Unity Financial Life Receives National Honors

August 22, 2013
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Cincinnati, Ohio, August 22, 2013 – Mr. Tom Hardy, President and CEO of Unity Financial Life Insurance Company, Cincinnati, Ohio reported that Inc. Magazine has included Unity Financial Life, for the sixth year in a row, in its 2013 – Inc. 5000 listing of rapidly growing privately owned companies.

Among life insurance companies with life premium equal to at least twenty five percent of total premium, Inc. reports that Unity Financial Life Insurance Company is the fastest growing privately owned life insurance company in America. The National Center for the Middle Market describes companies, such as those on the Inc. Magazine 5000 listing, as “model links” in corporate supply chains. In a period of uncertainty and frequent shocks, their ability to deliver improves customers’ satisfaction and resiliency. Within their niches, companies such as Unity Financial Life are innovative and service oriented as the most beloved household names.

Unity Financial Life has also been named as one of over ninety finalists for the 2013 Family & Private Business Awards.

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The company was recognized for their success in family and private business. Over 556 family and private businesses in the Greater Cincinnati area were nominated to participate in this competition. A panel of independent judges identified and evaluated the 92 finalists who were honored at a private reception. Lawrence L. Grypp, Goering Center President said, “We believe that family and private firm success has particular importance and that these awards have unique significance this year. Family and private businesses are the backbone of the U.S. Economy. They make a true difference”!

Family-owned, Unity Financial Life provides funeral pre-need funding products. The company conducts annual strategic planning sessions and utilizes a well-developed succession plan for senior managers, including non-family members. In difficult economic times, “the process of maintaining profitability is staying on top of changes to the products,” said Jay Hardy, Executive Vice President of Marketing.

Unity Financial Life Insurance Company is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and serves the pre-need funeral funding market and the funeral trust market. The company is licensed in 46 states plus the District of Columbia. Unity Financial has increased its premium and its Surplus every year since 2002 and its investment portfolio is all investment grade publically traded fixed income securities.

Unity Financial Life is focused on delivering funeral funding products that provide exceptional value for consumers. For more information contact the company at(877) 523-3231 or visit them on-line at www.uflife.com

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