Accompanying parents on the journey to protect their children, on April 26, representatives of Shinhan Life Vietnam visited pediatric oncology patients in the Clinical Hematology Department of the Children's Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City and presented around 100 million VND (4,350 USD) to support children in difficult circumstances.
The move shows Shinhan Life's continued efforts to share its values with the community and marks the company's launch in the Vietnamese market.
|Shinhan Life presented around $4,350 to support children with blood cancer |
With the slogan Bring Wonders to Life, Shinhan Life focuses on community activities to share the burden with local families and spread happiness every day. Since its launch on January 25, the company has been implementing a programme to give away more than 50,000 blood cancer insurance policies – Shinhan - An Binh – for free to customers nationwide.
With a simple and completely free online application method, the Shinhan - An Binh child blood cancer insurance product is a financial backup plan for parents to help them provide for their children.
|Lee Euichul, general director of Shinhan Life Vietnam presented gifts to support children in difficult circumstances |
Lee Euichul, general director of Shinhan Life Vietnam shared, “We always strive for the health and happiness of Vietnamese families. With the mission Compassionate Finance – and A Better World Through Finance from the parent group Shinhan Financial Group – Shinhan Life Vietnam hopes that these small gestures are timely support, helping the children to quickly overcome their difficult period and defeat the blood cancer."
|With a simple and completely free online application method, the Shinhan - An Binh child blood cancer insurance product is a financial backup plan for parents to help them provide for their children. |
With initial charter capital of $100 million, Shinhan Life Insurance Vietnam Co., Ltd. is a life insurance company totally owned by Shinhan Life Insurance Corporation from South Korea.
Having opened its insurance business in the Vietnamese market in January, the company provides life insurance, health insurance, and financial investment services.
Leukemia is the most common childhood cancer, accounting for one-third of total pediatric cancer cases annually.