InLife Insurance Commission’s courtesy call. (Contributed Photo)
Commissioner Regalado also expressed his wish to make insurance more inclusive for the benefit of more Filipinos.
These were among the key items discussed during the InLife delegation’s courtesy call to the commissioner. Executive Chairperson Nina D. Aguas (2nd from left) led the InLife delegation which included (from left) Trustee Luis Y. Benitez, Trustee and Insular Health Care President and CEO Maria Noemi G. Azura, and Corporate Secretary and Chief Legal and Governance Officer Atty. Renato S. De Jesus.
During the meeting, they also talked about InLife and Insular Health Care’s special projects and agreed to collaborate for gender and development through the InLife Sheroes Advocacy and Movement. InLife Sheroes, through its program for women empowerment, will conduct financial literacy seminars and health and wellness education for the Insurance Commission’s employees. (PR)
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