Frequently asked questions
SEB Life International Assurance Company Designated Activity Company, trading as SEB Life International is a life insurance company incorporated and regulated in Ireland which engages in the cross border distribution of insurance based investment products under the EU Third Life Directive.. SEB Life International specialises in the provision of tailored EU insurance policies and offers bespoke propositions to suit complex investment needs.
The Portfolio Bond is a unit-linked whole of life insurance policy. The Portfolio Bond provides a straightforward and effective way to bring together a wide choice of investments into one policy. It is designed to provide the flexibility and diversity required to enable you and your professional adviser to construct an investment portfolio that meets your specific financial needs, without restricting your asset selection. Your portfolio can therefore be managed according to your own criteria and risk appetite with the ability to choose and switch between sectors as well as investment groups. Through investing in the Portfolio Bond you can benefit from flexibility and protection in the event of death.
Details of the products available from SEB Life International are available from firstname.lastname@example.org. Please consult your professional adviser for further details.
The unique nature of each person's financial circumstances means that obtaining financial investment or taxation advice is imperative. SEB Life international does not give financial investment or taxation advice and therefore in order to select the product that is right for you, you must contact a professional adviser.
SEB Life International's website publishes daily fund prices, regular fund newsletters, information on fund returns and regular market comments.
All of our policies have minimum investment levels and you may invest by electronic transfer. The first step to making an investment should always be made by contacting your professional adviser.
- Information about us
- Product range information per territory
- Downloadable literature including brochures, information documents and forms
- Information about how to invest with us
- Daily Fund Prices & Performance figures
- Territory specific access to our range of fund factsheets
- Online policy valuations
All Irish based life assurance companies are tightly regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Ireland is a member of the European Union (EU) and the Irish regulatory system is fully in line with EU requirements. Detailed financial reports must be submitted to the Central Bank of Ireland periodically. Technical reserves must be maintained that match the total value of all liabilities to policyholders. A solvency margin over and above technical reserves must be held in respect of product lines. For more details please read the Guide to Financial Security & Policyholder Protection.
Existing policyholders can obtain policy valuations. Policyholders will be prompted to log on when accessing secure services. To log on to our secure site, please click here.
If you would like to register to have access to SEB Life International’s secure Website, please e-mail email@example.com who will organise your registration.
This website is regularly tested on the most popular browsers and operating systems. These include screen readers and PDAs (Personal Data Assistants). Customer feedback is important to us. If you discover a part of our website that has been difficult to use, please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have difficulty downloading PDF files? - If you are having difficulty downloading or viewing PDF files, here are a few options to assist you:
- Verify that you have a current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader
To determine the version of Adobe Acrobat, open Adobe from your desktop or start menu, click on 'Help', and then 'About Acrobat Reader'. Download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader free from the Adobe website (excluding your normal connection charges).
- Confirm your Adobe configuration
When accessing PDF files on the Web, you typically have two options:
(A) Open the PDF file within the browser window.
(B) Open the PDF file in Acrobat Reader as a separate application.
We recommend option (B) opening the PDF file in Acrobat Reader outside the browser window. If you continue to have difficulties downloading or viewing PDF files, please contact us and indicate the PDF problem you are encountering.