Hollard Life Assurance has introduced its three new products dubbed the “Adepa Three”, offering Ghanaians unique ways to secure better futures.
At the launch of the three new life insurance products, the Managing Director, Hollard Life Assurance, Nashiru Iddrisu said, “as part of our strategy to provide value-added products, and a first in our market, last year, we launched the Adepa Family Plan. This is a product that truly covers every member of the nuclear and extended family and up to 24 others.”
The Adepa Family plan also gives free cover to five of the policyholder’s children with a guaranteed 20 percent of premium as money back after every five years, whether a claim was made or not.
Mr. Iddrisu noted that a total of GHc33.7 million worth of cover has been insured by Hollard for individuals and their dependents or families since the introduction of our Adepa Family Plan in September last year.
In view of the success of the Adepa Family Plan, Mr. Iddrisu said, “we’re excited to introduce the Adepa Three, namely, Adepa Wo Fie, Adepa Goal Save and Adepa Saving Plan.”
‘’Adepa Wo Fie’’ is a simple family-oriented plan with a single premium where your spouse and five of your children are covered for free. With as low as GHc27.00 a month, you can cover 7 members of your family.
‘’Adepa Goal Save’’ this is designed for everyone with a specific target goal within a medium to long term. Set your goal and your timeline and we will quote the fixed monthly contributions needed to achieve the goal set. Your goal amount is assured even in the event of death.
‘’Adepa Savings Plan” Designed for everyone who has a need for savings and a very secured future especially those who earn regular incomes. The plan permits partial withdrawals and gives very flexible access to policy benefits after 5 years.
Iddrisu said, “our triple-win business strategy means we look out for all stakeholders. A win for our customers and partners is a win for us! We take pride in being a great partner and remain committed to this purpose.”
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