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Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance Receives Improved Credit Rating

Sat, 04 Mar 2017 19:42:22 CST

Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance Receives Improved Credit Rating The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. this week is proud to receive an upgraded credit rating status from B to B+, reflecting the company’s commitment to remaining a statewide leader in the insurance industry. OFBMIC was given a secured rating status with a positive outlook by A.M. Best, a nationally renowned credit rating service that specializes in insurance.



The Oklahoma-based insurance company has enhanced its credit rating status for two consecutive years, illustrating the efforts of OFBMIC leadership to bring the highest quality service to its members.



“Since the beginning of my tenure three years ago, Oklahoma Farm Bureau has continued to improve in financial strength and solidity,” said Tom Buchanan, OKFB president. “We’re proud to again prove our dedication to serving and protecting Oklahomans.”



Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s persistent growth and improvement ensures it will remain an unwavering voice for agriculture and all Oklahomans.



“I’m proud of Oklahoma Farm Bureau leadership and our work to move our company forward,” said Monica Wilke, OKFB executive director. “This is a significant accomplishment for both our members and the state of Oklahoma. We look forward to a long future of fulfilling our mission to protect and preserve agriculture and Oklahoma.”



   

 

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