To Whom it may concern.
I wish to terminate my life insurance with Great Eastern Life.
What documents or forms should I fill up?
Great Eastern Life began its operations in 1908 as a branch office of The Great Eastern Life Assurance Company Limited. The Malaysian operations was subsequently transferred to a locally incorporated public company, namely Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad (93745-A) (Great Eastern Life) under the Scheme of Transfer of Business. The Company was certified by the Malaysia Book of Records in 1998 as the "Oldest and Largest Life Insurer" in Malaysia.
With more than a century of experience and solid financial foundation, as of 31st December 2014, Great Eastern Life has RM66.9 billion in assets, over 3 million policies in force and a network of 17,000 agents nationwide.
Great Eastern Life is a wholly owned subsidiary of Great Eastern Holdings Limited (GEH) and its parent company is Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (OCBC). Great Eastern Life is licensed under the Financial Services Act 2013 and is regulated by Bank Negara Malaysia.
As a company committed to the 'people' business, Great Eastern Life continues to meet its customers' needs with regard to financial planning, protection and savings. Generations of individuals, families and businesses have been and will continue to be assured of their financial security with the company's full range of products: life insurance plans, investment-linked plans, mortgage protection, business protection, employee benefits, medical insurance and group health benefit schemes.
'Life is Great!' The Company's tagline championing for continuous growth, Great Eastern Life is on track to be the leading financial service provider in Asia, recognised for its excellence as the Company celebrates its 107th Anniversary on 26 August 2015.