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Where is AIA based?

Where is AIA based?

Hong Kong
AIA is based in Hong Kong, and currently has a presence across 18 markets in the Asia-Pacific region. It was founded in Shanghai as American Asiatic Underwriters before relocating its business to New York City in 1939, where it became a subsidiary of American International Group (AIG).

How do I contact AIA?


Who is the CEO of AIA?

Lee Yuan Siong (Jun 1, 2020–)AIA Group / CEO

How do I contact AIA Singapore?

Alternatively, please call our AIA Customer Care hotline at 1800 248 8000 or 65 6248 8000 (overseas), Monday to Friday between 8.45am and 5.30pm or send us an email at: [email protected].

Who is AIA insurance owned by?

the AIA Group
AIA Australia is part of the AIA Group, the largest independent publicly listed pan-Asian life insurance group – with a presence in 18 markets across the Asia-Pacific region.

Who owns AIA now?

Prudential PLC
AIA had planned to be listed company in Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Securities and Futures Commission on 3 April 2010. However, on 2 March 2010, Prudential PLC, a UK-based financial services and securities company, announced that it would buy AIA for US$35.5 billion.

How do I send an email to AIA?

customers) or email to [email protected] Other HR related matters: Your account manager, broker or agent.

What does AIA stand for?


What is AIA entity?

AIA Group Limited, known as AIA (友邦保險), is an American-founded Hong Kong multinational insurance and finance corporation. It is the largest public listed life insurance and securities group in Asia-Pacific.

How do I cancel my AIA insurance in Singapore?

Call our Care Line to inform us of your decision or email [email protected] and your cancellation request will be attended to. Life insurance plans can be cancelled within 15 days after you receive the contract with full refund of the premium charged.

What is AIA stand for?

American Insurance Association (AIA) Definition.

What is full name AIA?

On 4 December 2009, AIG sold preferred equity interests in two newly formed international life insurance subsidiaries, American International Assurance Company, Limited (AIA) and American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to reduce its debt by US$25 billion.