EquiBuilder, policy form T1735A, are issued by American General Life Insurance Company and distributed by AIG Capital Services, Inc., member FINRA. This policy is not available in the state of New York.
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A current policy prospectus is not published for this policy.
Information about certain investment options below may be contained in a combined fund prospectus, 1st quarter report, semi-annual report, 3rd quarter report or annual report booklet for the applicable fund family. By clicking on the appropriate “Fund Prospectus,” "1st Quarter Report," “Semi-Annual Report,” "3rd Quarter Report" or “Annual Report” button, you can view the applicable combined fund prospectus or report booklet. (Best viewed in Chrome browser)
|Fund Name||Fund Prospectus||1st Quarter Report ||Semi Annual Report||3rd Quarter Report||Annual Report|
|EQ Premier VIP EQ/Core Plus Bond Portfolio - Class A|
|EQ Premier VIP EQ/Moderate Allocation Portfolio - Class A|
|EQ Advisors EQ/Common Stock Index Portfolio Class 1A* |
|EQ Advisors EQ/International Equity Index Portfolio Class 1A |
|EQ Advisors EQ/Money Market Portfolio Class 1A |
|EQ Advisors Multimanager Aggressive Equity Portfolio Class 1A* |
|Fidelity VIP Contrafund® Portfolio - Initial Class*|
|Fidelity VIP Growth Portfolio - Initial Class*|
|Fidelity VIP Index 500 Portfolio - Initial Class*|
|Fidelity VIP Investment Grade Bond Portfolio - Initial Class|
|VALIC Company I Mid Cap Index Fund|
|VALIC Company I Nasdaq-100® Index Fund|
|VALIC Company I Science & Technology Fund|
* These portfolios have performed favorably and, to ensure proper administration, the Company instituted unit splits for the portfolio as of June 7, 2018, April 4, 2019, July 19, 2018, March 29, 2018 and April 4, 2019, respectively. Each unit a Policy owner owned in a portfolio was increased by 9 units (a 10 for 1 split) and the unit value was reduced accordingly. The value of the units owned in a portfolio will continue to properly reflect market performance.