New AXA Max Wealth Insurance Plan Offers guaranteed Day-1 cash value[1] up to 81% of lump sum payment with guaranteed breakeven period as short as 5 years[2]


Combining features of life protection and wealth accumulation with flexi designation option to offer unique flexibility in legacy planning

HONG KONG SAR – Media Outreach – 1 August 2022 – AXA Hong Kong and Macau (AXA) today announced the launch of its Max Wealth Insurance Plan (“Max Wealth”), which offers a market-leading guaranteed breakeven period as short as 5 years[2], and guaranteed cash value on the commencement day of the policy up to 81%[1] of lump sum payment. With Max Wealth, customers are empowered to achieve their financing goals with optimal asset liquidity, and ultimately unleash the full potential of wealth accumulation. Moreover, Max Wealth also provides a flexi designation option for customers to transfer part of the policy value to another insured with no limit in times[3], enabling the policyholder greater flexibility for legacy planning. By incorporating the lifelong protection, Max Wealth eases the customer’s burden when facing unexpected situations in life, and in passing on their values and visions for life from one generation to another.



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