In Mexico, we offer a flexible life insurance product called Met99 designed to make financial planning more accessible in new markets. Customers can choose the protection they need from more than 20 product features, including a savings component based on their needs and what they can afford in order to receive customized support from local Promotorías.
In Colombia, MetLife, in partnership with local financial institution Serfinaza and specialized agents, provides Life Insurance and Accident & Health Insurance products to customers who would otherwise have no access to insurance products.
In Chile, our pension fund administrator company ProVida provides our pension platform and advice on how to plan a financially healthy retirement to many low- and moderate-income segments of the Chilean population. Additionally, it provides financial inclusion programs especially aimed at women, providing them with tools to contribute to their pensions and grow at work.
In Brazil, through an arrangement with the Itaú Unibanco bank, we offer dental coverage to millions of low- and moderate-income consumers.
In Italy, we sell products with low fees and zero additional cost for those who want to pay for insurance premiums in monthly installments. Our entry fee allows low- and moderate-income consumers to access protection insurance.
In Nepal, we help economically disadvantaged customers who may have limited access to financial products with our Rural Credit Life product, which provides insurance on microloans through microfinance institutions.
In EMEA, many of our products cater to low- and moderate-income families. These products ensure our customers are protected against death, sickness, or disability. For example, Women’s Protect is a product specifically designed for women and covers cancer treatments along with offering discounts on a variety of health and wellness benefits.
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