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AIA wins SBR International Business Award for Life Insurance

It continues to be an industry leader.

AIA is the largest independent publicly listed pan-Asian life insurance group, with a presence in 18 markets across the Asia-Pacific region. It aims to constantly develop innovative products and services to meet every client’s needs. AIA is committed to working together with its people and to building an exceptional company that is focused on putting their customers at the heart of what they do.

This focus led AIA Singapore to win in the Life Insurance category at the Singapore Business Review International Business Awards 2017. Alistair Chamberlain accepted the award on the company's behalf.

Together with an outstanding team that’s dedicated to one goal – doing their very best everyday to benefit customers and the community – in financial year 2016, AIA Singapore led the industry and ranked number one for protection business in terms of new business sums assured, and AIA Singapore continues to be the leader in group insurance business.

AIA Singapore also ranks first in the country for having the most number of Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) Registered Members.

AIA Singapore’s disciplined execution of the company's premier agency strategy also translated to a strong performance in 2016. They delivered double-digit growth in agency Value of New Business (VONB) from increased active agent numbers and higher productivity in terms of Annualised New Premium (ANP) per active agent.

The SBR International Business Awards was held on June 8, 2017 at the Conrad Centennial Singapore.

This year's nominations were judged by a panel consisting of Ng Jiak See, executive director and head of corporate finance advisory at Deloitte Singapore & Southeast Asia; Choo Eng Chuan, ASEAN markets leader and partner, international and corporate tax services at Ernst & Young Solutions LLP; Toh Kim Teck, assurance partner at Foo Kon Tan LLP; and Henry Tan, managing director at NEXIA TS.

Check out the event photos during the awards night here.

If you would like to join the 2018 awards and be awarded as one of the most outstanding international companies in Singapore, please email Julie@charltonmediamail.com or click here for more information.

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