With effect from 1st July 2016, the operations of Generali Pilipinas Life Assurance Company, Inc. (GPLAC) have been reorganized.

GPLAC has been renamed BDO Life Assurance Company, Inc. (BDO Life)1 while Generali Pilipinas Insurance Company, Inc. (GPIC) has been renamed Generali Life Assurance Philippines Inc. (Generali Philippines)2.

All existing individual life policies written by GPLAC prior to 1st July, 2016 including the BDO Mortgage Redemption Insurance (MRI) Program will continue to be serviced by BDO Life.

All existing group business including Employee Benefits coverage (Life & Health) written by GPLAC prior to 1st July will continue to be serviced by Generali Life Philippines.

There will be no impact on the terms and conditions of all existing policies.

1 BDO Life is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BDO Unibank, Inc.
2 Generali Life Philippines is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Generali Group.

Please click the link below to be redirected to the BDO Life site.

Please click the link below to be redirected to the Generali Life Philippines site.


Should you have further questions, please feel free to get in touch with us:
BDO Life
Telephone Number: 885-4110
Email: we-care@bdolife.com.ph

Generali Life
Telephone Number: (63) 2 580-6600 & (63) 2 894-1135

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Trademark

People often refer to us as the "Lion of Trieste". Yet the Lion of St. Mark was only chosen as our symbol in 1848, following the creation of the Republic of Venice.

The group's original logo was the double-headed eagle of the Hapsburg Empire, introduced in 1833, just over a year after the establishment of Assicurazioni Generali. The switch to the Lion was the most radical change to our logo, but not the only one. Over the years, the logo has evolved along with the historical context and new requirements in visual communications. The major milestones in the history of our trademark are shown below:

1833
Little more than a year after its foundation, Assicurazioni Generali Austro-Italiche gains permission to use the image of a double-headed eagle –the symbol of the House of Hapsburg – on its documents.
1848
Following the insurrection that led to the establishment of the Republic of Venice, the company removes "austro-italiche" from its name in order to better reflect its Italian identity, adopting the Lion of St. Mark as the symbol for its Italian business.
1881
In the year of its 50th anniversary, the company decides to replace and unify the various versions of its logo with the lion “facing right”. This logo remains in use until the early 20th century, when the classic image – with the lion facing left – is reinstated.
1971
As Generali's marketing strategy evolves, the traditional image of the Lion of St. Mark is no longer in line with modern tastes and design. The Lion undergoes a profound restyling that leads to the current logo, with an updated version of the historic symbol paired with the Generali logotype.
1978
An increasing need to coordinate and provide strategic guidance for units operating in various markets leads Generali to design a Group trademark.
1990
In the 1990s, the group trademark is redesigned to make it more modern and ensure better recognition. The wording “Gruppo Generali” is translated into various languages, including English, French, German and Spanish.
2014
Since January 2014, a more modern and dynamic Lion has become the unique symbol identifying the entire group worldwide. The redesigned face gives the lion a sharper profile, the restyled wings enable better small-scale reproduction, and the paws and tail are simpler. The move is in line with the group’s desire to add value to its intangible assets.