Who we are

Our brand

We strive to help customers get more from life with HASL Asia

Company background

HASL Asia enjoys a unique blend of Eastern and Western heritage inherited from our Mainland China and UK background

Awards and recognition

Heng An Standard Life Asia earns industry recognition for its professional services and products

What we offer

Investment-linked insurance plans

Our investment-linked insurance plan may help you capture market potential and cater for your insurance needs



Enjoy peace of mind for you and your family with extensive health coverage

Refundable Critical Illness Insurance Plan

Help and support

Interest rate

Calculate the interest rate from a range of currencies and dates

Exchange rate

Calculate the exchange rate from a range of currencies and dates

Download hub

Access forms to switch policies, sign up for investments, change personal information

Payment methods

Choose your preferred way to pay for policies, investments, and more


Need more clarity? Read our selected list of questions to guide your understanding

Go green

Go green, go paperless Support environmental friendliness by moving away from paper to electronic notices

Investment information

Professional investment management

Our investment-linked insurance plans offer a wide range of investment choices linked to underlying funds managed by reputable investment managers

Notice in relation to investment choices

Stay fully informed on your investments with the up-to-date notices

Our Investment Choices

Investment involves risks. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. For details of the risk factors, fees and charges of the plan, please refer to the offering documents of the relevant plan.


Hong Kong New Capital Investment Entrant Scheme

Committed to offering more with wealth-focused insurance solutions, catering to customers’ financial needs under the New CIES

Education series

Gain more understanding about your insurance with our guides, from basic principles to managing investments over the long term

Market watch

Follow trends and get the latest information about various industry sectors and behaviours


A lexicon of insurance-related words to help aid your understanding



More clarity


Collection of Levy

Q: What is Levy?

A: Starting from 1 January 2018, the Insurance Authority of Hong Kong will impose by law a levy on the premium payment(s) of the policy payable by the policyholder(s). The levy is payable to the Insurance Authority and does not form part, and is independent, of any fees or charges payable by the policyholder(s) under their policy.

Read more: https://www.ia.org.hk/en/aboutus/role/financial_arrangements.html

Making and application

Q: Who can I contact if I have a question about a vacancy?

A: You can email us at [email protected]

Business hours are Monday to Friday, 9am – 5:30pm.

Once you’ve applied

Q: Can I update my CV or other details?

A: Yes, just contact us at [email protected] if you wish to update your application details.

Q: Will I get feedback on my application?

A: We don’t offer feedback at the application stage. If you didn’t get the job after interview, you can ask for feedback then.


Q: What should I expect at the interview?

A: Most interviews are conducted with at least two interviewers, usually the hiring manager and a recruitment consultant. You’ll find more information about interviews in the recruitment process section.

Q: What happens if I’m on holiday?

A: Where possible we’ll try to reschedule your interview.

Q: I didn’t save a copy of the job advert - how can I get a copy?

A: Email to [email protected] and ask us to send you a copy.

If we make you an offer

Q: How long do I have before making a decision?

A: We’ll ask you to return your signed acceptance within five working days.

Q: Once I’ve received my offer, should I immediately resign from my current role?

A: This very much depends on you. You should be aware that our first offer is conditional on you passing our pre-employment checks. If you have any doubt about your references, financial probity or criminality checks then you should not resign until these checks are complete. If you’re sure that these checks will be clear then you should resign whenever suits you.

Pre-employment checks

Q: How long does it take to carry out pre-employment checks?

A: Up to 7 working days for critical check items. When these checks are complete we’ll confirm a suitable start date. The full pre-employment checks are expected to complete within 15 working days.

Q: What happens if my pre-employment checks are unsatisfactory?

A: We might withdraw our offer of employment. This is decided on an individual basis.