meaning the policy pays dividends which accumulate as cash value and increase the face value of the policy. They also offer group disability insurance, long-term care insurance, annuities, and retirement planning services.
A.M. Best has given the company an A rating, Standard and Poor's
rated it with an A+, and Fitch has rated it with an A-.
100 Court House Street, P.O. Box 1625, Binghamton, NY 13902.
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