Old Republic Title's Financial-Strength Rating Upgraded

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Old Republic Title Insurance Group's financial-strength rating has been upgraded by Standard & Poor's, advancing one notch from "A-" to "A," according to S&P Global Ratings, as of October 17, 2016. This achievement keeps Old Republic Title well positioned with the highest overall financial-strength ratings in the title insurance industry since 1992.*

Rating determinations made by rating agencies are subject to change from time-to-time. While the Company attempts to show accurate information, it cannot assure the reliability of ratings referred to herein and assumes no obligation to monitor the ratings of any rating agency, or to immediately incorporate any rating changes applicable to the Company.


*As of 10/2016. Old Republic Title's underwriters are Old Republic National Title Insurance Company and American Guaranty Title Insurance Company.

Headquartered in Tampa, FL, the Old Republic Title Insurance Group, Inc. (ORTIG) is comprised of a multitude of title and related services companies. Its underwriters are Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, formed in 1907, and American Guaranty Title Insurance Company, dating back to 1896. Since 1992, no other title insurer has had higher overall financial-strength ratings than the ORTIG. The ORTIG (known widely as Old Republic Title) offers a full complement of title insurance underwriting and related services such as: Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031 exchanges, notary services, commercial real estate due diligence, UCC insurance, bankruptcy reporting, national timeshare and relocation services, document recording, real estate appraisal, commercial real estate transaction coordination, mortgage servicer solutions, default management, flood reporting, and centralized national order placement services. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Old Republic International Corporation (NYSE: ORI), one of the nation's 50 largest publicly held insurance organizations.