17:00 | 24/10/2017 Companies
(VEN) - FWD Vietnam Life Insurance Company Ltd. (“FWD”) and Tiki Corporation (Tiki.vn e-commerce website - “Tiki”) have launched an exclusive partnership to offer free online personal accident insurance for 100,000 customers on Tiki.vn.
|This free online insurance product offering marks the start for the exclusive three-year partnership
between Tiki and FWD
Tiki's customers will be protected against the risk of death and accidental injuries via online personal accident insurance policies with a three-month protection period and a maximum sum assured up to VND300 million. Tiki.vn is offering online life insurance to customers for the first time with simple registration, no health examination and totally free of premiums. The program is open to people from 18 to 54 years old, from October 24 to November 23, 2017, and will end as soon as 100,000 policies have been issued.
Mr. Tran Ngoc Thai Son, Founder and CEO of Tiki said: “We want to express our gratitude towards our loyal customers and show how we are planning to satisfy our customers’ every need by partnering with FWD to offer these free insurance policies. We will continue to further diversify our product catalogue and expand our services so that Vietnamese consumers can have what they want anytime, anywhere.”
Mr. Anantharaman Sridharan, FWD’s General Director said: "Our vision is to change the way people feel about insurance by leveraging technology to protect customers with simple, practical and easy-to-understand products. Through this exclusive partnership with Tiki, we hope more Vietnamese people will trust in life insurance because of its simplicity and necessity to our life. This is also a good opportunity for young people to access and experience online insurance through a modern and digital channel.”
This free online insurance product offering marks the start for the exclusive three-year partnership between Tiki and FWD. FWD and Tiki will soon introduce new online life insurance products to make life insurance simpler, more transparent and more accessible for Vietnamese people.