Have the confidence to follow your dreams knowing you and your loved ones’ are protected from unexpected financial burdens of a critical illness and common diseases in the Philippines.
Life insurance plan that’s easy on the budget and allows you to enjoy life while financially protecting you and those you care about.
A little planning can go a long way. So whether you’re looking for a life insurance coverage with savings that everyone can enjoy, or an investment that protects you and those you care about, find what you need here.
KanDuu covers you, so you CAN DO everything you want in life with no hesitations.
We’ve made it even more convenient for you to enjoy life with our hassle-free payment system by giving you the freedom of choice. Choose a payment method that is more suitable for your needs.
At FWD, we care a lot about giving back. We're here to empower people to live fulfilling lives, by advocating equal access to opportunities for those who need it most in our communities.
Pan-Asian insurer FWD Life Insurance, in partnership with Diwata Women in Resource Development, Philippine Mine Safety and Environment Association, and Land Rover Club of the Philippines, were part of an initiative in 2015 to fly Lola Cita and Lola Magda from the Aeta community in Sitio Gayaman in Bamban to India where they underwent training in assembling, installing, maintaining, and repairing solar panels for their communities. FWD champions powering households with solar electricity and bringing light to communities.
Pan-Asian insurer FWD Life Insurance, along with celebrity fitness coach, Jim Saret, donated PhP50,000 to the Saint Rita Orphanage in Paranaque City in 2015. Saret was the top winner of FWD’s Ready, Set, Live! Adventure Race held in Bonifacio Global City during the company’s brand launch last November 8, 2014. The donation will be used to support the orphanage’s feeding, health and educational programs.
In 2014, FWD Group joined the international community in helping the victims of typhoon Yolanda by donating a total of P2.56 million to the Department of Education’s Adopt-A-School program to support the rebuilding of schools in Tacloban and Ormoc. Three checks were turned over to DepEd’s Mario Deriquito, including a HK$50,000 donation from FWD Hong Kong and THB 200,000 from FWD Thailand – all to help the children go back to school and allow life and learning to flourish again.