"I was a believer (of life insurance). When I was young, my perspective was to save early." said Director Brillante Mendoza
Hundreds of employees of the country's largest Filipino life insurer recently gathered at its Alabang headquarter for the company's innovation conference. Dubbed as Innovating Solutions for the International Pinoy (ISIP), the goal is to immerse the Insular Life community in new trends in technology, innovation and the importance of digitalization.
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The Insular Life Makati building at the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas was recently awarded the Gold level under the Leadership for Energy and Environment Design by the US Green Building Council for its energy efficient design and environmentally-friendly features.
Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF) recently partnered with Insular Health Care, Inc. for outpatient health care coverage of its over 2,500 employees from 121 branches all over the Visayas and Mindanao regions.
Twenty Grade 1 children of low-income families from the neighboring barangays of La Trinidad, Benguet, studying at Balili Elementary School were the chosen Adopt-A-Scholar Program beneficiaries of last year's Territory 1 agents' campaign entitled "One Win".
Public schools opened classes for the School Year 2018 to 2019 in June, and all of the 140 scholars of the Insular Foundation's Adopt-A-Scholar Program in Itaas Elementary School successfully advanced to the Grade 2 level with zero drop-outs.
Insular Foundation and Knowledge Channel recently launched the second and third episodes of "Estudyantipid", financial literacy videos for high school students at Makati High School.
Insular Life bagged the award for the Domestic Life Insurer of the Year Philippines 2018, given by the Insurance Asia Awards.
To help the country combat the effects of global warming, Insular Life, the country's first and largest Filipino life insurer, recently subscribed one-billion peso worth of green bonds issued by the International Finance Corporation (IFC).