We Understand America's Workers
Around 75 million Americans are on the verge of retirement, and many are unprepared. As a strong American company, Nationwide® is positioned to help America's workers prepare for and live in retirement.
We are an American company
More than 90 years ago, Nationwide was formed to help American farmers through the sponsorship of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. Today, Nationwide is a Fortune 100 Company based in the United States.1
We employ more than 30,000 employees across America, making us one of the largest financial services employers of America's workers. Our commitment has recently extended to the U.S. Armed Forces, as we are on track to hire 1,000 veterans in the next five years to help them transition to civilian life.
We live here; we give here
Nationwide invests millions of dollars in American interests, including committing $50 million to the Nationwide Children's Hospital and $97 million to United Way since 2000 from pledges by our associates, agents and retirees.2
We believe it is important to reinvest in America, which is why we invest billions in municipal and corporate bonds every year.3
 Based on revenue, Fortune (May 2013).
 From 2012 Office of Corporate Citizens and the Nationwide Insurance Foundation.
 Based on an annual 2012 combined statement of the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and its affiliated fire and casualty insurers.
The Nationwide Group Retirement Series includes unregistered group fixed and variable annuities and trust programs. The unregistered group fixed and variable annuities are issued by Nationwide Life Insurance Company. Trust programs and trust services are offered by Nationwide Trust Company, FSB, a division of Nationwide Bank. Nationwide Investment Services Corporation, member FINRA. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies, Home Office: Columbus, OH 43215-2220.