GCash provides inclusive financial products via GInsure

Partners offer products eligible for LGBTQIA+ members all-year round

Even as the Pride Month has ended, GCash, the Philippines’ leading mobile wallet, is continuing to provide inclusive financial products all-year round through GInsure.

For as low as PHP60, same-sex couples can now have access to a wide selection of affordable insurance products through GInsure through its partners namely FPG Insurance, Singlife, Sun Life, and Generali. These companies allow LGBTQIA+ couples to easily designate their partners as beneficiaries for their chosen insurance coverage. This is also one of the many ways that GCash is helping enable its partner insurance companies to support the mandate of the Insurance Commission (IC) to allow policyholders to designate their same-sex partners as beneficiaries for their plans.

“Love knows no boundaries; we are free to love and protect anyone and everyone. You can embrace a worry-free life, knowing we’ve got your back,” said GCash VP of New Businesses Winsley Bangit.

Access to inclusive insurance was also one of the key messages highlighted during GTalks: “Werk With Pride”, an event recently hosted by the leading e-wallet, in line with its core vision to make financial inclusion a reality for all.

Bangit discussed how GInsure provides accessible and affordable financial products and protection for all.

“Here at GCash, our vision is “Finance for All” and we continue to look for ways to be more inclusive. That’s why we make availing of financial services easy and affordable for the millions of Filipinos that we serve. GInsure was launched in 2020 with the goal of democratizing access to insurance products, and to provide protection for all. We firmly stand by this belief and are further encouraged that the industry stakeholders are like-minded,” Bangit said.

The event was also attended by leaders from some of its key partner insurance companies namely FPG Insurance AVP Vinelle Haber and FPG Sales Officer Michael Taguidin, Singlife head of B2B2C Kame Amado, and Generali relationship business manager Glaudine Pelingon with Generali assistant manager Dainty Abriera.

Even beyond Pride Month, GCash remains an essential tool for millions of Filipinos, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression, as it encourages everyone to achieve financial independence by providing easy, accessible, and inclusive financial services.

For more information about GCash and its advocacies, you may visit www.gcash.com or follow its official Facebook page @gcashofficial.

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