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July 26, 2017
Attention: Illinois Policyholders

Due to the recent flooding in Illinois, the Illinois Department of Insurance has asked us to take special action for our Illinois policyholders affected by the floods. Effective immediately, Mutual Trust withdraws any cancellation or nonrenewal notice that was issued on or after July 12, 2017 to an affected policyholder. Furthermore, Mutual Trust will not issue any new cancellation or nonrenewal notices to affected policyholders until September 30, 2017, or a later time if deemed reasonable given to a consumer's circumstances. Finally, Mutual Trust extends all policy provisions or other requirements that impose a time limit for a policy owner, insured or claimant in Illinois for a minimum of 60 days from the last date allowed under the terms of the contract or normally mandated by Mutual Trust.

If an Illinois consumer needs to file a complaint with the Illinois Department of Insurance regarding any disaster-related dispute or issue, he or she may do so by calling the Department's complaint hotline at 1-866-445-5364 or filing a complaint online at

September 30, 2016
A.M. Best Upgrades Mutual Trust's Credit Rating to
A (Excellent)

A.M. Best upgraded Mutual Trust Life Insurance Company's Financial Strength Rating (FSR) to A (Excellent) from A- (Excellent) September 29, 2016. According to A.M. Best, the upgrade reflects the rating agency’s view of the successful integration of Mutual Trust Financial Group and the Pan-American Life Mutual Holding Company after the November 2015 merger, as well as "the strategic importance of Mutual Trust as the functional focal point of the domestic life business of the consolidated entity."

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"This rating action, less than one year after the merger, is a strong indication of the significance of being part of a larger organization that has a diversified product portfolio and a commitment to exceptional financial strength," explains Steve Batza, FSA, MAAA, CLU, ChFC, President and CEO of Mutual Trust Life Insurance Company. "Mutual Trust is proud to be leading the growth of Pan-American Life Insurance Group's (PALIG) U.S. Life Business," Batza adds.

On September 29, A.M. Best also reaffirmed Pan-American Life Insurance Company's FSR of A (Excellent). According to A.M. Best, this reaffirmation reflects the benefits derived from the company’s long-established presence and name recognition in Latin America and the U.S.-Hispanic marketplace, as well as an improved balance sheet and income statement, solid consolidated risk-adjusted capitalization, a well-performing fixed-income investment portfolio, and positive net operating performance.

"As we approach the first anniversary of the merger, these ratings are further confirmation that as one company, we are stronger than ever," concludes José S. Suquet, PALIG's Chairman of the Board, President and CEO. "I am confident that the road ahead will see us attain even greater heights."

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