Published Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Integrity Insurance remains a financially stable company, according to A.M. Best. The global credit rating agency, which focuses on the insurance industry, recently affirmed Integrity Mutual Insurance Company and its subsidiaries, in conjunction with affiliate partner Grange Mutual Insurance Company, a financial strength rating (FSR) of “A” (Excellent) with a stable outlook. The FSR is the most important component of A.M. Best’s rating because it indicates a company’s ability to pay its policyholders’ claims.

In addition, Integrity’s Issuer Credit Rating (ICR) remains an “A+” (Excellent) with a stable outlook. This rating indicates an excellent ability to meet ongoing senior financial obligations and places Integrity among the top tier of insurance companies nationally. 

“We’re delighted with the continued recognition by A.M. Best,” said Integrity President Jill Wagner Kelly. “Being a mutual company, we pride ourselves on our financial strength. This rating confirms our stability, reliable operational performance and risk management discipline which provides confidence to our agency partners and customers.”

In A.M. Best’s press release, they highlighted Integrity’s “solid risk-adjusted capitalization, strong product management focus and well-established regional market presence.” Integrity has received an “A” financial strength rating from A.M. Best for 15 years and financial strength is a critical consideration when it comes to purchasing insurance.


About Integrity Insurance

Integrity Insurance established in 1933 and is based in Appleton, WI. Integrity offers auto, home, business and life insurance through a network of independent agents throughout IA, MN and WI. With an affiliate partner Grange Insurance based in Columbus, Ohio — the 13 state enterprise has $2 billion in assets and $1 billion in annual revenue and holds an AM Best rating of "A" Excellent. For more information, visit

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