Hanwha Life Vietnam listed in Top 10 Sustainable Business ranking in 2017Friday, December 29,2017
AsemconnectVietnam - Hanwha Life Vietnam was proud to be honored as a Top 10 Sustainable Business in Vietnam for 2017 – CSI 2017, approved and awarded by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
This achievement is a convincing proof for the firm’s efforts for sustainable development in the Vietnam market, not just in terms of business performance, but also the many expedient contributions it has been making for the community.
Hanwha Life Vietnam has been investing intensively in systems, technology and applications to upgrade service quality, putting in operation a Call center in a bid to become the life insurance firm offering the best customer care. The company has also diversified its product lines by unveiling the new “Hanwha Life – Health is Gold” – an all-encompassing health insurance and user fee support product with coverage spanning all of Vietnam, Asia and the world.
Also in 2017, in cooperation with HCMC Association for Protection of Poor Patients, Hanwha Life Vietnam handed out more than 9,500 health insurance cards, worth nearly 2 billion dong in total. Before that, in just three years between 2014 and 2016, poor people from 14 provinces and cities all over the country received more than 27,260 health insurance cards, worth an estimated VND6.3 billion from the firm. Added to that, Hanwha Life is also involved in various projects building “homes of love”, schools and health centers, providing nearly VND22 billion in sponsorship fund.
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