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Medical insurance for LTSVP holder

Post by streetvendor38 » Tue, 02 Aug 2011 4:29 pm


As above, is NTUC Income good enough for hospitalization coverage in SG?

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Post by Mad Scientist » Wed, 03 Aug 2011 10:33 am ... -Singapore ... /index.asp ... income.htm

Established in 1970, NTUC Income is Singapore’s only mutual insurance company.
Total premium income in 2009 increased by 14.2% to SGD 3.1 billion.
Total assets in 2009 amounted to SGD 23.1 billion.
No. 1 insurer in life insurance business in 2009, with a market share of 19.3% for new life insurance business in weighted premium.
No. 2 insurer in general insurance business in 2009, with a market share of 10.8%. The general insurance business amounted to SGD 330.2 million.
Clients include multinational and local companies from all sectors of the economy.
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