American Enterprise In The News

American Enterprise Group, Inc. Finalizes Acquisition of Utah-Based Insurance Company


American Enterprise Group, Inc. (AEG), a Des Moines-based company, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, American Republic Insurance Company, has finalized its previously announced acquisition of Great Western Insurance Company (GWIC), based in Ogden, Utah.


“We are excited to have Great Western Insurance Company join the American Enterprise family,” said Tom Swank, Chief Executive Officer of AEG. “This addition creates a tremendous opportunity for us. Together we are able to provide a greater solution set to our senior market customers, backed by the financial strength and stability required to support significant growth throughout all our lines of business.”


Click the link below to read more about the Utah-based acquisition.

2016 Recipient

Institute Honor Awards for Architecture


The American Enterprise National Headquarters Renovation is the recipient of a 2016 National American Institute of Architects (AIA) Institute Honor Award for Architecture, the professions highest recognition of works that exemplify excellence in architecture, interior architecture and urban design. This is the same award the building received in 1967 for its original design.


BNIM, the architectural firm responsible for the design of our renovation, will accept this award at the AIA 2016 National Convention in Philadelphia in May. This award is one of eleven in this category, selected from over roughly 500 submissions. Notes of interest from the judges include the following:


"This project encompasses the nearly invisible rehabilitation of an eight-story office building designed by Skidmore, Owing & Merrill’s Gordon Bunshaft, which received a 1967 AIA Honor Award for Architecture. Original systems were meticulously integrated with the building architecture. Rehabilitation required substantial demolition of the interior, which was obsessively reconstructed to accommodate new building and life-safety systems. The renovated space addresses human efficiency and evolving workplace standards with both systems and a minimal, modern office design that enhances human productivity while making AEG’s significant art collection an integrated part of the experience."


Click the link below to read more about the renovation.

Photos by: Nick Merrick - Hedrich Blessing

American Enterprise Renovation

Congratulations American Enterprise.


It is official that your headquarters has received the LEED Silver Certification for the renovation of your building. This is a significant accomplishment for your project.



Carey Nagle - AIA LEED


LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. To receive LEED certification, building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve different levels of certification.

American Enterprise News Releases

American Enterprise Announces Thomas Swank as New Chief Executive Officer


February 20th, 2015

American Enterprise Unveils Renovation of Historic Headquarters with Official Ceremony


August 6th, 2015

American Enterprise Invites Public to Tour Renovated Mid-Century Modern Headquarters and Art Collection


August 4th, 2015

American Enterprise Announces David Keith as New Chief Operating Officer


January 20th, 2016

Upcoming Retirement of Executive Chairman Michael E. Abbott


December 18th, 2014

American Enterprise Announces Finalized Acquisition of Utah-Based Insurance Company


January 31st, 2018

“American Republic” and its eagle logo are registered service marks owned and licensed by American Republic Insurance Company. “American Republic Insurance Services” and its eagle logo are registered service marks of American Republic Insurance Services, LLC. “Americare” is a registered service mark of the The Entrecor Group, LLC. “Medico” is a registered service mark of Medico Insurance Company.

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