FWD Life Insurance (“FWD”) launched FWD The One, a customizable coverage plan to meet the lifestyle and financial needs of multiple generations of Filipinos, from Gen Z to 70 years old.
While Filipinos have long pursued financial independence, the uncertainties of the pandemic highlighted the importance of financial wellness through insurance and investments. This drove a spike in demand for life and financial protection. FWD Manifest, an investment-linked insurance plan, was launched during this time when Filipinos needed new solutions to achieve their life goals.
FWD Life Insurance announces the official opening of its 18th and latest hub in Leyte’s capital city of Tacloban. The FWD Tacloban Hub simultaneously serves the Eastern Visayas region to expand the coverage in the country.
The future still holds so much potential despite the pandemic, especially when you know how to manifest your dreams in life and follow through with long-term investments. All you need is the guidance of experts to show you how you can make this work so you can turn your manifestations into reality.
History has a lot of stories to tell when it comes to life-defining decisions which ultimately changed the world. You can read some examples in textbooks or the internet. But, have you ever wondered how that particular history was made, the factors involved? With some, it’s because of a conflict of interest, disagreements, consequences of hasty decisions, a strategy, due to beliefs and so on. The thing is, someone, took the courage to make the first step simply because he/she wanted a better world.
FWD Life Philippines, one of the country’s fastest-growing insurers, today launched its “Blaze a Trail in the Arctic” campaign in conjunction with the FWD North Pole Marathon 2018, the world’s coolest marathon which will be held on April 9 this year. FWD is the marathon’s title sponsor.
FWD will sponsor ten (10) runners from six (6) countries across Asia who will showcase their passion and determination to take on extreme challenges and embrace this experience of a lifetime, traversing the 42-kilometer path with an average temperature of -30 degrees centigrade. The North Pole Marathon is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the “Northernmost Marathon on Earth”.