AIA announces 2019 investment summit

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The Australian Investors Association (AIA) will hold its 2019 Annual Investment Summit on Friday 15th March at the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour Sydney. AIA President Graeme Bottrill believes that the Summit would be a useful event for self-directed investors to attend. “People managing their investments and retirement needs have a lot to worry about […]

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AIA Australia welcomes David Beckham at the AIA Vitality Summit Global and local health experts attending summit in November

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AIA Australia is delighted to announce that David Beckham, OBE will visit Sydney in November of this year in his role as AIA’s Global Ambassador. The former England football captain was appointed to the role in 2017 to support AIA in its goal of helping people live healthier, longer, better lives. “I’m really looking forward […]

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AIA Australia deepens links between health, life and wellbeing

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Insurer AIA Australia continues to innovate in order to protect and improve the health of Australians by linking life and health insurance with AIA Vitality, a program which incentivises people to make healthier choices. Through the health insurance brand myOwn, AIA has initiated various innovations in the health space over the past 12 months. Launched […]

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AIA completes acquisition of Sovereign Assurance Company Limited (“Sovereign”)

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AIA Group Limited (“AIA” or the “Group”) is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary AIA International Limited has successfully completed its acquisition of Sovereign. As previously disclosed on 21 September 2017, AIA has also entered into a 20-year strategic distribution agreement with ASB Bank, the second largest retail bank in New Zealand[1]. AIA Group Regional […]

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New research highlights the serious unintended consequences of proposed reforms for young and active members

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AIA Australia has released new research to highlight the limited financial gains young Australians would receive under the Federal government’s ‘Protecting your Super Package’, which would also leave more than 1.4 million young people under 25 without much needed financial protections. The research commissioned by AIA and completed by Rice Warner has shown that an […]

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Success of AIA Australia’s Claims on Wheels initiative prompts national roll-out

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AIA Australia’s industry-first initiative, Claims on Wheels, is exceeding expectations for service and customer experience, prompting the insurer to take the innovative program nationally in the coming months. Claims on Wheels is a free service where an AIA Australia consultant makes home visits to people facing significant health issues to personally assist with the claims […]

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AIA Australia calls for health reforms to improve mental health outcomes

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AIA Australia and New Zealand chief executive Damien Mu yesterday committed the leading life insurer to supporting a sweeping overhaul of Federal legislation to allow life insurers to fund early intervention and treatment for mental health conditions. Speaking at the Inspiring Leaders’ Summit in Sydney today,  Mu said: “The current legislative barriers that restrict life insurers from funding medical treatments for mental health condition represent a breakdown of Australia’s […]

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Many Australians deem their house more important than their health

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Many Australians place greater emphasis on home insurance than health or life insurance, according to a comprehensive report on the insurance market by life insurer AIA Australia. This insight comes from AIA Australia’s latest tracking study (conducted by the independent research firm Nature, in December 2017) of a representative sample of 1,000 Australians aged over 18. […]

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AIA Australia launches Australia’s Healthiest Workplace 2018

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AIA Australia has announced the launch of the Australia’s Healthiest Workplace Survey 2018 by AIA Vitality. It is the first science-based workplace survey in Australia that examines employee lifestyle, clinical indicators, stress and mental health, to understand the associated impact on wellbeing and productivity at an individual and company level. Damien Mu, CEO of AIA […]

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AIA Australia sponsors Pain Revolution to help fight chronic pain

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AIA Australia yesterday announced its partnership with Pain Revolution, a community based educational program aiming to help people who suffer from chronic – or persistent – pain. The initiative is driven by Professor Lorimer Moseley, a pain scientist at the University of South Australia with over 25 years’ experience treating persistent pain. Each year five […]

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