What Is an Insurance Policy Period?

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An insurance policy period is the time frame during which an insurance policy is effective. Based on chapter IV, article 7 in INDONESIAN MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE STANDARD POLICY, it is a condition precedent to liability under this policy, that any premium payable shall have been paid off and actually received in full by the Insurer, in the event of:

insurance period of 30 (thirty) days or more, then settlement of premium payment shall be conducted within a period of 14 (fourteen) calendar days as of the date of inception of this Policy;

such insurance period is less than 30 (thirty) days, settlement of premium payment shall be conducted at the time of issuance of Policy.

In case the Insured fails to fulfill the liabilities as referred to in paragraph  above, this Policy shall be automatically terminated without issuing cancellation endorsement starting from the expiry of the grace period and the Insurer shall be discharged from any liability there from.

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Whistleblowing System

In order to support Good Corporate Governance, especially in the implementation of the Anti-Bribery Management System within the Company, Sahabat Insurance  provides a channel for conveying information regarding indications/allegations of integrity deviations which can result in fraud, abuse, corruption, collusion, nepotism, gratuities, price inflation. or budget, bribery, money laundering, embezzlement, extortion, and other conflicts of interest that will/have been committed by employees or Company Business Partners.

Reporting of violations is addressed to the Whistleblowing Team and submitted in writing via the whistleblowing media as follows [email protected];

Whistle blowers can report indications/allegations of violations through the Whistleblowing System with the following terms and conditions:

  • Include valid evidence in the form of data, clear information on the occurrence of violations in connection with the indications/allegations of irregularities previously mentioned.
  • Reports are made in good faith and are not a complaint against a person, a particular company or slander.
  • The reporter must provide complete information about his identity to facilitate communication including full name, telephone number or email address where he can be contacted.

Sahabat Insurance maintains the confidentiality of reporting data from unauthorized parties and provides:
• The confidentiality of the identity of the reporting person is ensured as well as
• The confidentiality of the information.