About Us

關於我們

Nan Shan’s Culture

  • Passion to serve
  • Spirit of Caregiving
  • Honesty, Sincerity and Modesty
  • Committed to Company’s Core Values

Nan Shan General Insurance company

Nan Shan General Insurance is a subsidiary of Taiwan’s renowned insurer, Nan Shan Life Insurance. The latter extended its footprint into the industrial insurance sector in 2016 by forming Nan Shan General Insurance, after acquiring personal insurance and small-and medium-sized enterprise insurance business from AIG Taiwan Insurance, a Taiwanese subsidiary of American International Group.

Nan Shan General Insurance enjoys ample resources from its parent company, and strives to offer various innovative products to individual and enterprise customers. It surpasses expectations with impeccable care and attentive services. It aims to build up a risk-free protection net for individuals, families, enterprises and every asset deemed critical to them.

Nan Shan Life Insurance company

Nan Shan Life Insurance has enjoyed a strong foothold in Taiwan for more than 50 years. It’s one of the most established insurers in the market, covering 6 million policyholders - nearly one quarter of the population in Taiwan.

In August 2011, Ruen Chen Investment became the largest shareholder of Nan Shan Life Insurance and brought with it its management expertise. Under the leadership of Chairman Y.T.Du, Nan Shan has won numerous accolades under its belt. For six years in a row, Nan Shan has been rated by Taiwan Ratings as the most credible private-run insurer in Taiwan at "twAA+" and the outlook on the ratings is "stable".

Between 2014 and 2017, it’s awarded “Best Life Insurance Company in Taiwan” by Global Banking & Finance Review, a UK-based professional financial website. Not only that, Nan Shan Life Insurance was ranked “Best Life Insurance Company Taiwan” by Global Business Outlook for the third time. It’s also listed as “Best Life Insurance Brand , Taiwan” by Global Brands Magazine Awards from 2015 to 2017, and “Best Life Insurance Company Taiwan 2016” by International Finance Magazine.