Integrity Commitment Responsibility
The Insurance Commission’s Shared Core Values
Insurance touches all our lives in a multitude of ways. It is an essential element in our present day life, securing our standards of living and the stability of our families, as well as our property rights. Everyone in this country feels the protecting arm in some form of insurance and most of us are affected by the many forms of its protection.
In view of this widespread public interest in the various insurance coverage, the supervision of this business has become an integral part of our government process. Read More
In keeping with the policy of the State (R.A. 9485 and R.A. 11032) to promote integrity, accountability, proper management of public affairs and public property as well as to establish effective practices aimed at the efficient turnaround of the delivery of government services and the prevention of graft and corruption in the government, the Insurance Commission has adopted its own Citizen’s Charter containing the procedures, fees, processing time, and requirements for our services.
We strongly urge the immediate enactment of the proposed Financial Consumer Protection (FCP) Act. The intricate development of financial products and services resulting from advancements
The Insurance Commission has recently released the performance statistics for the life and non-life insurance industries, as well as for mutual benefit associations (“MBAs”), as
Insurance Commissioner Dennis Funa commended the member-companies of the Philippine Insurers and Reinsurers Association, Inc. (PIRA) for their corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects conducted following
The data shown below is the number of companies with a Certificate of Authority as of March 2022.