Western & Southern Financial Group is one of the strongest life insurance groups in the world.
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Industry ratings from the four major rating agencies – A.M. Best, Standard & Poor’s, Fitch and Moody’s* – are a true measure of a company’s financial strength and stability.
Following are the ratings of Western & Southern’s six life and health insurance companies – The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company, Western-Southern Life Assurance Company, Columbus Life Insurance Company, Integrity Life Insurance Company, National Integrity Life Insurance Company, and The Lafayette Life Insurance Company.
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* The Lafayette Life Insurance Company is not rated by Moody's.
Ratings are subject to change from time to time. The ratings shown here are correct as of 07/13/2016.
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