With both general and life insurance operations, Chubb has been present in Hong Kong for more than 90 years via acquisitions by its predecessor companies.
Its general insurance operation in Hong Kong (Chubb Insurance Hong Kong Limited) is a niche and specialist general insurer. The company’s product offerings include Property, Casualty, Marine, as well as Accident & Health programs for large corporates, midsized commercial and small business customers. Over the years, it has established strong client relationships by offering responsive service, developing innovative products and providing market leadership built on financial strength.
Chubb Life has been in Hong Kong since 1976, and launched its Global Wealth Management business from Hong Kong in 2015. To meet the financial protection and wealth management needs of its broad range of customers, Chubb Life in Hong Kong (Chubb Life Insurance Company Ltd.) offers a range of life protection, savings, accident and health insurance solutions through agents, brokers and banks. The company has been a recipient of various awards for marketing, product innovation and commitment in corporate social responsibility.
Chubb is the world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company. With operations in 54 countries and territories, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. Chubb Life is the international life insurance division of Chubb. Watch the video now to learn more.
Chubb has been present in Macau for more than 20 years. Its operation in Macau (Chubb Seguradora Macau, S.A) is one of the market leaders in the provision of Property & Casualty insurance programmes, particularly for the gaming and entertainment industry which is the core economic pillar of Macau SAR. Chubb in Macau also underwrites Professional Indemnity as well as Accident & Health insurance. Leveraging its financial strength, the company reinsures risks from local insurers through good capacity management.