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President & CEO: Monique F. Leroux
AM Best Rating: Not Rated
Assets: $15.2 billion
Assets Under Management: $945.7 million
Premium Income: $783.4 million
95 St. Clair Avenue West
Toll Free: 1-800.685.7223 (option 1)
Web Address: www.desjardinsfinancialsecurity.com
*Info courtesy of Desjardins Insurance Financial Review 2010 and ambest.com, accessed Feb. 2012.
Desjardins Insurance is ranked first among life and health insurance companies in Quebec and fourth in Canada, supporting more than five million members.
Their insurance products include life insurance (term, whole life, universal life, and accidental insurance), health and critical illness coverage (complementary health care, disability and long-term care), loans and lines of credit (mortgages, personal loans, and credit card insurance), accidental and travel insurance, insurance for self-employed individuals, and group insurance. The company’s financial products include carefully selected guaranteed deposits, multi-strategy investments, and segregate funds.
Desjardins offers customers saving for a specific purpose an interesting opportunity with their Saving Up For Something Special product, where specific individual needs are put forward and planned out to achieve savings goals.
Whether you are having a baby, getting married, getting divorced, approaching retirement, buying a new home or wanting to reduce your taxes—regardless of the changes in your life, Desjardins will always be there to adjust with you, establishing better and safer financial stability. The Desjardins Business Centre offers a number of products for businesses as well.
Their electronic newsletter is published six times a year, and includes informative articles about taxation, savings, insurance and health. They are also involved in various community events, including the Mother-Daughter Walk, Mental Health Week, and other health-related and community-based organizations.
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1. They offer a huge variety of health, disability, and critical illness solutions.
2. They have a tremendous amount of flexibility within their Universal Life and Whole Life policies.
1. Their term policies are note competitively priced at certain age brackets.
2. Their non-medical life insurance plan is not well-priced in comparison to other leading carriers such as Assumption Life or Canada Protection Plan.