Policy Owners' Protection Scheme FAQ

It would be nice if everything just worked the way it is meant to in life. But unfortunately, sometimes there are potholes along the way that we just don't see coming. We can get insurance for such instances, but what if there is a problem and our insurer falls through too? The Policy Owners' Protection Scheme (PPF Scheme) was set up to protect policy owners in the case of a default of a life or general insurer. The Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC) administers the PPF Scheme. 

Aviva Singapore is a PPF Scheme member. 

For the list of Aviva Life Insurance Singapore policies, which are covered under the PPF Scheme, click here.

For the list of Aviva General Insurance Singapore policies, which are covered under the PPF Scheme, click here.

For more information on the Policy Owners' Protection Scheme (PPF Scheme) and on Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation Limited (SDIC), click here.

To download the PPF consumer guides, click here.

Policyowners Protection Scheme FAQ

What is Policy Owners' Protection Scheme (PPF)?

Do I need to pay premiums to be covered by Policy Owners' Protection Scheme (PPF)?

What are the types of General Insurance policies covered under the PPF Scheme?

How can I make a claim on my personal motor insurance policy if Aviva who is a PPF Scheme member fails?

What will happen to my General Insurance policy if Aviva who is a PPF Scheme member fails?

What is my compensation entitlement?