Since 1992, the Advanced Markets Network (AMN) has played a key role in helping banks and corporations retain their key executives through wealth transfer and executive benefits strategies. We support a nationwide network of producers who specialize in this market, providing them with a full complement of products, high-quality underwriting and service, and ongoing professional development. Our broad portfolio of competitive financial products includes bank-owned (BOLI) and corporate-owned (COLI) life insurance, as well as corporate sponsored and traditional life insurance products with an investment component for highly compensated executives. The Advanced Markets Network is located in New York City with sales support and service located in Kansas City, Missouri.
AMN’s parent, New York Life Insurance Company, is the largest mutual life insurer in the U.S.1 Headquartered in New York City, New York Life has the highest financial strength ratings currently awarded to any life insurer by all four of the major credit rating agencies.2
Since 1845, New York Life has been providing financial security to families, individuals, and businesses through its insurance, annuity, and investment products and services. AMN’s premier life insurance and retirement solutions enable corporations to financially protect, reward, and retain their most talented executives.
Learn more about New York Life’s history and superior financial strength.
Our team of business specialists, underwriters, technology experts, and service professionals as well as actuaries, attorneys, and certified financial analysts, will work hand-in-hand to provide our valued producers with the latest product information, illustrated pricing, and underwriting requirements to present to your clients.
1Based on revenue as reported by “Fortune 500 ranked within Industries, Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual),” Fortune magazine, 6/12/2017. For methodology, please see http://fortune.com/fortune500/.
2A.M. Best (A++), Fitch (AAA), Moody’s Investors Service (Aaa), Standard & Poor’s (AA+), according to individual independent rating agency commentary as of 8/1/17.