Chubb Life Hong Kong wins Whole Life Product Category at the Benchmark Wealth Management Awards 2021

Media OutReach – 1 March 2022 – Chubb Life Hong Kong has won the “Outstanding Achiever” award in the category “Whole Life Product” at the Benchmark Wealth Management Awards 2021. They’re the sole winner in the category this year.

Chubb Life Hong Kong received the award presented by Ms Elsa Pau, Group CEO of WealthAsia Media (center)

Chubb Life Hong Kong received the award presented by Ms Elsa Pau, Group CEO of WealthAsia Media (center)

The winning product,
Chubb MyLegacy Insurance Plan (Chubb MyLegacy), is a savings insurance plan that provides long-term financial growth combined with flexibility in choosing how to design the plan, to help people at different stages of life with wealth accumulation and legacy planning. With this plan, Chubb Life introduced a first-in-market1 feature that allows the policyholder to convert their Partial Surrender Value to another insured person in a Split Policy and they can do this for a unlimited number of times. This is in addition to the unlimited flexibility to change the insured person in the plan and assign a new insured person to help with legacy planning if the insured person passes away.

“Our jurors found Chubb Life’s Whole Life product attractive, especially with a breakeven period of eight years2. Chubb also has a good governance structure in place, which is critical in providing long-term products”, says organizer, Elsa Pau, Group CEO of WealthAsia Media.

Kean Hah, Chief Financial Officer of Chubb Life Hong Kong says, “We are extremely proud to be the winner of this award. This is a great testament to our commitment to meet our customers’ evolving needs to build wealth and make legacy planning with solutions that offer great flexibility and value in the long-term. We would like to thank all our customers for placing their trust in Chubb Life and our agents, partners and brokers who made this award happen.”

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Based on available market information as of 31 December 2020.

The number of years to reach breakeven point is for reference only and it is subject to the amount of premium, premium payment mode, as well as the actual amounts of non-guaranteed benefits which are determined by us from time to time.

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