On December 31, 2012, Western National Life Insurance Company (WNL) merged into American General Life Insurance Company (AGL). By bringing these companies together with five other sister companies into one legal entity, we can provide products, services, and guarantees to you that are supported by a larger, stronger, more diversified consolidated organization.Achieving financial security so you can live comfortably during retirement depends on how well you plan and save while working—and how effectively you conserve your assets during retirement.
American General Life Insurance Company is committed to protecting the financial security of you and your family. For more than 85 years, AGL has been keeping its promises — so you can keep yours.
AGL has consistently received some of the highest ratings from independent, nationally recognized insurance company rating agencies. These ratings, coupled with a solid balance sheet, attest to our financial stability and reliability, and indicate that AGL has sufficient resources to meet financial obligations and fulfill contract holder benefits.
American General Life Insurance Company, through its Western National series of annuities, can now claim to be one of the first insurance companies to develop fixed annuity products specifically for sale through banks. It is a leading provider of fixed annuities in this market, and has maintained this leadership by offering innovative products and valued services to help Americans achieve their financial goals.*
Across the decades, it has been our privilege to serve you. While we are making changes in our structure, we remain committed to serve you, and that will never change.
* Source: As reflected in Kehrer-LIMRA Reports for years 1996 through 2011. Sales from The United States Life Insurance Company in the City of New York (US Life) have been included in this number from 2002 through 2011. Western National Life Insurance Company has merged into American General Life Insurance Company (AGL) effective December 31, 2012.
The Western National series of annuities is issued in New York by The United States Life Insurance Company in the City of
New York and in all other states by American General Life Insurance Company.