|Traded as||NYSE: GNW
S&P 500 Component
|Key people||Thomas J. McInerney,
President and Chief Executive Officer
|Products||Life and Long Term Care Insurance, Wealth Management, Mortgage Insurance, Lifestyle Protection Insurance, and Annuities|
Genworth Financial is a Fortune 500 financial security company. Genworth was founded as The Life Insurance Company of Virginia in 1871. In 1986, Life of Virginia was acquired by Combined Insurance, which became Aon in 1987. In 1996, Life of Virginia was sold to GE Capital. In May 2004, Genworth Financial was formed out of various insurance businesses of General Electric Company in the largest IPO of that year.
The Genworth Financial family of companies operates through three segments: Retirement & Protection, US Mortgage Insurance, and International. Products and services include life and long-term care insurance, wealth management, mortgage insurance, lifestyle protection insurance, and annuities. Its legal structure are setup as six separate insurance companies, such as the Genworth Life Insurance Company and the Genworth Mortgage Insurance Company.
On April 1, 2013, Genworth announced the completion of a legal entity reorganization with the net result being the creation of a new ultimate holding company. This restructuring removes the U.S. mortgage insurance subsidiaries from the companies covered by the indenture governing Genworth's senior notes.
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