Dan FarrellyVice President, National Accounts, Fidelity & Guaranty Life - Creative Edge

FGL Introduces New Digital Resources for Agents

FGL Introduces New Agent Resource Center and HTML5 Fillable Applications At Fidelity & Guaranty Life, we pride ourselves on listening to feedback from our agents on the latest tools needed to build business and save valuable time. And now, we’re once again taking it a step further! Introducing two new tools to support your practice:… Read More

Limited time offer: 3.35% 5-Year MYGA from FGL

Effective September 17, 2014, Fidelity & Guaranty Life (FGL) will be raising the interest rate on their FG Guarantee-Platinum® 5 single premium fixed deferred annuity to 3.35%! This increase is for a limited time, so don’t delay! A few details about the interest rate increase: FGL will ONLY accept applications submitted electronically either through their SalesLink online application or… Read More

Coming soon: 3.35% MYGA from FGL

Coming Soon! Fidelity & Guaranty Life (FGL) will raise the interest rate on their FG Guarantee-Platinum® 5 traditional annuity on September 15, 2014. FGL will not be accepting paper apps. Agents will have to submit via the iPad app or through iPipeline. As more details are available, we will pass this information along to you. In the… Read More

FGL: Submit Apps Via iPad for All FGL Annuity Products!

Doing business with FGL just got even easier! Download FGL’s Pathfinder Annuity iPad App and you can now submit applications electronically for ALL of our annuity products. Why waste time manually filling out an application? There are so many benefits to submit applications electronically: Access all required state forms – at your fingertips Pre-fill applications with… Read More

With FGL’s Performance Pro, Accumulation is Back in Vogue

For the last several years, the indexed annuity market has been primarily about income, income, income. But while the industry has been busy emphasizing income, we’ve ignored the need for accumulation. Granted, it’s been much easier to tout roll-up percentages on income riders when low interest rates suppressed the caps on indexed crediting strategies throughout… Read More