18:49 | 18/05/2015 Finance - Banking
(VEN) - Dai-ichi Life Vietnam and HDBank organized the signing ceremony of their exclusive 10-year bancassurance partnership agreement at Ho Chi Minh City.
Under this agreement, effective from July 2015, Dai-ichi Life Vietnam will be the exclusive supplier of life insurance products and health riders through HDBank’s extensive network nationwide. As well, Dai-ichi Life Vietnam will introduce to its customers the advanced banking services and utilities of HDBank. With this long-term strategic partnership, Dai-ichi Life Vietnam becomes one of the leading life insurers which pioneer the long-term bancassurance partnership in Vietnam market.
On the bank’s side, HDBank continues to provide high-quality protection solutions and financial plans to its customers, which helps persify its portfolio of products, services, and distribution channels. Besides, all customers of Dai-ichi Life Vietnam shall enjoy the convenience of paying premiums through HDBank’s premium collection service at more than 220 transaction points nationwide, as well as through its e-banking channels, which is scheduled to launch in the coming time.
Mr. Tran Dinh Quan, General Director of Dai-ichi Life Vietnam, said at the signing ceremony: “We believe that this exclusive long-term cooperation will build a solid foundation for mutual benefits and enhance Dai-ichi Life Viet Nam and HD Bank into a new height through the combination of advanced Japanese-quality financial protection solutions and superior distribution capabilities of HDBank.”
Mr. Nguyen Huu Dang, General Manager of HDBank, said: “The cooperation with Dai-ichi Life Vietnam shows a commitment to providing Japanese-quality financial services and products suitable for Vietnamese customers and ‘maximum benefit’ for customers and dynamism in adapting to changes in the global economic situation in general and Vietnam in particular for sustainable development together. The cooperation also proves that HDBank can meet the strict requirements for doing business with Japanese partners.”