In the words of Bruno Pfister, CEO International of the Swiss Life Group: “The Asian market offers great growth potential in this attractive segment. In Singapore, we are ideally positioned to expand into further markets in the region. The new location represents an important addition, enabling us to serve our customers from three competency centres in the future.”
Opening ceremony on 8 April
The official inauguration of the Singapore branch office will take place on 8 April. Business partners and representatives of the Singaporean authorities have been invited to the ceremony. Guests of honour will be Daniel Woker, the Swiss Ambassador, and Ng Nam Sin, Director of the Financial Centre Development & External Relations unit of MAS, Singapore’s financial supervisory authority.
About private placement insurance
At the end of 2007 Swiss Life consolidated its business in structured life and pension products for international high net worth individuals under one leadership. This business was previously conducted separately in Liechtenstein and Luxembourg, and involves assets under management of CHF 9 billion and a staff of 100. In 2007, the premium income amounted to over CHF 3 billion.
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The Swiss Life Group is one of Europe’s leading providers of pension and life insurance products. The Swiss Life Group offers individuals and companies comprehensive advice across a broad range of products via agents, brokers and banks in its domestic market, Switzerland, where it is market leader, and selected European markets. Multinational companies are serviced with tailor-made solutions by a network of partners in over 60 countries and regions.
Swiss Life Holding, registered in Zurich, dates back to the Schweizerische Rentenanstalt founded in 1857. Shares of Swiss Life Holding are listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange (SLHN). The Swiss Life Group employs a staff of around 9000.
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