About this webinar

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In this second webinar of our “Demystifying Insurance” series, we will explain what Critical Illness insurance coverage is and why it forms a crucial part of your financial plan.

With more and more Critical Illness insurance options available in the market, how do you make sense of what is best suited for you? We will take you through each option and help you walk away with a clearer idea of what works best for your needs.

Don’t be kept in the dark anymore! Join us in the second in our series of four webinars aimed at helping you demystify insurance. Insurance plays an important role in your financial plan, but it doesn’t need to cost a lot for you to be adequately covered.

Some topics covered include:

  • What is Critical Illness Insurance?
  • How much do I need and how long do I need to be covered for?
  • What are the different types of Critical Illness coverage in the market?


  • 2 June 2021, Wednesday
  • 7pm – 8pm

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About the speaker


Alvin Neo, AWP®
Lead, Client Advisory

Since 2016 Alvin has been advising working families on their financial planning needs.

Due to his calling and strong passion to do what is right in the financial planning space, he joined the industry to make a positive contribution to his clients’ financial journey. He believes in serving and advising his clients like he would to his family and friends. Alvin simplifies complex financial planning jargons and concepts for his clients so that they understand well and are confident in taking their next steps for a better financial future.

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