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AIA Philippines launches comprehensive plan to protect Filipinos at any life stage

MANILA, Philippines — Through the various stages of anyone’s life, people will find their needs and priorities evolving. Young professionals will begin building a foundation of protection for themselves. Newly minted heads of households will look for solutions to safeguard their families' well-being while the seasoned ones will begin to shift their focus towards creating legacy that they can leave behind for their children.

As priorities change over time, they’ll also need a form of protection that can shield them against uncertainty that may come at whatever stage of life they may be.

To address this need, AIA Philippines launched AIA Max Protect—a new product that provides maximum protection with comprehensive benefits so Filipinos can worry less about life’s uncertainties by giving 200% life coverage and 200% maturity benefit.

Additional optional benefits such as enhanced accident protection, disabilities, critical illnesses, hospitalization or wealth transfer can be added to the basic plan, depending on the need, for more peace of mind.

Three recommended AIA Max Protect packages are available for customers to choose from, depending on their needs.

Younger individuals who are looking to live their life to the fullest without worries have the option to add benefits that protect them against total and permanent disability and personal accident, which means they can receive the full payout in case of they are disabled permanently or if they are injured in a personal accident.

The enhanced waiver of premium, on the other hand, means they no longer need to pay the future premiums on the basic policy in case of death or total and permanent disability.

Young parents who are concerned about their finances, on the other hand, would want to take extra precautions and safeguard it against unexpected health concerns and medical expenses. With the COVID scare still fresh in our memory, coverage from critical illnesses and receiving additional cash in case of medical and hospitalization expenses are benefits that will be very helpful for those who can’t afford to take on additional financial burden.

And, finally, for the established Gen Xers and Boomers who are already