ASSET MANAGEMENT FOR

Insurance general accounts

 

Expertise you can trust

Work with the people who understand your needs. That would be us.

Managing an insurer’s investments requires a solid understanding of the industry’s requirements as well as its intricacies. With our deep industry knowledge and 19 NAIC-rated fixed income ETFs, we can help you invest your assets confidently—and wisely.

We’ll work with you to limit risk while also finding the investment solutions that meet your needs—whether that’s income, liquidity, diversification, or all three.

The large size of Vanguard’s ETFs, together with our industry-leading ETF trading volumes, means that we have significant investment capacity. We’re well suited to help insurers, whether your needs are short or long term. Jeffrey Freeman Vanguard Regional Director, CFA, CFP®

Mutual ownership

Since Vanguard’s founding in 1975, we’ve put investors first. That's because we're actually owned by the investors who own Vanguard funds.1 And because our investors are our owners, there are no conflicting loyalties getting in the way of our focusing on their interests. Which means we can bypass any third party (because there aren’t any) to help bring better financial outcomes to our clients. 
1Vanguard is owned by its funds, which are owned by Vanguard’s fund shareholder clients.

Looking for the right investment product for your insurance account? We’re happy to help.

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All investing is subject to risk, including the possible loss of the money you invest. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss.

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All Vanguard ETF products are subject to risk, including the possible loss of the money you invest. Bond ETFs are subject to interest rate, inflation, and credit risk. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss.