Changing career might seem daunting, but it can also be one of the most rewarding experiences. Here's the story of Yeoh Cheng Huann, who made the shift from a former naval officer to now a Great Eastern Agent of Life.
Prudential Singapore is stepping up its recruitment of mid-career individuals and fresh graduates amid the economic slowdown triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 has changed our way of life. For many, it has resulted in a reassessment of life's priorities and career aspirations. As a follow up to the vox pop, where we hit the streets to get the views of members of the public, we put together a panel to discuss the sentiments that emerged.
Foreign visitors will now be able to buy inbound travel insurance coverage for COVID-19-related costs incurred in Singapore, Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), on behalf of the Emerging Stronger Taskforce Alliance for Action (EST-AfA) on enabling safe and innovative visitor experiences, announced yesterday.
Singapore-Hong Kong air travel bubble will start on Nov 22. Under the bilateral travel arrangement, residents in Singapore and Hong Kong will be able to visit either city without quarantine or stay-home notice. Air travel bubble travellers may want to consider one non-price distinction between the two: Covid-covered add-on travel insurance, according to a report from The Business Times.
"Digital is an opportunity for us to change the game, and how we can deliver better advice and service to our customers," said Ryan Cheong, Managing Director, Digital for Business, Great Eastern Life Assurance.
Fitch Ratings says that it expects Aviva Singlife to maintain a strong capital buffer as a cushion against any unexpected shocks and claims arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
Razer Fintech is deepening collaboration with FWD, the digital insurance provider in the region, by providing insurance coverage to its users in Singapore as part of the recently launched Razer Card - a Visa prepaid card solution, unveiled recently by Razer Fintech and Visa.
Phishing attacks against small and medium sized businesses in Singapore have increased by more than 60% in the first 10 months of this year - a worrying sign at a time when SMEs are accelerating digitalisation efforts in the wake of COVID-19.