Today InLife attains another high point, becoming one of the very few Filipino companies surpassing 110 years of success and continued service and operation since 1920.
Insular Life Chairman of the Board and CEO Vicente R. Ayllon recently announced the promotion of the following executives: Mundece L. Lu to first vice president, Katerina V. Suarez to vice president, Johanna C. Coronado to senior assistant vice president, and Atty. Analyn S. Benito, Adrian Joseph R. Fernandez, and Gwendolyn Kelley to assistant vice president.
Three well-renowned leaders a former beauty queen-turned-culture and heritage advocate, a motivational speaker, and a climate change advocate received the highly coveted The Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) Awards on Jan. 29 at the Tanghalang Haribon, Insular Life Corporate Centre in Alabang, Muntinlupa City.
Three well-known personalities who have demonstrated exceptional qualities of being transformational leaders by putting their passion and energy into everything and creating significant impact in the process are the awardees of the 2014 Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) Award.
Insular Foundation, Insular Life's corporate social responsibility arm, recently signed a partnership with Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) and the Department of Education (DepEd) for the construction of a classroom building in San Fernando Central Elementary School in Tacloban, Leyte.
Magandang Araw ng Kapaskuhan sa Insular Life CASHandog.2014. We have concluded our CASHandog.2014 last January 23, 2015. We greatly appreciate your interest in joining our program and we hope to get your participation in our future similar programs.
Insular Foundation recently gathered its eleven new Gold Eagle Scholars for an orientation and formal presentation to the Foundation Board of Trustees.
As the Philippine Stock market reached the 7,287.29 mark last September 22, 2014, Insular Life's variable unit-linked (VUL) funds hinged on the equities market also achieved an all-time high Net Asset Value Per Unit (NAVPU) at closing on Monday, September 22, 2014.
Sta. Clara International Corp. Crane Operator Henry Monsanto receives a check from Sta. Clara President Nicandro Linao representing his retirement benefits after 18.5 years of service. He is the first retiree-beneficiary of the Group Comprehensive Plan (CGP) that Insular Life has been providing for Sta. Clara since 2013.
One hundred-fifty-seven Grades four and six students from Itaas Elementary School in Muntinlupa City received their school things consisting of school supplies, uniform and shoes.