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Monday, February 10, 2014

Clements Worldwide Partners with American Chemical Society to Deliver Guaranteed-Issue International Term Life Insurance

Clements Worldwide today announced that it is now providing members of the American Chemical Society (ACS) with guaranteed-issue term life insurance for themselves and their families living and working overseas. 

Clements’ global life insurance solution is the first of its kind to be made available to ACS international members and their families. This coverage offers them vital financial security and peace of mind. Upon enrollment, international members are instantly protected by Clements’ fully portable coverage with no required medical exams or lengthy underwriting. Enrolled participants will remain covered as long as they are active members of the association, up until the age of 71.

 With more than 161,000 members, ACS is the world’s largest scientific society of chemists, chemical engineers and related professionals around the globe. ACS has local and national chapters within the United States as well as a robust international membership representing more than 100 countries. 

In addition to comprehensive term life benefits like coverage for death due to illness, accidents or acts of terrorism and a dedicated team of customer service representatives, the innovative partnership between Clements and ACS gives members access to a wide suite of international insurance educational materials. Other leading association partners that have successfully integrated Clements’ solutions include PMI and IEEE. 

“At Clements, we pride ourselves in offering peace of mind to our customers in more than 170 countries. Our new partnership with the American Chemical Society is all about creating lasting member value through a distinctive portfolio of insurance programs that leverage ACS’ strength in numbers, beginning with a comprehensive term life insurance solution,” said Dante Disparte, Managing Director of Partner Solutions at Clements.

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