Manulife Financial is a leading Canada-based financial services group with principal operations in Asia, Canada and the United States. The Company operates as Manulife Financial in Canada and Asia, and primarily as John Hancock in the United States. With demonstrated financial strength and global experience of more than 125 years of operation, the Company offers financial protection and wealth management products and services to millions of clients over the world.
Manulife Vietnam is a member of Manulife Financial and its vision is to be the most professional financial services organization in Vietnam. Proud to be the first foreign-owned life insurance company licensed in Vietnam since June 1999, Manulife Vietnam currently serves over 400,000 customers through a network of nearly 11,700 professionally qualified agents. With the headquarters located at Manulife Plaza, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Manulife Vietnam has a nationwide network of 17 professionally designed and well equipped offices in 13 major cities.
With the commitment to be customer-focused and grow with quality, Manulife Vietnam has been achieving impressive growth rate year after year thanks to its consistent growth strategies of continuously developing the professional agency force in both quality and quantity, diversifying the product portfolio to meet the quickly changing needs of Vietnamese people, expanding the distribution channels by cooperating with banking partners to promote bancassurance, and strengthening Manulife brand in the market through intensive marketing campaigns nationwide. In November 2011, Manulife Vietnam became the first ISO 9001:2008-accredited foreign life insurer in Vietnam. 2013 is the 4th year Manulife has proudly received Golden Dragon Award with title of “The best life insurance service” for its outstanding business performance and significant contribution to the development of Vietnam economy. In June 2013, Manulife Vietnam was named “Top 20 typical enterprises that provide best products & services for families and children for 2013″.
Manulife Vietnam remains committed to supporting the communities in both educational and charitable activities with high participation of its staff and agents nationwide. Some of the organizations and programs to which the Company has donated time and money include: “Manulife – For your future” scholarships for poor pupils, “Manulife – My Future” program to provide interest-free loans to university students, Manulife’s Annual Blood Donation drives, homes to poor but deserving families, Terry Fox Foundation, Hanoi Run for Children, the Vietnam Association for Promoting and Supporting Educational Development, Operation Smile, Health Check and Care programs, Saigon Children’s Charity, National Library for the Blind, Let’s Help Children Go To School program…
As one of the top players in the market, Manulife Vietnam offers a wide range of innovative and reliable life insurance products which are supported by the most effective and value-added services in the market today:
“Manulife – My Family”: Manulife Vietnam’s best-selling product that offers valuable financial protection against the 31 most common critical illnesses up to the age of 85 as well as a hospitalization cash subsidy up to the age of 75.
“Manulife – My Dream” and “Manulife – My Love”: Manulife Vietnam’s new universal life products that offer a “single premium or 6-years premium period against 20-year comprehensive financial protection”.
“Manulife – My Talent”: Manulife Vietnam’s outstanding educational insurance product that offers children aged 0-12 a savings fund for their university education and a valuable medical fund to cover unforeseen hospitalization expenses against illnesses or surgery.
“Manulife – My companion”: Manulife Vietnam’s micro-insurance program in collaboration with Vietnam Women’s Union that provides financial protection to poor women and their families in rural areas of Vietnam, supporting the Government to universalize insurance knowledge, contribute to the social welfare, decrease poverty and enhance saving habit to the Vietnamese.comments powered by Disqus