We’re proud of our financial strength. As of the end of 2017, Baltimore Equitable had assets of $173 million (nearly all of it liquid) and liabilities of $60 million (mainly in the form of our deposits). Our 2017 net income of $9.4 million indicates that we are only getting stronger.
We’re pleased to report that we are the very picture of financial health. We have assets of $173 million and deposits of$50 million. This means we could refund every dollar of deposit more than 3 times. Another way to look at our finances is if every policyholder decided to cancel their policy and we refunded all their deposits and paid our remaining debts, we would still have over $113 million in the bank.
Since 1899, AM Best has been the measure by which the financial health of insurance companies has been taken. AM Best reviews insurance company’s financial strength, creditworthiness, profitability and other areas of corporate function. Baltimore Equitable Insurance’s most recent rating was A-(Excellent) with a Stable outlook.
Click on the links for our Annual Statements and learn even more about our financial strength.