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Expat Insurance
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 SingaporeLife Insurance
Expat Insurance provides Life Insurance for Expats in Singapore. We offer both Term Life Insurance and Whole Life Insurance plans to protect your family’s financial future should the unexpected ever happen. Nothing can replace you, but money provided at the right time will ensure that your family will not be burdened by the financial consequences of your death.

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: Sundry humour

JR8:
Meanwhile in Poland...
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http://metro.co.uk/2015/07/30/party-bad ... h-5319138/

Re: ST says "Higher salary bar for foreigners seeking family visas"

sundaymorningstaple:
When you start from zero it not hard to be the fastest growing. Any growth at all would be fast compared to zero growth. (except for births that is).

Re: ST says "Higher salary bar for foreigners seeking family visas"

Wd40:


And nobody shitting on the tracks.

That didn't ditter Bangalore from becoming the 2nd fastest growing startup ecosystem in the world:

http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2015/07/29 ... 93924.html

Re: Visa Run Dilemma for US Citizen

malcontent:
I was in the exact same predicament (same passport, same situation) when I first arrived in 1996 (and still here today). Back then you only got a 30 day social visit pass - and my GF who was a PR was able to sponsor me for extensions without the need for doing a visa run - at first they only extended 14 days, but we appealed as asked for 30 days, when they asked why, we were honest and said we were planning to get married and I was looking for a job. They said "well, we can't stop you from looking for a job" - and gave me 30 days, from then on, we kept going back and got a total of 4 extensions. Shortly after I got an offer and started the EP application process. Once that started they gave me a 2 months stay, but I did overhear the guy who gave me the 2 months say to another guy working there "here's another one... not supposed to extend more than 3 times" - so they do have rules, but overly onerous. I'd say that the Singapore immigration process is 1000% better than the US, they are not worried about potential immigrants entering on a non-immigrant basis. They also have no issue with job seekers who are not working being here on a social visit pass (to a limit of course). To some extent, they are sympathetic to family issues, but without an official marriage, they can only do so much. From my experience, it's best to be completely honest about your intentions and be willing to show persistence if you get rejected - while there is never any guarantee, when you show honest persistence, it can pay off.

Re: Sundry humour

x9200:
Okay, I know it is tragic what happened to that mom who died but this is still lol.

http://fooyoh.com/iamchiq_living_lifest ... c-accident
If these people are so afraid, why don't they use some real stair?

I live in a condo where a locally weird phenomena happens. People use stairs instead of a lift. This happens in a multi-storey car park. It's a complex puzzle because there is another, large group of people who park their cars on the upper floors (3rd to 5th) even if the 1st and 2nd are relatively empty and there is only one exit from the carpark via the 1st level. Those who part on the 2nd floor (and perhaps even higher) seem to prefer stairs and I am talking about climbing, not descending. I've never seen anything like this in SG before.

Re: What's with the live-in maids?!

x9200:
This concerns mostly the lower wage citizens who could not afford the maids and a very small fraction of expat-like like myself.
I don't see it happened in any reasonable time.

Re: Sundry humour

earthfriendly:
Okay, I know it is tragic what happened to that mom who died but this is still lol.

http://fooyoh.com/iamchiq_living_lifest ... c-accident

Re: Digital(web development) and Graphic design courses

Mollmad:
Thanks so much Dash88, its great to have a starting point! :)

Re: 24F relocated from Australia.

martindg:
Hey everyone,

I am 23 male, came to Singapore 3 weeks ago. Will be staying here for an internship until mid September. I don't really know anyone here, but I am looking forward to making new friends :)

Re: Any party people?

martindg:
Hey , I am 23 male. Came to Singapore 3 weeks ago. Still haven't had the chance to go to a decent party. I don't know the clubs around here much, so I am willing to try things.

Re: feedbacks about HSBC "growth manager" product

Strong Eagle:
Or, if not bare stocks, then ETF's tracking a variety of indexes.

I, too, learned the hard way about managed products. In my case it was getting into structured notes that tracked the SandP 500, via an annuity. The theory was that in exchange for an upside cap my downside risk would be limited. But, the risk elimination was simply too costly in terms of loss of potential gain, and I realized that if I could hold onto investments through the down periods, I'd be OK anyway.

The other thing I tried and discarded was to get into alternative investments in a diversified way... metals, arbitrage, private placements, etc. A good idea except that the fees on fees just killed performance. If I could find an ETF like alternate investment I'd put some dough into it.

Re: feedbacks about HSBC "growth manager" product

JR8:
What would you consider a 'reasonable' spread, given only the issuer makes a market in it?

-- Why not come to the light side, forget managed products, and buy bare stocks. Or is that too scary? ;

Re: feedbacks about HSBC "growth manager" product

geebers1301:
It is just surprising how they market the new product :

"Simple and transparent solution to increase your returns
No more multiple charges like policy fees, supplementary charges, bid-offer spread, cost of insurance, etc.
"

Sounds like they are learning from their mistakes :-)

@JR8 : still chasing my relationship manager to get the product prospectus in pdf and will post it as soon as I have it.
Regarding the bid offer what shocks me is the magnitude of it not the principles.

Have a good we !

Re: feedbacks about HSBC "growth manager" product

JR8:
How would anyone 'know' what the market is going to do tomorrow?



Re: feedbacks about HSBC "growth manager" product

Strong Eagle:
Which bank was it that got taken to court over selling CDS'es without fully disclosing they were about to tank?

Looks like HSBC has changed programs. https://www.hsbc.com.sg/1/PA_ES_Content ... anager.pdf

Maybe you can get them to switch you. http://www.hsbc.com.sg/1/2/personal/ins ... th-manager