FDLIC Named to Ward’s Top 50 List for 2014
ABILENE, TX—The Ward Group has recently named Funeral Directors Life Insurance Company (FDLIC) as one of the top 50 insurance companies in the United States for 2014. FDLIC was recognized for the fourth consecutive year for achieving excellent results in the areas of safety, consistency, and performance.
The Ward Group, a leading provider of benchmarking and best practices for the insurance industry, conducts an in-depth analysis on over 800 life and health insurance companies every year. Rigorous tests and screenings allow the Ward Group to identify the top 50 companies domiciled in the United States.
To be named to the list, a company must pass various safety and consistency tests, which include an evaluation of results of operations over a five year period (2009-2013) and several key performance standards.
“It is an honor to be once again recognized as one of the top 50 life-health insurance companies in the nation,” said Kris Seale, FDLIC’s President and CEO. “Our mission at FDLIC is to be known as the best, most-respected provider of service to the funeral industry, and Ward’s recognition of our company’s safety, consistency, and performance is simply a reflection of our values as an organization.”
FDLIC, rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company, is a legal reserve life insurance company which specializes in the sale of insurance-funded preneed funerals.
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