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AIA Launches AIA One Billion to Engage a Billion People to Live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives By 2030
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 22 February 2022 - AIA Group Limited ("AIA" or the "Company"; stock code: 1299) today announced the launch of AIA One Billion, a bold ambition to engage a billion people to live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives by 2030.
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 20 January 2022 - AIA Singapore today announced the official appointment of Ms Leong Li Sun as its new Head of Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG). This newly created role is part of the leading life and health insurer's transformational push to ensure a more sustainable future for the individuals and families it serves.
AIA Singapore today introduced ' Wealthbeing by AIA' – the pairing of Wealth and Well-being – as it accelerates efforts to meet the underserved needs of High Net Worth individuals (HNWIs) seeking protection and growth for both their wealth and health.
AIA Singapore today unveiled that young families in Singapore have deprioritized planning for their retirement because they are spending at least 2.5 times more of their monthly expenses on their children's needs rather than taking charge of their own retirement planning.
9 in 10 Singaporeans still struggling with their mental health one year into the pandemic, men and younger adults most worried
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 15 April 2021 - AIA Singapore today announced findings from a new study on the state of Singaporeans' health at the one-year mark since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. It revealed that fears over income loss and job instability caused 91% of respondents to report declines in their mental health. Around 60% of respondents are also deeply concerned about the added burden of other critical illness diagnosis such as cancer. Ms Wong Sze Keed, Chief Executive Officer of AIA Singapore, says, "While our nation is heading for a post-pandemic recovery, mentally, we are still trying to navigate our
GDP growth quickened to 7.72% in the quarter ended June, beating the government’s 6%-6.5% target.
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