Insurer financial strength ratings represent the opinions of rating agencies regarding the ability of an insurance company to pay obligations under insurance policies and contracts in accordance with their terms, and are not evaluations directed toward the protection of investors in Brighthouse Financial, Inc.’s securities. Insurer financial strength ratings are not statements of fact nor are they recommendations to purchase, hold or sell any security, contract or policy. Each rating should be evaluated independently of any other rating. For more information about a particular rating, please visit the website of the relevant rating agency.
Ratings are current; ratings last required update on April 9, 2021.
|A.M. Best||Fitch||Moody's||Standard & Poor's|
|Brighthouse Life Insurance Company||A||Stable||A||Stable||A3||Stable||A+||Stable|
|New England Life Insurance Company||A||Stable||A||Stable||A3||Stable||A+||Stable|
|Brighthouse Life Insurance Company of NY||A||Stable||Unrated||Unrated||Unrated||Unrated||A+||Stable|
A.M. Best Company assigns ratings from A++ to S based on a company's financial strength and ability to meet obligations to contract holders. A (Excellent) is the 3rd highest of 16 ratings.
Fitch assigns ratings from AAA to C based on a company's financial strength. A (Strong) is the 6th highest of 19 ratings.
Moody's Investor Service (Moody's) assigns ratings from Aaa to C based on a company’s financial security. A3 (upper medium) is the 7th highest of 21 ratings.
Standard & Poor's assigns ratings from AAA to SD or D based on a company's financial security. A+ (Strong) is the 5th highest of 22 ratings.