Aetna To Sell Health Insurance In Singapore

SINGAPORE—Aetna Inc. has received a license to begin selling health insurance in Singapore, the Hartford, Conn.-based health insurer announced Wednesday.”We’re very pleased to offer our insurance products in Singapore,” said Derek Goldberg, Aetna International’s Singapore-based managing director for Southeast Asia, in a statement. “Singapore is a very attractive market for Aetna. It has a vibrant, growing economy and a large number of expatriates and local residents who may need global or regional health care coverage.” In the statement, Michael Elliott, Hong Kong-based general manager for Aetna’s Asia-Pacific region, said Aetna’s entry into Singapore demonstrates the company’s commitment to growing its business in the region. He added that Aetna also will offer technology-enabled health management services in Singapore and regionally.

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