Sunday, June 5, 2016

SUNLIFE AIMS 5M CLIENTS BY 2020, Launched their Money For Life through Bus to the Future VR

Last Saturday,  June 1, 2015 Sunlife Philippines Inc., held at Shangrila Makati Rizal A,B headed by their top management in their  company launches their Bus to the Future campaign using the new technology of Virtual Reality which aims to educate and help Filipinos to learn to manage and use their finances and resources in a very practical and even as complex as how to achieve and gain more through their kind of products that are going to be available as they evolved that will fit to  the present need of any individual.

Sunlife of Canada Philippines, Inc., the top rank and longest standing life insurance company in the Philippines, aims to serve 5 million clients by year 2020 under its new 5 year growth plan dubbed "Rise PH".

"Rise Ph" champions financial inclusion in the Philippines, where only small percentage of the whole population utilizes financial products such as insurance and investments. "Despite the more disadvantaged sectors of society . We have to addressed this , Sunlife President and CEO Riza Mantaring said. "Sunlife would like to see more Filipinos looking forward to a brighter future and the whole country rising to greater heights.

In order to reach the company's goals, several initiatives will be launched under "Rise Ph". These initiatives will have Sun Life reach out to a broader market, further boosting its financial literacy advocacy and expanding its reach nationwide.

The initial set of initiatives will be launched this June, which Sun Life has declared as "Financial Independence Month". This includes the cooperation with 8990 Holdings, Inc., one of the top mass housing developers in the country, for efforts to promote financial literacy.

Another initiative is Money for Life , a  comprehensive, customizable financial planning program that will ensure that a client will have sufficient funds for every stage of his life.

To help inspire the public to create their own Money for Life plan with a financial advisor, Sun Life created a 360 degree virtual reality (VR) video, transporting them to different scenarios based on their chosen stage. This will enable viewer to live a dream for a minute and encourage to start planning for their future through Money For Life and Sun Life's life insurance and investment products.

Viewable with a VR headset, the video can be experience in a customized bus called "Bus to the Future" which will be making its way to different malls and camputses nationwide. Among the stops are Global City High Street (June 11) , Eastwood (June 19), , SM City Cebu (June 25) and Solenad Nuvali (July 2). Meanwhile to make sure that the youth will be inspired early to invest and save. The Bus to the Future will also park at Mapua Institute of Technology on (June2) , Ateneo Graduate School (June 12) , De La Salle University (June 16) , University of the Philippines (June 17), San Sebastian College (June 20),  University of San Carlos Cebu (June 24), Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila (June 29) , and University of the Philippines Los Banos (June 30). In all this stops Sunlife advisors will also be on hand to accommodate any inquiries.

Meanwhile, those who will not able to visit the "Bus to the Future" stops will still get a boost in their financial journey with the Money For Life e planner. Just log on to to start their financial planning.

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About Sun Life Financial

Sun Life Canada, (Philippines) Inc., is a member of the Sun Life Financial group of companies, a leading international financial services organization providing a diverse range of protection and wealth products and services for individuals and corporate customers. Sunlife Financials has operations in a number of markets worldwide., including Cnanada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland , Hong Kong, the Philippines, Japan , Indonesia , India Australia , Singapore, Vietnam, Mlaysia and Bermuda. As of December 31, 2015 The Sun Life Financial Group of Companies had a total assets under management of $891 billion.

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