Our financial strength
Our promises are backed by $58.9B in assets,1, 2 and we get “A’s” from rating agencies when it comes to our ability to meet financial obligations—like paying claims.
Principles that guide us
Value, Transparency, Sustainability—the three principles that define how we do business inside and out.
Commitment to community
With a focus on women, at-risk youth and housing and homelessness we’re dedicated to serving the communities where we live and work.
60 years in the business
We’ve been going strong for more than 60 years. Our annuities, life insurance and benefits products help provide security and confidence to people and businesses nationwide.About us
Products for you
Thinking about retirement? Our annuities offer guarantees that help protect the money you’ve worked so hard to earn, tax-deferred growth potential and guaranteed income that can last a lifetime.
Life insurance helps protect your family if something happens to you. Some policies accumulate cash value you can borrow against or turn into income during retirement.
Products for your business
Self-fund your company’s medical plan? We are a pioneer in stop loss insurance and can help cap your risk.
Select Benefits Voluntary
Customized medical benefits packages that work for your employees and fit your budget.
Group life and disability
Products that work when your employees can’t, and life insurance that helps your people protect their people.
Life insurance and annuities are issued and employee benefit plans are insured by Symetra Life Insurance Company, 777 108th Avenue NE, Suite 1200, Bellevue, WA 98004, and are not available in all U.S. states or any U.S. territory.
This material is for educational purposes only and is not intended to provide investment, tax or legal advice, or to endorse any particular method of investing.
Before making savings and investing decisions, you should consult a qualified financial professional for more information.
1All financial figures for Symetra Financial Corporation are reported on a GAAP basis.
2As of December 31, 2020, liabilities were $53.8 billion and stockholder’s equity was $5.1 billion.