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Own a portion of Equitable Life

Being a contributing policy holder with Equitable Life means you are given extra benefits not often offered by big businesses. It is definitely advantageous to be a part of the Equitable Life family.

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– Participating policy holders elect the Equitable Life board of directors and have a right to vote on various company issues.

The company is operated in policyholders best interst and answer only to them.

The mutual structure of Equitable Life allows it to offer continuity and stability and to focus on growing the company and meeting long-term interests of the policy holders.

Equitable Life is not driven by shareholder pressuers for quarterly results (As other insurance companies consolidate and restructure, they remain focused, stable, and strong)

Being a mutual company allows them to provide better levels of service than a publicly traded company. Their customers know who they are doing business with – now and in the future – and will continue to receieve customer-focused service.

Want to be more involved with your company? Let’s chat about how you can own a portion of Equitable Life.

Tyler Brown
Financial Security Advisor
Life Insurance Broker
tylerb@riskman.ca
CP: (519) 212-9859

WP: (519) 648-9580
FX: (519) 489-2740
http://www.riskman.ca
244 Woolwich St. South, Unit #1 ~ P.O. Box 261 Breslau, ON ~ N0B 1M0

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