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 ACE announces the extension of submission deadline to  July 20, 2015 for ‘Enhancing Lives with ACE 2015’

Bangkok, Thailand — 24 June 2015, ACE INA Overseas Insurance Company Limited and ACE Life Assurance Public Company Limited, both companies  of ACE Group, one of the world’s largest multiline property and casualty insurers, has organized “Enhancing Lives with ACE 2015” for the second consecutive year in Thailand. Following successful implementation of last year’s CSR programs, Enhancing Lives with Ace enables university and vocational students in Thailand to propose Corporate Social Responsibility plans that are in line with ACE’s over-arching philanthropic support for improving education and health, alleviating poverty and saving the environment. This year’s contest offers an enhanced financial support package totaling THB 300,000 to deliver and manage the deployment of the winning CSR plans. Deadline for applications has been extended to 20 July, 2015, in order to accommodate a greater number of entries this year and better leverage the increased prize fund available.

The top team will receive a grand prize of up to THB 120,000 to support the CSR program for which they have planned. The first runners-up team will receive up to THB 100,000 to support their proposed CSR program, whilst the second runners-up will receive THB 80,000. Participants in “Enhancing Lives with ACE 2015” must be undergraduate students with experience in organizing CSR projects or volunteer activities. Entrants are registered as teams representative of competing organizations.
 
Applicants can download the application form from www.acegroup.com/th/csr and submit the entries by e-mail to Thailand.ACECSR@acegroup.com (maximum file size: 5 MB).

 
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About ACE in Thailand

ACE Group is one of the world’s largest multiline property and casualty insurers. With operations in 54 countries, ACE provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. ACE Limited, the parent company of ACE Group, is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: ACE) and is a component of the S&P 500 index. ACE's core operating insurance companies are rated AA for financial strength by Standard & Poor’s and A++ by A.M. Best.
 
With both general and life insurance operations, ACE has been present in Thailand for over 40 years via acquisitions by its predecessor companies. Its fully owned general insurance operations in Thailand is a branch of ACE INA Overseas Insurance Company Limited, which has been assigned a financial rating of AA- by Standard & Poor’s. The company’s product offerings include Property, Casualty, Marine, Liability, Financial Lines and Group Personal Accident insurance for corporate clients. In addition, ACE INA Overseas Insurance Company Limited provides a wide range of Accident & Health insurance products to retail clients through a multitude of distribution channels, of which direct marketing is its forte. The company’s market leadership position is largely attributed to its strong partnerships with financial institutions as well as retailers to tailor individual protection policies for their clients and employees.

Specifically to meet the needs of financial protection and security of its broad range of customers, ACE Life in Thailand (ACE Life Assurance Public Company Limited) offers a comprehensive range of quality life insurance products and services while ACE Life’s team of over 3,500 agents service and support customers throughout the nation.  The company also partners with financial institutions and other companies to tailor individual policies for their clients and employees.

More information can be found at www.acegroup.com/th.

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