We are honoured to win the ANZIIF Life Insurance Company of the Year Award for 2023, and we couldn’t have done it without your support.
At the 2023 ASFA Spotlight on Insurance event, AIA sponsored a session discussing menopause and its impact on a members claim experience and early retirement. Chaired by Sarah Penn, CEO of Mayflower Consulting, a panel of experts from the insurance, technology, super, and medical industries discussed some candid and shocking realities about a common, but mostly hidden, life experience that impacts half the world’s population.
At the beginning of the year, we launched our pilot program, AIA Healthiest Schools, which ran throughout Terms 1 and 2.
The tour will see two AIA Australia riders, Nathan Green, Rehabilitation Consultant, and Heidi Bramberger, P&C Business Partner, join a team of pain specialists on an epic ride from Townsville to Cairns across seven days in September.
AIA Vitality for Corporates is a market leading employee benefit proposition that will engage and retain talent, and help position your clients as employers of choice.
AIA has successfully appealed a court decision that would have had widespread implications for group insurance takeovers, risk, and pricing.
We have never been more digitally connected, yet loneliness continues to be a looming health challenge requiring urgent attention from all Australian businesses.
On 14 May, Team AIA will be running, walking, and dressing up to support and honour all women diagnosed with breast cancer and we’d love for you to get involved too.
With default insurance being turned on its head, member engagement and education is more critical than ever before.
Explore the impacts of loneliness in the post-pandemic world, and how social connection in the workplace can ease the isolation.
Discover the ultimate engagement toolkit motivating members to improve their physical, mental, and financial wellbeing.
Learn about the link between the health of the environment and our own wellbeing, and what it means for the design of future policies and solutions.
Find out what the future of insurance in super looks like in this report by Deloitte and ASFA.
One of our newest AIA Vitality Ambassadors, Layne Beachley, gives us insight into how she uses an All or Something mindset to overcome her challenges.
We are proud to partner with the Australasian Menopause Society (AMS), a group of doctors and allied health professionals, to work together to combat misdiagnosis.
With CancerAid, we have published research demonstrating how CancerAid Coach can increase patients’ likelihood of returning to work by 73%.
Behavioural science is a rapidly expanding field which has the potential to influence and inform insurance solutions.
As a founding member and proud partner of the Shared Value Project, AIA Australia is passionate about embracing shared value and sharing our journey with other organisations.
The statistics around chronic pain are sobering, with 3.4 million Australians affected by the condition. Over two-thirds – 68% – of those with chronic pain are of working age, with the condition causing 40% of early retirements.
By modifying 5 behavioural factors you can reduce the risk of 5 non-communicable diseases which are responsible for more than 90 percent of deaths in Australia.
The FSC media release states that receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will not impact life insurance policies. AIA Australia’s position is aligned with the FSC and we want to provide comfort to members.
AIA Australia remains resolute in the view that default insurance in superannuation is the right policy setting to provide a financial safety-net to millions of Australians and their beneficiaries.
We are pleased to share with you an important milestone of full legal completion of AIA’s acquisition of CMLA, with AIA and CBA entering into a binding agreement to complete a Part 9 portfolio transfer of CMLA’s insurance business to AIAA.
Pain Coach is world-first in the claims management environment, helping AIAA customers on Income Protection (IP) claims for persistent musculoskeletal pain achieve a faster return to life and work.
With so many Australians doing it tough these past months, we’ve made a new mental wellbeing mobile app available for free to all Aussies.
AIA Vitality Ambassador Shane Crawford sits down with another AFL legend to talk depression, resilience and the process of rebuilding.
In an industry first, we’ve developed Breathe Well, the tele-health coaching program for AIAA customers on claim for lung disease.
CancerAid is providing extra support to AIAA customers who have participated in their coach program, developing a special COVID-19 module with tips on how to stay safe and keep informed.
Maintaining physical health and mental wellbeing can be tricky during COVID-19. The new AIA Vitality Wellbeing Toolkit offers workouts, recipes and inspiration for keeping well while at home.