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Expat Insurance is a leading provider of insurance for expatriates and business in Singapore. We specialise in providing professional insurance advice on a complete portfolio of products including: Employer Benefit Programmes, Business Insurance and Medical Insurance, Home Insurance, Travel Insurance and Motor Insurance.

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Insurance for Expats in Singapore

Expat Insurance is an award winning provider of insurance for expatriates and business in Singapore. The company won Expat Living readers award for “ Best Insurance” and was a Winner in British Chamber of Commerce Business Awards. They specialise in providing professional insurance advice on a complete portfolio of products including: Employer Benefit Programmes, Business Insurance and Medical Insurance, Home Insurance, Travel Insurance and Motor Insurance.

As Singapore’s first client-focused insurance service for expats, our goal is to provide insurance coverage tailored to suit individual and corporate needs. Consistent with our own high standards, our advisors recommend only the most reputable international insurance companies known for superior claims handling, broad coverage and value-for-money products. The insurance companies compensate us directly, so the benefit of coverage reviews and advice we offer you is free.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeMedical Insurance
There are numerous Medical Insurance policies available, but few are suitable for Expats. We provide specialist advice on Medical Insurance for Expats in Singapore. During our consultation process, Expat Insurance will first want to understand your needs and priorities; then advise which Health Insurance plans will provide you and your family with the most comprehensive and affordable Medical Insurance available.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeHome Insurance
We offer a range of Home Insurance for Expats in Singapore. With prices suitable for every budget, we’ll provide value-for-money Home Insurance tailored to cover your belongings. We can combine your jewelry insurance and contents coverage as well as Personal Liability in one policy. Contact us today for Home Insurance.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeEmployee Benefits
With the complexities associated with local and international workforce protection and retention, we offer end-to-end Employee Benefits solutions for your business. We ensure insurance requirements are aligned with your HR objectives and provide advice on insurance matters at a strategic and operational level, structure, negotiate, place and manage appropriate insurance policies. We appoint a service team with proven experience and abilities to provide professional, proactive and innovative services and support, and offer claims escalation support to enhance claims arrangements for your employees.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeTravel Insurance
Expat Insurance offers value-for-money Single Trip Travel Insurance starting from $26. If you’re planning more than three trips a year, Annual Travel Insurance policies offer cost savings covering unlimited trips abroad, leaving you with one less thing to worry about when booking your holidays. Buy your Travel Insurance online now.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeMotor Insurance
Expat Insurance has partnered with the largest International Motor Insurance Companies in Singapore to bring you the most comprehensive, competitive Motor Insurance products. This often means we are able to save our customers hundreds of dollars compared with their old insurer. Contact us for Motor Insurance today.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeBusiness Insurance
Running a successful business requires careful planning of your sales and finances. No matter how prepared you may be, the unthinkable may happen: a fire, burglary, outbreak of disease or a customer’s slip and fall.  Without adequate protection, the effect on your business could be crippling. We provide a comprehensive range of Business Insurance to protect your business including: Liability, Fire, Cargo, Travel and Employer Benefits Programmes.

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Re: Difficulties in employing some nationalities

tanvic:
It means both Swedish by nationality and the ability to teach Swedish....

Re: Odds for PR

PNGMK:
Personally if I were in ICA looking at this application I would be wondering why the role didn't have a local yokel in it...

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:
I read this article on WW1 in Euope with pix. Very last pic seems to show some Chinese people.... and I was thinking 'is that right, what on earth were they doing there?'... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... l#comments

But it seems a huge amount of Chinese were conscripted into work in Europe during World War One -> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Labour_Corps Chinese Labour Corps
This with many pix is pretty amazing - http://multimedia.scmp.com/ww1-china/

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:
[Self-edited/deleted post.
It seems like our neighbourhood might be being 'shot up' this pm, bit flipping hairy ....

tags: done enough of expatting, can I just go home now please?]

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:
Coming to the pre-existing street-wide facial-recognition CCTV in Singapore soon? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... tures.html



Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

Strong Eagle:
Nah, of course I haven't sent any money. I just sent 4 different ones a message that I was flying into SG tomorrow morning at 0630 and that my accomodations had just been cancelled. I needed to rent something first thing in the morning because I have a business meeting in the afternoon.

