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American General Life Companies
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
American General Life Companies Announces
New Variable Universal Life Product
Survivor Advantage features enhanced benefits and competitive options
HOUSTON, January 14, 2009 — American General Life Companies recently announced the launch of
Survivor AdvantageSM, a last survivor variable universal life insurance policy issued by American
General Life Insurance Company (AGL), a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. The policy
offers a cost-effective way to provide life insurance protection for two lives, with lower premiums than
two individual policies. The product, geared toward families who need estate-planning solutions, provides
competitive premiums for endowment scenarios, death benefit guarantees and a superior selection of 47
professionally managed investment options1. Survivor Advantage also features a new underwriting class
for healthy non-smokers, known as preferred plus non-tobacco, and a policy provision that allows policy
owners to split the policy into two individual polices at no additional charge.
“The flexible design of the Survivor Advantage policy enables policy owners to protect their
estate and create a truly customized plan to provide for their heirs, with the confidence that comes from
life insurance protection and the wealth-building potential of top investment choices,” said Tim Heslin,
vice president and variable universal life business leader.
1 Investment return and principal value of the variable options may fluctuate, so that a policy owner’s units, when redeemed or borrowed against,
may be worth more or less than their original cost. Consult fund prospectuses for information on currently available funds.
For those who may be concerned about the impact taxation will have on their accumulated assets,