AUL Financial Highlights
AUL has a long history of financial strength, helping us keep our promise to customers to provide security and peace of mind. Below, we are reporting financial results for both AUL and its stock holding company,
2012 AUL Statutory Year-End Highlights (in millions of dollars)
|Premium and Other Income||$2,949.1|
|Total Surplus (including AVR1)||$950.9|
|Net Investment Income||$500.6|
|Statutory Pre-tax Net Gain||$79.9|
2012 OneAmerica GAAP Year-End Highlights (in millions of dollars)
|Net Investment Income||$760.3|
2012 AUL Statutory Cumulative Quarterly Results (in millions of dollars)
|Premium and Other Income||$800.0||$1,432.7||$2,258.7||$2,949.1|
|Total Surplus (including AVR1)||$931.9||$936.4||$949.0||$950.9|
|Net Investment Income||$122.6||$249.3||$368.5||$500.6|
|Statutory Pre-tax Net Gain||$33.1||$45.7||$60.0||$79.9|
|A.M. Best||Standard & Poor's|
|A+ (Superior)||AA- (Very Strong)|
A.M. Best A+ (Superior) is the second highest of 16 possible ratings, according to the release dated May 10, 2012.
Standard & Poor's AA- (Very Strong) is the fourth highest of 21 possible ratings, according to its report dated Aug. 15, 2012.
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Note: These ratings reflect rating agency assessment of the financial strength and claims-paying ability of American United Life Insurance Company. They are not intended to reflect the investment experience or financial strength of any variable account, which is subject to market risk. Because the dates are only updated when there’s a change in the rating, the dates above reflects the most recent ratings we have received. Please know that these ratings can change at any time.