NTUC Income

The Singapore-based member of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF), NTUC Income (Income), has partnered with Philips to pilot the insurance industry’s first tele-health programme, called ‘Orange Care’. The plan’s purpose is to support the recovery and overall health improvement of IncomeShield policyholders who have recently been hospitalised due to a heart...

ICMIF member NTUC Income has surpassed its insurance competitors to rank as the most reputable company among life and general insurers in Singapore, according to a biennial poll of the public's perception of the factors that shape the corporate reputation of firms in Singapore.

The 2015 Corporate Reputation Survey, the 7th in the series, commissioned by communications consultancy...

A Philippine-based member of the International Cooperative Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF) CLIMBS Life & General Insurance Cooperative recently sent members of its top management team and sales and marketing personnel to visit another ICMIF member organization NTUC Income in Singapore (23-26 May). The aim was to benchmark CLIMBS against NTUC Income and to exchange best practices and...

ICMIF today unveiled exciting details about its forthcoming Communications Leaders Forum (CLF) meeting which will take place in Singapore on 24-25 November this year.

NTUC Income will host the two day event at the stunning Raffles Convention Centre, where delegates will be treated to CEO panels including Tan Suee Chieh, ICMIF Board Member and CEO of NTUC Enterprise, innovative member...

Orange Eye, a first of its kind mobile application, aims to encourage drivers to submit video footage in the event of an accident

NTUC Income, ICMIF member and Singapore’s largest motor insurer, has launched a new and innovative mobile application to encourage the use of in-car cameras. Orange Eye is the latest initiative by the insurer to combat motor insurance fraud.

The app,...

On 19 March 2014, Singapore ICMIF member NTUC Incomeannounced that it is collaborating with the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Singapore to extend its Income Family Micro-Insurance Scheme(IFMIS) to benefit more low-income families with young children in government or government-aided primary schools.

Under the new arrangement, all children in primary schools who are recipients of the...

ICMIF member, NTUC Income, Singapore, has expanded coverage of its early critical illness plan, VivoCare 100, to cover more than 100 medical conditions, which makes the plan the most comprehensive of its kind in Singapore.

VivoCare 100 builds on an earlier product, VivoCare, which was launched in 2010 to take care of early and intermediate stages of critical illnesses. The objective was...

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ICMIF member NTUC Income, Singapore, is making a foray into the area of special needs by launching an insurance plan specially designed for children and young people with autism. Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that occurs early in child development. In so doing, NTUC Income becomes the first insurer in Singapore to voluntarily offer insurance coverage for this segment of the...

NTUC Enterprise and NTUC Income have jointly announced that Mr Tan Suee Chieh is to be appointed as the new Group Chief Executive Officer of NTUC Enterprise and will therefore relinquish his CEO position in NTUC Income with effect from 1 October 2013.

NTUC Enterprise was set up in July 2012 and is the holding cooperative of the existing group of twelve NTUC co‐operatives including ICMIF...

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