Somewhat offsetting these positive rating attributes are the groups above break-even underwriting results, caused partially by weather-related losses that the group is highly susceptible to throughout its geographic footprint, as well as elevated common stock leverage that exposes the group’s investment portfolio to earnings volatility. While A.M. Best does not expect to lower the ratings of the members of AFIG, or revise the outlook to negative, in the near to intermediate term, such actions would ensue if the group were to incur material losses in its capitalization; have a recurrence of the diminished profitability in its core book of business; be unable to contain the groups exposure to catastrophic events within its underwriting footprint with the current set of preventative measures that have been recently put in place; or have substantial adverse reserve development relative to its peers, as well as the industrys averages. The ratings of AFLIC reflect its position in AFIG. The ratings also reflect AFLICs well-established marketing and distribution operations in the Midwest, solid operating performance, strong stand-alone risk-adjusted capitalization and sound liquidity. Partially offsetting these strengths are the company’s limited product portfolio and continued challenge to improve ordinary life insurance ta sales growth through its multiline agent channel, which relies heavily on its property/casualty-oriented sales force. Positive rating actions could occur if the life company is able to demonstrate a growth trend on a stand-alone basis without reliance on the property/casualty operations. Downward pressure on the ratings could occur if there is a negative rating action on the property/casualty parent company’s operations that puts into question the strength and viability of AFLIC’s stand-alone rating profile, AFLIC’s capitalization, operating performance or changes in business model. The FSR of A- (Excellent) and the Long-Term ICRs of a- have been affirmed for the following members of Permanent General Insurance Group: Read More Permanent General Assurance Corporation of Ohio The General Automobile Insurance cheers Company, Inc. Permanent General Assurance Corporation The FSR of A (Excellent) and the Long-Term ICRs of a have been affirmed for the following members of American Family Insurance Group: American Family Mutual Insurance Company American Family Insurance Company American Standard Insurance Company of Ohio Midvale Indemnity Company American Standard Insurance Company of Wisconsin Homesite Indemnity Company Homesite Insurance Company of California Homesite Insurance Company of Florida Homesite Insurance Company of Georgia Homesite Insurance Company of Illinois Homesite Insurance Company of New York Homesite Insurance Company of the Midwest Homesite Insurance Company Homesite Lloyd’s of Texas This press release relates to Credit Ratings that have been published on A.M. Bests website.
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