PNB Allianz PNB Life Insurance Inc. extended their support to the Paris Olympians and Paralympians after signing an agreement with the Philippine Sports Commission in Makati City. Chairman Richard Bachmann, together with Executive Director Paulo Francisco Tatad, formalized the deal with AZPNB President and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Gross.

AZPNBL supports Pinoy athletes

June 22, 2024 Robert Andaya 336 views

THE Allianz PNB Life (AZPNBL) is proud to support the Paris-Olympics-bound Filipino athletes.

As part of its support, AZPNBLwill provide insurance coverage to the athletes who will compete in the Paris Olympics and Paralympics.

Allianz PNB Life president and chief executive officer Joseph Gross and Philippine Sports Commission chairman Richard Bachmann formally signed the agreement during the send-off ceremony at the Makati Diamond Residences last Thursday.

“Inspired by Olympic pole vaulter and Allianz ambassador EJ Obiena, we at Allianz PNB Life, believe in taking action, pushing beyond our limits, and striving for greatness. As one of the leading insurance companies in the Philippines, we believe that success isn’t just about talent -it’s also about direction,” said Gross.

“That’s why we’re committed to securing your future and helping you leap towards your financial goals. Whether you are an athlete, entrepreneur, or a dedicated professional with big dreams, AZPNBL is behind you with the inspiration and financial guidance you need to make it happen.”

AZPNBL is now leading the initiatives to rally public support for the athletes with the battlecry “Lakas Pinoy, let’s leap to greatness” which denotes the enduring spirit of Filipino athletes and Filipino pride.

“We hope Filipinos will unite in rallying behind our athletes. As a nation, let’s show our athletes how much we believe in them. Lakas ng Pinoy,” Gross said.

Also in attendance are Tokyo Olympics medalist Nesthy Petecio and Carlo Paalam in boxing; SEA Games champions Vanessa Sarno and Elreen Ann Ando in weightlifting; and ASEAN Para Games gold medalists Ernie Gawilan and Angel Otom in swimming, and Cendy Asusano in athletics.