Pacific Life Insurance Company
Pacific Life Insurance Company is an American insurance company that provides a variety of products and services designed to create financial security for individuals and businesses in the retail, institutional, workforce benefits, and reinsurance markets. The company was founded in 1868 by former California Governor, Leland Stanford in Sacramento, California. Pacific Mutual Life began issuing accident insurance in 1885, which was an innovative move for a life insurance company at the time. In 1906, Pacific Mutual Life merged with Conservative Life, a Los Angeles-based life insurance company. The company moved its headquarters to Newport Beach, California in 1972. In 1997, the company dropped mutual from its name, changing it to Pacific Life Insurance Company. This reflects the company structure’s change from a mutual ownership to a mutual holding company structure. The company also adopted the humpback whale as a symbol of the company because of the whale’s persistence, performance, and strength.
700 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
|Insurance Types||Annuity, Life|