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AIA HK and Citibank donate ARIA test machine to HKLSS, commemorates 10th year

The donation hopes to benefit 3,000 individuals in need of early detection diseases and strokes.

Citibank and AIA Hong Kong are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their exclusive bancassurance partnership. Over the past decade, the collaboration has achieved significant growth with a 21-fold increase in the number of customers and a 25-fold increase in policy numbers. 

To mark this milestone, both entities are jointly donating an Automatic Retina Image Analysis (ARIA) test machine to the Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service (HKLSS). This machine will aid in the early detection of cognitive diseases and strokes, promoting a healthy lifestyle.

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The exclusive bancassurance partnership began in 2014, enabling Citibank customers to access AIA Hong Kong's protection products. 

To commemorate the partnership and address growing awareness of cognitive diseases, the companies are donating an ARIA test machine to HKLSS. This donation aims to encourage a healthy lifestyle and is expected to benefit around 3,000 individuals annually, contributing to public health.


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