Singapore's life insurance industry recorded a total of S$965.8 million (US$677.28 million) in weighted new business premiums for January to March this year, a 10% increase from the same period in 2019.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Great Eastern has strengthened its partnership with health-tech company Doctor Anywhere (DA) to bring online and offline general practitioner (GP) consultations island-wide to more of its customers.
Don't go thinking #Instagram is only for youngsters. In fact, many businesses and corporates are adopting Instagram, as it's a fun and creative way to reach a specific audience. Learn more from Social Media and Digital Marketing Strategist, Andrew Chow, as he shows you the ropes to conquer Instagram.
A continuation from episode 8- Master Virtual Selling, episode 9 builds on your virtual impression and how to score well at it.
With more time being spent at home, more people might pick up blogging on the internet. Writing is not a big deal really- everybody can write. However, having people read your writing is a different matter altogether.
Consultants say that the insurance industry could keep continue operating a remote and flexible workforce - both as a short-term solution to social-distancing requirements and as long-term transformation.
On the talk show for the third time, celebrity master personal branding consultant, Joshua Luke, joined in with co-hosts Jensen Siaw, International Motivational Speaker, Benjamin Ang, Editor and Ken Kish, Owner of Munch Munch.
The Life Insurance Association, Singapore (LIA Singapore) and General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIA Singapore) announced that coverage will be extended to cover COVID-19 patients admitted to a Community Care Facility (CCF) or Community Recovery Facility (CRF) for up to 14 days after they are transferred from a hospital. It is with immediate effect until the closure of the last CCF or CRF in Singapore. Benefits are subject to existing policy terms and conditions of the respective insurers.
With lockdowns and social distancing measures being the current norm across most countries in Asia, it has become increasingly difficult for financial advisers (FAs) in the region to adjust and cater to their clients' needs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Murphy's law was real for episode 7, "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong".
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