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230 Park Avenue

New York, NY 10169

United States

Phone: 212-309-8200

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rovide guarantees and more flexibility. It offers customers the ability to choose from individual variable investment options, which range from conservative to aggressive stock and bond investments managed by respected investment management firms in the industry or from diverse asset allocation solutions designed to match a customer’s risk tolerance. Term Life: The company’s term products, basic life and return-of-premium offer flexible coverage for periods spanning 10 to 30 years. Markets and Distribution The company’s Individual Life segment has an multi-channel independent distribution reach that is designed to allow it to penetrate markets that range from the middle-market through affluent market. The company’s distribution organization boasts a sales support, sales technology, marketing support and illustration system. The company also offers an Internet-based sales solution that is based on educational selling at INGForLife.com. It offers service solutions to meet the diverse and changing requirements of its customers and distribution partners. The company primarily uses three different channels to market and sell its Individual Life products. Its major channel works through approximately 2,200 independent general agents and has the breadth to engage with the majority of licensed independent life insurance agents in the United States. Through this channel, the company has access to approximately 96,000 independent producers as of December 31, 2013. The company also uses a strategic distribution channel, with approximately 35 independent managing directors supporting approximately 7,200 producers (as of December 31, 2013) who engage with its broker-dealer. These producers, while independent, use the company’s brand and sell a range of its products, including life, annuity and mutual funds. Competition Primary competitors include Lincoln, MetLife, Prudential, American General, Principal Financial Group, John Hancock, Transamerica and Pacific Life. Seasonality The company typically experiences seasonality in its Individual Life segment results. The fourth quarters tend to have the highest level of universal life insurance sales. This seasonal pattern is also typical for the industry. Employee Benefits The company’s Employee Benefits segment provides group insurance products to mid-size and large corporate employers and professional associations. In addition, its Employee Benefits segment serves the voluntary worksite market by providing individual and payroll-deduction products to employees of its clients. The Employee Benefits segment generates revenue from premiums, investment income, mortality and morbidity income and policy and other charges. Profits are driven by the spread between investment income and credited rates to policyholders on voluntary universal life and whole life products, along with the difference between premiums and mortality charges collected and benefits and expenses paid for group life, stop loss and voluntary health benefits. The Employee Benefits segment offers attractive growth opportunities with much less capital strain. Products and Services The company’s Employee Benefits segment offers stop loss insurance, group life, VB, and group disability products. These offerings are designed to meet the financial needs of both employers and employees by helping employers attract and retain employees and control costs, as well as provide ease of administration and valuable protection for employees. Stop Loss: The company’s stop loss insurance provides coverage for mid-sized to large employers that self-insure their medical claims. These employers provide a health plan to their employees and generally pay all plan-related claims and administrative expenses. The company’s stop loss product helps these employers contain their health expenses by reimbursing specified claim amounts above certain deductibles and by reimbursing claims that exceed a specified limit. It offers this product through two types of protection—individual stop loss insurance and aggregate stop loss insurance. The primary difference between these two types is a varying deductible; both co

 

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Price/Earnings 7.3x
Price/Sales 1.0x
Price/Book 0.7x
Price/Cash Flow 7.1x
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