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Financial Results

Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson®) has significant competitive advantages in the key growth sectors of the US retirement market, the largest retirement market in the world. As America's Baby Boomers retire, they will put a tremendous amount of retirement assets into motion. The ability to bring innovative products to market rapidly, and strong positioning in advice-based distribution channels, has positioned Jackson to seize the opportunities that will arise as Baby Boomers seek to convert their retirement assets into a steady stream of income.

Financial Highlights

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is a principles-based set of international accounting standards for reporting financial information. IFRS is issued by the International Accounting Standards Board in an effort to increase global comparability of financial statements and results. IFRS is used by Jackson's parent to report the Group's financial results. Jackson's IFRS results are consolidated in its parent's IFRS financial statements, which are audited. Jackson does not produce standalone audited IFRS financial statements.

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2012 Sales and Deposits Charts

1 Sales and deposits from Jackson's subsidiaries, Jackson National Life Insurance Company of New York® and Curian Capital®, LLC, have been included in Jackson's total sales and deposits figures. Fixed index annuities, life insurance and institutional products are not sold in New York. Jackson discontinued sales of life insurance in all other states in August 2012.

2 IFRS pretax operating income is based on longer-term investment returns. It excludes short-term fluctuations in investment returns, hedge results, and change in value of derivatives. A reconciliation to net income based on US generally accepted accounting principles (US GAAP) for 1H2014 is as follows (in millions):

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3Jackson's net income was impacted by hedging losses incurred due to the strong equity market movements, which were not fully offset by the related release of accounting reserves. IFRS accounting for variable annuity liabilities is not necessarily consistent with the economic value of these liabilities. Jackson continues to manage its hedge program on an economic basis and is willing to accept the accounting volatility that results.

4 Includes separate account liabilities as well as $2.6 billion, $2.3 billion and $3.2 billion of trust instruments supported by funding agreements and Federal Home Loan Bank advances in FY2013, HY2013 and HY2014, respectively.

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