InLife net income soars 168 percent, revenues up 43%  

InLife Executive Chairperson Nina Aguas (Contributed Photo)
InLife Executive Chairperson Nina Aguas (Contributed Photo)

INSULAR Life (InLife), the country’s largest Filipino-owned life insurer, more than doubled its net income in 2021 at the back of strong operational results, the Company disclosed during its Annual Members’ Meeting held online recently.

InLife’s net income of P4.7 billion is 168 percent higher than the P1.8 billion it achieved in 2020 while its total revenues of P23.1 billion is up by 43 percent from P16.2 billion in 2020.

“We are grateful that our operations had a healthy rebound from the slowdown we experienced in 2020 due to the massive lockdowns at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. Our operational results last year reflected our concerted effort to better serve our policyholders,” InLife Executive Chairperson Nina Aguas said.

Aguas noted that several factors can be attributed to this successful year, including the easing up of the pandemic restrictions, the digital adaptation of financial advisers, and the various technology innovations implemented by the company, and several key personnel hiring and movements.

“At the backend of our operations are very robust digital systems that helped us navigate through the pandemic. These efforts were initiated as early as 2016 and fortunately, the acceleration of our digital efforts was coming to bear in 2021. We did well in 2021 in terms of financial performance because our agents were able to regain their confidence and overcome their fear,” Aguas said.

The company’s strong financial results helped it maintain its high industry rank as among the top five life insurers, the only Filipino-owned company to do so.

In a report released by the Insurance Commission recently, InLife’s net income of P4.7B is 3rd best, and its net worth of P47.8B is 2nd overall, while its assets of P154B, is fourth among 31 life insurers.

“We will continue to improve our operations to help us deliver results that are backed by a clear path to reach our ambition to provide our policyholders a lifetime for good so that they can enjoy a longer, healthier, and happier lives,” she added.

IHC breaks record

HMO subsidiary Insular Health Care (IHC) breached the Php1-billion mark in membership fee revenue for 2021, 35 percent more than the previous year’s, and significantly higher than the HMO Industry’s revenue growth of 1.9 percent for the same period.

“We are happy to report that the strong showing of IHC continued through 2021, riding the momentum of its own great performance in 2020,” Aguas also said. (PR)


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