Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has received a AA rating from Fitch Rating, giving the company a very stable outlook due to its high quality investment portfolio options and consistent profitability.
Thrivent, which is a financial services organization, is a faith-based and not-for-profit membership group with nearly 2.5 million members.
Thrivent also offers a stable capital base and a conservative strategy for investment.
"Our mission is to help our members be wise with money and inspire them to live generously," said Randy Boushek, senior vice president and chief financial officer. "Ratings from agencies such as Fitch are an affirmation of our strength, stability and the steadfast commitment to our members."
In accordance with the company's mission, Thrivent will be helping out with a financial donation at an upcoming area event.
Next weekend, the company will be matching up to $1,000 at the benefit for the family of Traer's Max Morrison, who passed away last month after succumbing to injuries he sustained in a Nov. 28 plane crash.
The benefit will feature a bake sale, silent auction and much more designed to raise money for the Morrison family to help with medical bills and funeral expenses. Thrivent, along with event organizers, would like to encourage folks from Traer and beyond to open their hearts and their wallets to help this great cause.
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin and Minneapolis, Minnesota, is represented in the local area by Marlin Pruismann, CFP, ChFC, CLU and Andrea Pruismann, FIC at 404 Second St. in Blairsburg, Iowa. If you're interested in more about Thrivent's investment solutions, please contact them at (515) 325-6084.