AIA Australia commits ongoing funding to mental health initiative SuperFriend

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Leading life insurer AIA Australia yesterday announced a renewed partnership with Mental Health Foundation SuperFriend, committing five more years of funding to educate individuals, employers and workplaces about improving and maintaining their mental health. SuperFriend is a national initiative aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of “all profit to member” superannuation fund members, employers

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AIA to support Tottenham Hotspur’s tour to Sydney

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Following a successful launch of the AIA Vitality MiniRoos program and record football participation levels, life insurer AIA is joining forces with ANZ Stadium and Destination NSW to support Tottenham Hotspur’s visit to Sydney to play an exhibition match against A-League side Sydney FC. Taking place at ANZ Stadium on 30 May, the match will

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AIA delivers record results

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The highlights of AIA’s performance in 2014 include: Record value of new business (VONB) 24 per cent growth in VONB to US$1,845 million Annualised new premium (ANP) of US$3,700 million, up 11 per cent 5.0 pps increase in VONB margin to 49.1 per cent Strong IFRS operating profit growth 16 per cent growth in IFRS

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AIA Vitality joins Australia’s Football Revolution

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Life insurer AIA Australia’s health and wellness program, AIA Vitality, to sponsor Football Federation Australia’s (FFA’s) introductory football program for boys and girls (aged 4 – 11) across Australia Football Federation Australia (FFA) today announced AIA Vitality as the inaugural naming rights partner of MiniRoos, the football introductory program for boys and girls in Australia.

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AIA Australia signs life insurance deal with RAC

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4 year agreement to offer life insurance cover to more than 800,000 RAC members in Western Australia Life insurer AIA Australia has announced a 4-year deal with RAC to offer life insurance cover to its 800,000 members. As a part of the agreement, two new life insurance products – RAC Life Protect and RAC Accident

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Damien Mu elected to FSC board

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Damien Mu, CEO of AIA Australia has been elected to the board of the Financial Services Council. “With more than 17 years’ experience in the Australian financial services industry, spanning operations, claims and underwriting, superannuation, investments, distribution, product, pricing and marketing, Damien brings a wealth of experience to the FSC Board,” FSC chairman, Greg Cooper said.

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 Life insurers must educate and engage to manage claims

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Survey of insurance and superannuation professionals at AIA Australia Group Insurance Summit reveals changing priorities of industry The life insurance industry must educate and engage with fund members and employers to ensure successful outcomes for IP and TPD claimants, according to a new survey from AIA Australia. Superannuation and insurance professionals at the recent AIA

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 ‘Bike and blend’: Advisers take AIA Vitality to the people 

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Interactive kiosks set up in Melbourne and Sydney Connecting bicycles and smoothies with life insurance might seem like a difficult task, but that’s exactly the challenge AIA Australia is giving financial advisers as they take AIA Vitality on a pilot roadshow around Australian shopping centres. In the last few months, the life insurer has partnered

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AIA Vitality debuts on adviser platforms

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AIA Vitality now available with Priority Protection for Platform Investors (PPPI) policies AIA Australia’s expansion of its Priority Protection insurance range on investment platforms continues, with AIA Vitality available for purchase on PPPI policies from yesterday. Investors looking to secure life insurance cover will now be able to purchase AIA Vitality on platforms that include

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Innovation critical for sustainability of group insurance

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Group insurers working with their superannuation fund partners must continue to seek innovation in key areas such as benefit design, claims management, technological support and client engagement in order to tackle the unique challenges facing the sector, according to AIA Australia. These themes form the basis of a range of discussions at yesterday’s AIA Australia/Conexus Group

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