Skip to main content

2018: Midland National’s News XL-CV Max Life Insurance Policy

Midland National XL-CV Product
Midland National released a new addition to its popular Indexed Universal Life Insurance portfolio—XL-CV Max. The new product combines death benefit protection plus the potential to build cash value growth linked to the performance of selected stock market index with a minimum interest rate guarantee. This provides the opportunity for policyowners to accumulate cash value without participating directly in the stock market.

New features include an Account Interest Multiplier that boosts the interest crediting rate by 10 percent starting in year six of the policy.  The multiplier is guaranteed on the index account and is conditionally guaranteed on the fixed account and is not applied to loaned monies1.  At policy year 11 a guaranteed rate of one percent Interest Bonus2 on the index account comes into effect. A Return of Premium Death Benefit option is another welcome new addition3.

“We’ve designed a product that the agent can illustrate at higher cash value and income potential for their clients, with clear, simple benefits and features,” said Jerry Blair, Midland National’s vice president and chief distribution officer. “The way features like the account interest multiplier and interest bonus add to cash value is both effective and transparent. XL-CV Max, like all of our IUL products, was created with growth and maximum value for the policyowner in mind.”

Learn more about XL-CV Max from Midland National’s YouTube


1 – Account Interest Multiplier is applied after the interest credit or index credit is determined and before any Interest Bonus. It is not applied to the Interest Bonus or any portion of the Account Value that is Policy Debt or the Minimum Account Value. This multiplier is conditionally guaranteed on the fixed account. Midland National will pay the multiplier only when the declared interest rate is greater than the Fixed Account Guaranteed Interest Rate shown in the policy.

2 – The Interest Bonus is 1.0% above the then current interest rate. The Account Multiplier is not applied to the Interest Bonus. For Standard Policy Loans the interest bonus is not applied to any loaned amount. The interest bonus is conditionally guaranteed on the fixed account. Midland National will pay the bonus if we are crediting interest in excess of the guaranteed interest rate and the policy is in effect after the 10th policy anniversary.

3 - Subject to eligibility requirements.

Indexed Universal Life products are not an investment in the “market” or in the applicable index and are subject to all policy fees and charges normally associated with most universal life insurance.

Life insurance policies have terms under which the policy may be continued in force or discontinued. Current cost of insurance rates and interest rates are not guaranteed. Therefore, the planned periodic premium may not be sufficient to carry the contract to maturity. Failure to meet premium requirements may result in a lapse in the policy and participation in the Index Accounts. The Index Accounts are subject to caps and participation rates. In no case will the interest credited be less than 0 percent. Please refer to the customized illustration provided by your agent for additional detail. The policy’s death benefit is paid upon the death of the insured. The policy does not continue to accumulate cash value and excess interest after the insured’s death. For costs and complete details, call or write Midland National Life Insurance Company, Administrative Office, One Sammons Plaza, Sioux Falls, SD 57193. Telephone 800-843-3316.

XL-CV Max (policy form series L147) is issued by Midland National Life Insurance Company, Administrative Office, One Sammons Plaza, Sioux Falls, SD 57193. Products, features, riders, endorsement or issue ages may not be available in all jurisdictions. Restrictions or limitations may apply.

AD1281-B

Popular posts from this blog

1906: Company Founded In The Black Hills Of South Dakota

The company that would eventually evolve into Midland National Life Insurance Company was born on a late summer evening in the Black HIlls of South Dakota.

Meeting at the Smead Hotel in Lead, South Dakota, a group of six men (John Walsh, Joseph Moore, Charles Turney, Claude Sterling, Daniel Bannister, and Fred Smith) elected officers for a company to be known as Dakota Mutual Life Insurance Company. They also authorized the publishing of "legal notice of the company's intention to begin business."

The meeting culminated from months of planning. Records show expenses dating from May 1906. Evidently, the proposed name was under debate until shortly before the August meeting since a draft of the Articles of Incorporation was submitted to the South Dakota Secretary of State under the name of "Western Mutual Life Insurance Company." The company was incorporated on August 30, 1906, and commenced business on September 4.

To capitalize the new company, the directors w…

2018: LIMRA Names Jackie Cockrum a Retirement Rising Star

Jackie Cockrum, Associate Vice President at Sammons Financial Group (SFG), was named one of LIMRA’s Retirement Rising Stars for 2018. This award recognizes financial services professionals under 40 who have implemented innovative ways to accomplish their day-to-day jobs. Jackie works on improving service delivery for SFG’s Annuity Operations and has been with the company for over five years. She also has experience in driving performance in operations and business strategy.
SFG, Midland National’s parent company, emphasizes career development for the younger generation of leaders in financial services, and we celebrate this recognition of Jackie’s work. LIMRA, a research organization for life and health insurance companies, is also committed to highlighting the achievements of upcoming leaders in the financial services sector. Please join us in congratulating Jackie on this award, and learn more about LIMRA and the Retirement Rising Stars program here.

1981: Midland National Celebrates 75 Years in the Insurance Industry

Midland National’s 75th anniversary celebration kicked off with newspaper ads and radio spots proclaiming, “As we look forward to our 75th Anniversary, we salute our people… more than three hundred reasons why Midland National is a great insurance company. We wish you could meet all of them because these are the people with the talent, the skill, and the ideas that make us a strong, successful, growing company.”