AIA Vietnam officially started operations in Vietnam in February 2000. Over the last 20 years, AIA Vietnam has been focusing on laying a strong foundation for its sustainable growth through the training and development of its human resources.
AIA Vietnam is one of 5 top life insurance companies, top “100 best places to work in Vietnam” from 2013 to 2018, – the survey conducted by Anphabe – the pioneer in employer brand services and the reputable market research firm Nielsen. AIA Vietnam was the first company and the only life insurer in Vietnam, which was recognized as “Great Place to Work ®” by the Great Place to Work® Institute in 2 consecutive years 2018 and 2019.
AIA Vietnam has established a network of more than 170 offices at 53 provinces and cities nationwide and serves the holders of over 1,2 million policies. Until the end of Dec 2019, AIA Vietnam has paid out a total of more than VND 5,400 billion for insurance benefits with more 600,000 cases.
In addition to our business, the mission of AIA Vietnam is to help the Vietnamese people to live “longer, healthier and happier”.
With the philosophy “What is good for Vietnam is good for AIA Vietnam”, AIA Vietnam has been a partner with the National Fund for Vietnamese Children (“NFVC”) and local departments for consecutive years. Annually, AIA Vietnam well cooperates with NFVC and relevant agencies to conduct around 100 of serial meaningful CSR activities countrywide and had donated more than VND 40 billion to help thousands of beneficiary children and their families over the last 6 years.
On 7th, December 2018, AIA Vietnam was honorably received Labour Merit-3rd Class from the Vice State President for excellent performance results in charity activities and making contributions to the country development during the period from 2013 to 2018.
Vo Quyet Thang, Chief Agency Officer
Le Huong Ly, Chief External Relations & Corporate Services Officer
Nguyen Ngoc Diep, Regulatory Compliance Manager
Nguyen Viet Hai, Deputy Director, Government Relations, External Relations
Le Thi Hong Ha, Deputy Director, Government Relations, External Relations