Reliable Life Insurance CompanyBack to list
CEO & CFO: Paul M. Field
AM Best Rating: Not Rated
Total Assets: $49.715 million
Net Income: $1.399 million
Net Premiums Written: $37.813 million
Financial Size Category: n/a
FSR Outlook: n/a
Best's Issuer Credit Rating: Not Rated
ICR Outlook: n/a
As of Date: n/a
Organization Type: Stock
Specialty Lines of Business: Life Insurance, Group Insurance, Accident and Health
Marketing Type: n/a
Reliable Life Insurance Company
100 King Street West
Toll Free: 1-800-465-0661
Web Address: www.reliablelifeinsurance.com
* Info courtesy of AM Best's Key Ratings Guide 2013.
The origins of Reliable Life Insurance Company go back to the late 19th century when the Canadian Order of Chosen Friends was founded. Today the company is part of the Old Republic International Corporation based in the U.S.
Reliable Life specializes in offering niche insurance products for individuals, organizations and groups.
One of the main target groups of Reliable Life are Canadian students seeking complete accident coverage tailored to their specific needs. The company operates a website – www.insuremykids.com – where parents can get detailed information about products offered to protect children within and outside their school. The company has more than 30 years’ experience in this field, ensuring that they can provide insurance for any need and budget.
In addition, Reliable Life has traditional accident and health insurance products for all age groups, covering disability, accident, hospital treatment, and much more.
The company’s travel insurance products are available through a vast distribution network of agents and travel agencies across Canada, and are suitable for those seeking short or long-term travel insurance.
Reliable Life Insurance Company was a significant player in the Canadian term insurance market during the 1990s. Now the company’s insurance product line is limited to: vacation, business, student and snowbird travel insurance, student accident insurance (distributed through school boards across Canada), long-term disability products (predominantly for blue-collar workers), and various types of accident and sickness insurance products marketed throughout Canada.