FWD Group Holdings (FWD) is expanding its financial literacy programme, JA SparktheDream, to span seven markets in Asia as part of its 10th anniversary year community initiatives. Developed in partnership with Junior Achievement Asia Pacific (JA), the programme integrates financial, social and life skills education for students to help boost financial literacy in the region.
Allianz Asia Pacific (AZAP) is partnering INSEAD, one of the world's leading business schools, to create a training and certification programme aimed at transforming and upskilling the organisation's life and health business agency salesforce.
If your clients are parents, they may be able to take out a policy on their child/children. If they pass away, this will help your clients take time off to grieve without sacrificing their financial well-being.
The answer to the question "Do I need life insurance?" will be different for everyone. Whether a person needs life insurance depends on his/her financial goals. If any of the following scenarios fit your clients' situation, they would probably need it.
Prioritising junior roles to apply theoretical knowledge into practicality is crucial to a financial adviser's career progression, says one adviser.
Life insurance provides vital financial protection for adults of all ages. Whether they're younger and just getting started in their careers, older with financial dependents and small children or a senior who recently retired, life insurance is generally worth it.
According to a survey by Manulife, the vast majority of respondents (92%) said they are willing to spend more to prolong their health span. Investing in exercise and healthier diet are the main ways people seek to improve their health. Furthermore, with mental health issues on the rise, mindfulness activities, such as yoga and brain training, are also popular ways of self-help.
Health insurance firms are increasingly realising that 'Health is Wealth'. When we are healthy, our chances of growing in wealth increase manifold.
AI chatbot, ChatGPT, is creating sensations and breaking barriers in different industries, and even giving financial advice to people. But can it really replace human financial advisors?
Someone in poor health or with medical problems should have an entirely different plan from a person who is healthy, said certified financial planner Carolyn McClanahan.
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