Fubon Life is a shining example of the value added to society, and the economy, by the insurance industry.
I have long been an advocate of raising the profile of the insurance industry so that it is no longer seen in the negative light of the past. In the UK, the market seems reasonably content to maintain a role on the sidelines, responding to complaints but never highlighting the good it is doing. More needs to be written of the excellent charitable work conducted by (Re)Insurers and Brokers, not just in industry press, but more broadly in the public domain.
(Re)Insurance is a great sector, populated with talented, thoughtful and intelligent people with a passion for what they do. Attracting talent simply shouldn't be as challenging as it often proves to be.
Without enterprises such as Fubon Life, the insurance sector would not have made the progress it so clearly has done over the past few years. The company has demonstrated its innovative streak in the fields of human resource development, service optimisation and charitable contribution in 2015. In addition to cultivating young talent and strengthening local services, the company has also enhanced service efficiency and diversified the distribution channel by engaging with cloud services. As a benchmark enterprise, it joined forces with the Fubon Charity Foundation in conducting charity campaigns and supporting the underprivileged members of society. It also diligently fulfils its corporate social responsibility initiatives and aims to become a first class life insurance brand in Asia.