A big part of the working capital that helps Arkansas open its doors, invest in new projects and grow its workforce comes from long-term investments by life insurers. Our companies have invested $41 billion in Arkansas’ economy with mortgage loans for agriculture, retail, and apartment buildings/multifamily units, bond purchases for education, infrastructure and more. We are here to strengthen businesses and communities across the Natural State.

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  • $33 billion in stocks and bonds that help finance business development and create new jobs
  • $5 billion in real estate, loans and other investments
  • $2 billion in mortgage loans on farms, residential, and commercial property

Investing in Agriculture
Life insurers have invested $1.1 billion in agricultural loans. From Arkansas county to Woodruff county and throughout the state, these loans provide the working capital farmers need to upgrade and purchase equipment and expand their land.


Investing in Apartments/Multifamily
Life insurers have invested $292 million in mortgages for apartments and multifamily units, helping millions of individuals and families call the Natural state “home.”


Investing in Education
Life insurers have invested $187 million in bonds for education. These bonds allow Arkansas schools to invest in safer buildings, enhance technology for students and staff, and ensure the state’s students have the tools they need to learn at their best.


Investing in Retail
The life insurance industry has remained a steady source of funding for retail in the state, investing $81 million in mortgages throughout the state.


Investing in Office Space
Life insurers have invested $49 million in mortgages for offices in Little Rock, Fayetteville, Springdale, Pine Bluff, and more, helping build business and commerce in the Natural State.


Investing in Infrastructure
Life insurers have invested more than $13 million to finance Arkansas utilities and transportation projects, including $4.5 million for the Electric System of North Little Rock, and $3.3 million for the Benton Washington Regional Public Water Authority.