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Kee Eng Khor (left), CEO of FWD Singapore and Derren Teo (right), Co-founder of Surer.

FWD Singapore and Surer launches maid insurance plan

Customers can pick and choose from a list of 10 product features based on their needs.

FWD Singapore and Singapore insurtech Surer have announced their partnership to launch a maid insurance plan.

Called the FWD Surer Maid Insurance, customers can pick and choose from a list of 10 product features based on their needs. Coverage includes hospitalisation and repatriation costs due to COVID-19. Additionally, the insurance also covers outpatient medical expenses due to illnesses.

Customers can sign up for FWD Surer Maid Insurance via maid agencies and insurance intermediaries, including one of Singapore’s largest maid agencies Nation Human Resources Pte Ltd (Nation). FWD Surer Maid Insurance gives customers an instant quote and provides confirmation directly with FWD. 

“Agencies and intermediaries have often been left out of many digital transformation plans even though they remain crucial in the insurance process journey. This partnership allows all parties to engage via one platform to deliver the end goal of providing the best plan for the customer,” said Derren Teo, co-founder of Surer

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