This insurance plan is underwritten by AIA Singapore Private Limited (Reg. No. 201106386R) (“AIA”). All insurance applications are subject to AIA’s underwriting and acceptance.
This is not a contract of insurance. The precise terms and conditions of this plan, including exclusions whereby the benefits under your policy may not be paid out, are specified in the policy contracts. You are advised to read the policy contract.
AIA Pro Achiever is a regular premium Investment-linked Plan (ILP) offered by AIA, which invests in ILP sub-fund(s). Investments in this plan are subject to investment risks including the possible loss of the principal amount invested. The performance of the ILP sub-fund(s) is not guaranteed and the value of the units in the ILP sub-fund(s) and the income accruing to the units, if any, may fall or rise. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of the future performance of the ILP sub-fund(s).
You should seek advice from a qualified adviser and read the product summary and product highlights sheet(s) before deciding whether the product is suitable for you. A product summary and product highlights sheet(s) relating to the ILP sub-fund(s) are available and may be obtained from your AIA Financial Services Consultant or Insurance Representative. A potential investor should read the product summary and product highlights sheet(s) before deciding whether to subscribe for units in the ILP sub-fund(s). Any access to confidential and proprietary information via Pro Portfolio, that may be developed by Mercer, is intended for your exclusive reference, for general information purposes only. This information is not, nor intended to be, investment advice and shall not be relied on as such. Mercer via Pro Portfolio does not give any representations or warranties as to the accuracy of any information provided to you and does not accept any responsibility or liability for any loss or damage which you may suffer arising out of or in connection with your purchase. Where appropriate, you are encouraged to seek independent legal, tax and other professional advice.
Buying a life insurance policy can be a long-term commitment. An early termination of the policy usually involves high costs and the surrender value payable may be less than the total premiums paid. You should consider carefully before terminating the policy or switching to a new one as there may be disadvantages in doing so. The new policy may cost more or have fewer benefits at the same cost.
The information is correct as at 21 September 2017.