ANPAC® continually strives to improve its quality of service while maintaining a strong financial position. This, combined with our innovative products, has resulted in the following recognition:
A (Excellent) to American National Property And Casualty Company
A (Excellent) to American National General Insurance Company
A (Excellent) to American National County Mutual
A (Excellent) to American National Lloyds Insurance Company
A (Excellent) to Pacific Property And Casualty Company
A- (Excellent) to ANPAC Louisiana Insurance Company
A.M. Best Company, The Insurance Information Source, offers comprehensive, quality data to insurance professionals. Founded in 1899, A.M. Best became the first company in the world to report on the financial condition of insurance companies. The company strives to perform a constructive and objective role in the insurance industry towards the prevention and detection of insurer insolvency. A.M. Best provides quantitative and qualitative evaluations of insurance companies. Its Best's Ratings have become the industry's standard measure of insurer financial performance.
Standard & Poor's has assigned its A rating of financial strength to American National Insurance Company.
Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC, provides independent financial information, analytical services, and credit ratings to the world's financial markets. For more information on Standard & Poor's rating of American National Insurance Company and related operating companies, view the rating report.
Standard & Poor's ratings were assigned in July 2013 based on 2012 financial results.
Fit Friendly Company
The American Heart Association has recognized ANPAC as a Fit Friendly Gold-Level Company for the past three consecutive years. The American Heart Association recognizes employers who go above and beyond when it comes to their employees' health.
"Gold-level" recognition is for companies that fulfill criteria such as offering employees physical activity support, increasing healthy eating options at work, and promoting a wellness culture.
Ratings reflect current independent opinions of the financial capacity of an insurance organization to meet the obligations of its insurance policies and contracts in accordance with their terms. They are based on comprehensive quantitative and qualitative evaluations of the company and its management strategy. The rating agencies do not provide ratings as a recommendation to purchase insurance or annuities. The ratings are not a warranty of an insurer's current or future ability to meet its contractual obligations.