Pan-American Life Insurance Group
By remaining committed to its mission, Pan-American Life Insurance Group has continued to see a steady and strong growth pattern over the past years. Addressing the economic and social challenges surrounding our clients in the U.S. as well as serving the needs of the growing Hispanic market has provided the company with new opportunities. Pan-American Life is continually striving to develop products and services that adapt to the changing environment as well as providing Hispanics living in the U.S. services which historically have been unavailable to them.
Bridge of the Americas - Closing the Gap
At Pan-American Life, we understand the significant impact the Hispanic community has in the U.S., and because of this we recognize the importance of catering to the needs of not only our traditional clients both in the U.S., and Latin America, but also the entire U.S. Hispanic population.
Seven and a half million U.S. Hispanics trace their roots to countries where Pan-American Life currently operates. That 17.4 percent of the total Hispanic population in the United States come from Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, and Puerto Rico, countries where Pan-American Life has corporate branches.
In addition to our vast coverage in Latin America, we have licenses to sell insurance in 47 states and the District of Columbia.
For a century, our experience, profound knowledge and dedication have helped Pan-American Life close the gap between the United States and Latin America. Through multiple distribution channels, we can address all segments of the population, regardless of their country of origin, working status or income. Whether you are an immigrant that recently moved to the United States in search of better working opportunities or a corporate executive that constantly travels overseas for business purposes, Pan-American Life has you covered.
Pan-American Life's success is based on our ability to identify influential regional Hispanic producers in targeted states, high-volume institutional relationships, and existing mass affinity-marketing models. Our plan is to leverage our distinctive competitive advantages – a multicultural management team, strong brand recognition in Latin America, and an understanding of the complex multicultural nature of the U.S. Hispanic population – thus building a bridge between Hispanics working here in the U.S. and their extended families back home.