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This profile was last updated on 3/17/15  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Emmanuel F. Dooc

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Insurance Commissioner

 
Background

Employment History

  • Head
    Insurance Commission
  • Commissioner
    Insurance Commission
  • Chairman
    Insurance Commission

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Philippine Prudential Life Insurance Company, Inc.
www.philippineprudential.com, 17 Mar 2015 [cached]
Photo above shows Insurance Commissioner Hon. Emmanuel F. Dooc (right) awarding the Certificate of Authority to Philippine Prudential President and Chief Executive Officer Gregorio D. Mercado (left).Â
CMDC, Capital Market Development Council - Philippines
cmdc-phil.net, 9 July 2014 [cached]
Mr. Emmanuel Dooc Commissioner, Insurance Commission
CMDC, Capital Market Development Council - Philippines
cmdc-phil.net, 9 July 2014 [cached]
Atty. Emmanuel F. Dooc
Phil. Life Insurance Association (PLIA)
The government sees microinsurance as a ...
www.microinsurancenetwork.org, 10 Nov 2011 [cached]
The government sees microinsurance as a useful tool to help alleviate poverty and to ease the threats posed by accidents, illness, deaths, or any catastrophe, said Emmanuel Dooc, the head of the Insurance Commission.
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The government sees microinsurance as a useful tool to help alleviate poverty and to ease the threats posed by accidents, illness, deaths, or any catastrophe, said Emmanuel Dooc, the head of the Insurance Commission.
At present, about 3.1 million poor ...
nextbillion.net, 26 Mar 2012 [cached]
At present, about 3.1 million poor Filipinos have been covered by the government program on microinsurance since the project was started in 2010, said Emmanuel F. Dooc, chairman of the Insurance Commission, the government supervisory agency.
Microinsurance offers as low as P1 per day worth of buying one of the government-approved 59 microinsurance products, with the government wanting to cover the poor with the basic product BBK, for "Buhay, Bahay at Kabuhayan" (health and accident, house and livelihood), he said.
Or the premium could go higher but should not go beyond 5 percent of the total earning of a policyholder, he added.
A microinsurance policy could have an insurance coverage of P10,000 to as much as P200,000.
Dooc said the commission wanted to cover all the households in the population's 27 percent below the poverty level.
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