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Violation Tracker Current Parent Company Summary

Current Parent Company Name: National Western Life
Ownership Structure: publicly traded (ticker symbol NWLI)
Headquartered in: Texas
Major Industry: financial services
Specific Industry: insurance
Penalty total since 2000$24,051,156
Number of records: 5
Top 5 Offense Groups (Groups Defined)Penalty TotalNumber of Records
consumer-protection-related offenses$24,051,1565
Top 5 Primary Offense TypesPenalty TotalNumber of Records
consumer protection violation$21,020,0001
insurance violation$3,031,1564
Notes: Parent-subsidiary linkages are based on relationships current as of the latest revision listed in the Update Log, which may vary from what was the case when a violation occurred. The penalty totals are adjusted to account for the fact that the individual entries below may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case; or else a penalty covering multiple locations may be listed in the individual records for each of the facilities. The totals are also adjusted to reflect cases in which federal and state or local agencies cooperated and issued separate announcements of the outcome. Duplicate or overlapping penalty amounts are marked with an asterisk in the list below.

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CompanyPrimary Offense TypeYearAgency sort iconPenalty Amount
National Western Life Insurance violation2014NJ-DBI$2,973,656
National Western Life Insurance violation2009CO-INS$11,500
National Western Life Insurance violation2014CO-INS$11,500
National Western Life Insurance violation2019CO-INS$34,500
National Western Life Insurance Co.consumer protection violation2014private lawsuit-federal$21,020,000
(*): Penalty amounts marked by an asterisk are ones announced by more than one agency. Parent penalty totals are adjusted to avoid double-counting.