About Guardian

Guardian is one of the largest mutual life insurance companies in America, with over 150 years of experience in providing diversified financial strategies, including life insurance, disability income insurance, retirement services, employee benefits, and investments.

We are proud of our mutual status, because it's a powerful difference between Guardian and many other financial services companies.  As a mutual company, we are owned exclusively by our policyowners.  Since there are no stockholders, our total focus is on the care and well-being of our policyowners — not Wall Street.

Stock companies may be under pressure to maintain short-term earnings to please investors and the markets, and are often swayed by the "conventional wisdom" of the moment.  At Guardian, we plan and manage for the long term rather than simply for the immediate.  We work hard to ensure our financial strength so that the promises we make to you now will be met in the future.  As a result, we have been able to maintainin an outstanding record of dividends year in, year out.

Over the course of our history, Guardian's commitment to mutuality and financial strength has made us a Fortune 250 company,

Guardian’s reputation is built on accessibility, professionalism and performance, as well as the depth and quality of the long-term relationships we build with our clients.  We have an unwavering belief in integrity and fair dealings and a standard we intend to keep living up to for many years to come.

Dividends are not guaranteed.  They are declared annually  by Guardian's Board Of Directors.

Financial information concerning The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America as of December 31, 2017, on a statutory basis: Admitted Assets = $55.6 Billion; Liabilities = $48.9 Billion (including $41.8 Billion of Reserves); and Surplus = $6.7 Billion.

 

 

 

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