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Variable insurance products are issued by Security Life of Denver Insurance Company (Denver, CO) and distributed by Voya America Equities, Inc. Both are members of the Voya® family of companies. Choose from competitively priced Single Life, Survivorship and Variable Universal life insurance policies to help meet your clients’ needs.

Voya Variable Universal Life — DB (policy form #2521(VUL)-10/10)

  • $100,000 minimum target death benefit
  • Competitively priced for lower funding death benefit protection focused sales, while maintaining long-term cash accumulation potential

Voya Variable Universal Life — CV (policy form #2517(VUL)-03/08)

  • $50,000 minimum target death benefit
  • Long-term cash accumulation potential
  • No mortality and expense risk (M&E) charges (current basis)

Voya Survivorship Variable Universal Life — CV (policy form #2519(JTVUL)-12/08)

  • $250,000 minimum target death benefit
  • Policy Split Option
  • Long-term cash accumulation potential
  • No mortality and expense risk (M&E) charges (current basis)

Voya Corporate Variable Universal Life (policy form #2516(VUL)-09/07)

  • $100,000 minimum target death benefit  ($50,000 for Guaranteed Issue)
  • Designed for Executive Benefits market
  • Strong early surrender value potential
  • Surrender value enhancement

Before investing, your clients should carefully consider their need for life insurance coverage and the charges and expenses of the variable universal life insurance policy. They should also carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, fees and charges of each underlying variable investment option. This and other information is contained in the prospectuses for the variable universal life insurance policy and the underlying variable investment options. Clients may obtain these prospectuses from you, by calling 877-253-5050, or from voya.com and should read them carefully before investing.

Guarantees are based on the financial strength and claims paying ability of the issuing insurance company, who is solely responsible for all obligations under its policies. Variable insurance products are subject to investment risk, are not guaranteed and will fluctuate in value. In addition, there is no guarantee that any variable investment option will meet its stated objective. Variable insurance products are offered by prospectus only. To solicit variable insurance products you must be appointed with the issuing insurance company and be a registered representative of a broker-dealer that has a current selling agreement with the issuing company; variable insurance products may also require you to obtain a variable insurance product line on your insurance license.