Andrew Champi, director, product strategy and competitive analysis at The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, explains driving forces behind the company’s successful Indexed Universal Life product chassis — and while results cannot be guaranteed, Penn Mutual remains committed to a philosophy that helps ensure its IUL products remain competitive while providing industry-leading downside protection to help products provide consistent returns in all market scenarios.
Penn Mutual offers a guaranteed 2% annual floor with the Accumulation Builder Flex IUL High Floor account — the only currently available account offering a 2% guaranteed annual floor. Penn Mutual has also offered a 2% guaranteed annual floor on a variety of individual and survivorship products no longer available for sale.
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Andrew Champi is director, product strategy and competitive analysis at The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, and has been with the company for over 11 years. He leads the team responsible for our life and annuity competitive analysis and works with our product management team to drive our life and annuity product strategy to market.
All guarantees are based on the claims-paying ability of the issuer. Accumulation Builder Flex IUL (Policy form ICC18-PI-IFL) is an indexed universal life insurance policy issued by The Penn Insurance and Annuity Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. Policy form numbers may vary by state. Products and features may not be available in all states. This product is not offered in New York.
Built-in and optional features (also known as coverage riders) may be subject to eligibility and underwriting requirements, additional premium requirements and/or minimum or maximum coverage amounts. Availability and provisions may vary by state.
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