|Minimum Annual Premium||As low as P6,000 per year1|
|Payment Terms||5 or 10 years|
|Age of Eligibility for the Insured||18 or 60 years old|
|Coverage||15 years from issuance|
The benefit will be given depending on how far cancer has progressed, so you can get the treatments you need.
The benefit will be given upon diagnosis of any type of cancer at any stage.
No Medical Examination Required.
THIS FINANCIAL PRODUCT OF FWD LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION IS NOT INSURED BY THE PHILIPPINE DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION AND IS NOT GUARANTEED BY SECURITY BANK.
FWD Life Insurance Corporation (“FWD Life”) is the first life insurance company licensed by the Insurance Commission of the Philippines under the new Insurance Code. FWD launched its commercial operations in September 2014. By March 2017, FWD Life is the highest-capitalized life insurer in the Philippines with PhP 2.3 billion in paid-up capitalization.1 Based on premium income data published by the Insurance Commission2, FWD Life now ranks 10th in the insurance industry in terms of weighted new business premiums.3FWD Group spans Hong Kong & Macau, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, and Japan, offering life and medical insurance, general insurance, and employee benefits across a number of its markets. Established in Asia in 2013, FWD is the insurance business arm of investment group, Pacific Century Group. In the Philippines, FWD has nine business hubs located in key cities nationwide with its headquarters in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.
FWD is focused on creating fresh customer experiences, with easy-to-understand products, supported by digital technology. Through this customer-led approach, FWD aims to become a leading pan-Asian insurer that changes the way people feel about insurance.
For more information please visit fwd.com.ph.
1 www.insurance.gov.ph > Statistics > 2017 > Based on Paid-Up Capital
2 www.insurance.gov.ph > Statistics > 2017 > Based on Premium Income
3 Weighted New Business Premium Income: 100% of first-year premium on regular-pay plans + 10% of single-pay premiums