Considered to have a superior ability to meet ongoing insurance obligations
Sentry is once again rated as one of the financially strongest mutual insurance companies in the United States. For the 26th consecutive year, A.M. Best has rated us A+ (Superior). Less than 15% of U.S. based insurance companies earn that rating—even fewer have achieved an A+ or higher for more than a quarter century.
“I’m extremely pleased Sentry continues to demonstrate exceptional financial stewardship as recognized by A.M. Best,” said Pete McPartland, Sentry chairman of the board, president, and CEO. “We continue to successfully grow our business while sustaining strong operating earnings, a diversified product portfolio, and a strong risk management environment. I am proud of Sentry’s management and associates.”
In support of its A+ rating, A.M. Best points to Sentry’s superior capitalization, sustained operating earnings, diversified product offerings, strong risk management, and depth of management experience and expertise. It also recognizes the strength of our investments and other income sources to create a sound financial base.
“The A.M. Best A+ rating is a testament to Sentry’s superior ability to pay the future claims of our customers, and be there when they need us the most.” said Todd Schroeder, Sentry chief financial officer, treasurer, and vice president of Life & Annuities.
A.M. Best, based in Oldwick, New Jersey, is considered the insurance industry’s leading rating authority.
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Sentry Insurance is one of the largest and most financially secure mutual insurance companies in the United States, holding an A+ (superior) rating from A.M. Best. Sentry and its subsidiaries sell property and casualty insurance, life insurance, annuities, and retirement programs for business and individuals throughout the country. Headquartered in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Sentry employs more than 4,000 associates in 41 states. See a complete list of underwriting companies.