Country Bankers Insurance Corporation (CBIC) is one of the country’s leading affordable insurance companies, offering a variety of insurance products that gives protection to properties and assets.
Celebrating its 60th milestone year in October, Country Bankers Insurance Corporation (CBIC) a subsidiary of Country Bankers Insurance Group (CBIG), offers non-life insurance such as motor vehicle, personal accident, bonds and fire insurance, among others.
“It is time that Filipinos change their old view of insurance as something unnecessary or not a priority. Whether big or small, properties should be covered by insurance because accidents or calamities occur anytime, anywhere and to anyone. It is best to be ready at all times,” says Geraldine Desiderio-Garcia, senior vice president and general manager of Country Bankers Insurance Corporation (CBIC).
Insurances in the Philippines have evolved over the years, says Garcia, improving the quality and scope of insurance and providing affordable options that fit various lifestyles. Staying true to its promise to be relevant yet affordable, Country Bankers’ scope of benefits and coverage carries benefits that can compete with other insurers.
For instance, March being Fire Prevention Month, it is the perfect time to discuss and raise awareness about the causes, hazards, and dangers of fire, and the most auspicious occasion to make decisions about insuring your properties. CBIC’s fire insurance coverage may be extended, upon payment of additional premium to allied perils such as earthquake, typhoon, and flood. Optional supplementary covers for fire insurance include burglary, cleaning of debris, fire-fighting expenses, rental expense or income and household employee belongings.
“Filipinos have learned from their experiences and are now more informed and aware of the importance of getting insurance. There are many insurance products which cover your needs in times of calamities, Garcia concluded.
For inquiries on life and nonlife insurance products, visit Country Bankers Centre at 648 T.M. Kalaw Avenue, Ermita, Manila or call 8523-8611 for life and 8524-0621 for nonlife.