Customers to have easier access to insurance plans after Singlife-Aviva merger: Singlife CEO

Singlife announced on Sept 11, 2020, that it plans to merge with Aviva Singapore in a deal valued at $3.2 billion.
Singlife announced on Sept 11, 2020, that it plans to merge with Aviva Singapore in a deal valued at $3.2 billion.PHOTOS: JOYCE FANG, THE BUSINESS TIMES
Singlife group CEO Walter de Oude said that existing policyholder terms and conditions will not be affected by the merger.
Singlife group CEO Walter de Oude said that existing policyholder terms and conditions will not be affected by the merger.PHOTO: SINGLIFE

SINGAPORE - Customers will have easier access to products such as health insurance and long-term investment and savings plans once Aviva and Singapore Life complete the $3.2 billion merger announced late last week.

The pledge came from Singlife group chief executive Walter de Oude, who also told the The Straits Times on Tuesday (Sept 15) that existing policyholder terms and conditions will not be affected.

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