Aetna has received a license to begin selling health insurance in Singapore. This means the health care benefits company is now marketing health policies for groups and individuals in Singapore, which it claims is the perfect regional hub from which to develop further business opportunities in Southeast Asia.

Aetna says it introduced its flagship International Healthcare Plan (IHP) to the Singapore market upon receiving the license. IHP provides comprehensive health benefits aimed, primarily, at customers who travel extensively or live outside of their country of origin. In addition, a new Aetna benefits product, Aetna Healthy Aessentials, made its debut in Singapore ahead of a planned worldwide roll-out.

Aetna will also offer technology-enabled health management services in Singapore and regionally.

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