Insurer celebrates launch by donating solar lamp posts to light up the community
Digital insurer FWD Cambodia today announced the launch of FWD Moments Cambodia to provide customers with fresh digital experiences. The mobile app, available on both Google Play Store and App Store, allows customers to manage their insurance policies digitally, bringing to life the company’s vision of changing the way people feel about insurance.
To celebrate the launch of the app, FWD Cambodia has also launched a social campaign "One Policy, One Solar” to support local communities by providing solar lamp posts to areas in need through the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF). CCF is an NGO started in 2004 to help support most-at-risk students, their families and wider community members. For every new purchase of a life insurance plan, FWD Cambodia will donate a solar lamp post with a donor recognition sign displaying the customer’s name. The campaign will run until the end of this year.
With the FWD Moments app, users can now keep track of their policy information and conveniently contact FWD agents anywhere, anytime. Being paperless, it also contributes to a better environment for future generations.
Rotha Chan, CEO of FWD Cambodia, said, "FWD Moments is a natural offering for our brand as a digital insurer, and we’re excited to introduce a simpler, faster and smoother insurance experience to our customers. At the same time, I’m also proud that through the solar lamp donation campaign we’re able to make a positive and lasting impact to support those in need in our community while changing the way people feel about insurance."
FWD Group is a pan-Asian life insurance business with approximately 10 million customers across 10 markets, including some of the fastest growing insurance markets in the world. Established in 2013, FWD is focused on making the insurance journey simpler, faster and smoother, with innovative propositions and easy-to-understand products, supported by digital technology. Through this customer-led approach, FWD is committed to changing the way people feel about insurance.