the Standard Insurance Company?
A modest amount of our investment money is in a 457(b) fund, managed by Transamerica. AFAIK, this is the only place where we have the option of a Stable Value Fund.
I'm considering putting some of our fixed income allocation into their stable value fund, "Standard Insurance Company Stable Asset Fund III" which is paying 1.75% for the first quarter, with no interest rate risk and low (but not zero) credit risk.
The company ratings within the last few months are:
Standard gets a lot of complaints about their customer service, but I should be dealing with Transamerica and not Standard.
Most of our outside fixed income money is in insured CD's, but the Stable Value Fund is paying about 1% more, not worth taking a lot of risk for but still nice to get.
Our overall asset allocation is good for now, at age 75 about 60% fixed income, but I'm looking for comments about this company and stable value funds in general.