In 1906, Columbus Life founder Channing Webster Brandon incorporated the Columbus Mutual Life Insurance Company with $100,000 in state-required "idle money" and $49.60 in capital. Neither he, nor the company, ever looked back.
Ever since, Columbus Life has had a remarkable record of solid financial strength — a strength that was reinforced when Columbus Life became a member of the Western & Southern Financial Group in 1989.
For more than 100 years, we've been helping our clients preserve and protect the vitally important things they've worked so hard to build. Columbus Life has a long tradition of consistent, profitable financial performance and financial integrity. The proof is in the numbers.