Since your place is "available now", I would like to rent it for 3 weeks starting tomorrow. What price can you make me for 3 weeks? I will pay cash.

Haha let's see what replies they come up with.

Are you looking at the flats in Berlin or Barcelona? :cool:

Climbing, bouldering - regionally

JR8:
I know this question has come up previously - 'Where in SG or the nearby region can I go rock-climbing?'.

Hence I was interested to read an article today on how the eponymous 'Dragon Horns' mountain on Tioman Island, Malaysia is becoming something of a regional draw for climbing.
Refer -> http://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/c ... owski.html

Re: Random thoughts thread

earthfriendly:
This forum suffers the modern malady of short attention span. TLDR (too long didn't read) .

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

JR8:
Bwahaha :cool:

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

Captjohn:
Nah, of course I haven't sent any money. I just sent 4 different ones a message that I was flying into SG tomorrow morning at 0630 and that my accomodations had just been cancelled. I needed to rent something first thing in the morning because I have a business meeting in the afternoon.

Since your place is "available now", I would like to rent it for 3 weeks starting tomorrow. What price can you make me for 3 weeks? I will pay cash. What time can you meet me tomorrow morning for viewing?

Haha let's see what replies they come up with.

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

JR8:
The Berlin one again is amusing due to a church-tower in a view out a window; of a style you will not find in Singapore.

Other common themes incl:
No building name/address
No external shots of building
No books/packaging in the pix are detailed enough to show legible script/brands etc .

Now where did the OP go - :???: / :twisted: / :lol:

Re: Odds for PR

sundaymorningstaple:
Buying multiple properties doesn't help anything at all. It doesn't benefit the Government, only some private individual and the applicant. The little tax dollars that generates isn't worth the paperwork. At the moment with a 100 full oil tankers anchored off of Singapore and most other oil ports in the world, I wouldn't apply at the moment as long as the barrel prices are so depressed. Most OandG companies are shedding people faster that you can say 'your fired'.

Re: Anyone PR is Approved this month (April 2016)

sundaymorningstaple:
Already been rejected 3x? What is your basic salary? I ask because you are still on an S pass. If you are knocking down 100K/pa with commission, It would seem like your employer would put you on a higher draw and an EP and save the Levy Fees.

Donations don't do anything.

Re: Vacation rentals on Craigslist

Strong Eagle:
They are all scams! Captjohn, hope you haven't sent off your money.

This one: http://singapore.craigslist.com.sg/vac/5557088369.html

is actually in China: http://hotel.elong.net/null/50201704/ or http://3g.ifeng.com/news/sharenews.f?vt ... 23214andmid=

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This one: http://singapore.craigslist.com.sg/vac/5581481124.html

Is actually in Barcelona: http://www.apbcnapartments.com/barcelon ... 8_147.html

Here's another Barcelona scam: http://singapore.craigslist.com.sg/vac/5570496148.html

https://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p1730358

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This one: http://singapore.craigslist.com.sg/vac/5570513620.html

Is in Barcelona as well: https://www.homeaway.nl/vakantiewoning/p1172106

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And this one: http://singapore.craigslist.com.sg/vac/5558688822.html

Appears to be in Berlin: https://wohnungsbetrug.blogspot.com/201 ... ookde.html

Time to contact Craigslist.

Re: Odds for PR

Dukunberanak:
A question to experts here - what are the odds of getting PR for the following profile (my husband)

India, Male + me + infant
Work pass: Singapore - 18 months
Senior position in well known multi-national
over 700K SGD salary (annual)


View please ?
with your profile the statistics in the past will likely determine the result. i am not sure with that high salary how many percentage foreign worker stay in sg for long term. Now my suggestion is you must create an impression you are planning to stay here for long term. How to do that? Just buy few condos here. Remember as foreigner your tax is higher to buy property compare to citizen. So if you buy few condos here your chance will become higher. It shows to SG gahmen you are super serious to stay in SG for long term.
Just my two cents