The Ultimate Singapore Insurance Directory
Singapore is a top financial center in Asia as well as the world. With plenty of insurance to choose from, we do our best to document them all in this directory.
ACE Insurance Singapore
ACE Insurance Singapore operates as a part of the ACE Group, one of the world’s largest multi-line property and casualty insurers, represented in 53 countries.
AIA was established in Shanghai, China in 1919 with the Singapore branch of the company being established in 1931.
AIG Singapore (AIG Asia Pacific Insurance Pte) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AIG – a world leading insurance services provider serving more than 70 million clients around the world.
Allianz Singapore branch (Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Property) operates in the country since 1981, serving the fast-growing Asian markets and delivering world-class insurance solutions, technical expertise and product innovation to local and Asian customers.
Aviva has its headquarters in London, UK and boasts around 33 million customers worldwide. Employing around 29,500 workers globally, Aviva was established in 2000.
AXA Insurance Singapore is a leading general insurance services provider in the country, offering solutions that are best suited to customers personal and business needs.
China Taiping Insurance Singapore
China Taiping Insurance Singapore (CTPIS) operates as a part of China Taiping Insurance Group, one of the major insurers in Asia Pacific.
Coface Singapore is a branch of Coface Group (Compagnie FranÃ§aise d’Assurance pour le Commerce ExtÃ©rieur), world leader incredit insurance with 4,440 employees, represented in 66 countries.
DirectAsia.com is Singapore’s leading online insurance company, that offers customers a variety insurance plans for Car, Motorcycle, Travel, Term Life, Home, and Personal Accident.
ECICS Limited (a subsidiary of publicly-listed IFS Capital Limited) is a provider of a broad range of credit insurance, and bonds and guarantees programmes in Singapore.
EQ Insurance is a Singapore-based multinational insurance firm with profitable portfolio of non-life insurance business.
Great Eastern Life
Great Eastern Life is based in Singapore and Malaysia and is Asia’s oldest insurance company having been established in 1908.
HSBC Insurance Singapore
HSBC Insurance Singapore (a subsidiary of HSBC bank) is one of the leading companies, providing traditional life insurance and investment-linked plans for individuals and their families in the country.
Liberty Insurance Singapore is part of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Group with their headquarters based in Boston, USA.
Manulife has its headquarters in Toronto, Canada and employs around 34,000 people worldwide. Serving around 20 million customers globally, Manulife was first established in 1887.
MSIG Insurance Singapore
MSIG Insurance Singapore is one of the leading general insurance companies in the country with over 100 years of experience.
Prudential is an insurer that is based in the UK with its headquarters in London. Serving around 24 million customers, it was established in 1848 and offers a wide range of products and services.
Sompo Insurance is part of Sompo Holdings, a Japanese insurance company, and was established in 1989 in Singapore, since which time it has been supplying high quality insurance cover to the nation.
Tokio Marine Insurance
With its headquarters in Japan, Tokio Marine Insurance was established in 1879 and currently employs around 36,000 people in 38 countries around the world.
United Overseas Insurance
UOI (or United Overseas Insurance) was established in 1971 and is one of Singapore’s leading insurance companies, with a satellite office in Myanmar.
Zurich Insurance is based in Switzerland and employs just over 53,000 people worldwide. Offering insurance products and services for both commercial businesses and private individuals, Zurich offers a broad spectrum of products to meet all eventualities.
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