Danielle Warner

Danielle Warner Founder & CEO at Expat Insurance Pte Ltd

Having worked in the insurance industry for more than 15 years, six of which were spent in New York with AIG, Danielle founded Expat Insurance in Singapore in 2009 with an aim to educate and assist both corporate and private clients with their unique needs accompanied by superior customer service.

Named Young Professional of the Year 2012 at the Annual Business Awards hosted by the British Chamber of Commerce and nominated for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013, Danielle is an active member of the business community in Singapore through the British Chamber of Commerce, PrimeTime Business and Professional Women's Association, American Chamber of Commerce, American Association and the Financial Women’s Association and is a contributor to Straits Times, Maple Leaf Times, Expat Living and the Singapore American Newsletter.

A finalist in the Best Small Business Rising Star category at the Annual Business Awards in both 2011 and 2012, and having garnered a 2012 US Embassy Corporate Citizenship Award, Danielle has recently expanded services from Singapore to Hong Kong with an international team of adviser’s whose primary focus is to strategize, design, place and administer tailor-made Employee Benefit Programs for multinational corporations in the region.

Danielle’s recent publication BULLETPROOF: Building Better Employee Benefits is available on Amazon here.

At Expat Insurance (we welcome dozens of babies a month to the world!) we receive plenty of questions about little bundles and the insurance needed to cover them. Can you get medical insurance coverage for your baby from birth?

Not a weekend goes by without numerous social engagements taking place while living the expat life in ‘social Singapore’. Between the kiddies’ birthday celebrations, anniversaries, and the obligatory ‘welcome to Singapore’ barbeque by the condo pool, living the expat life in Singapore certainly comes with plenty of eating and socialising. Before you know it, you’ll be having in-depth personal conversations with newfound friends.  

As expats living far from home, we are naturally concerned with safety and protection. Fortunately for us, Singapore is known as a capital for quality healthcare. Knowing the costs of care here and being prepared in advance for any accidents, injuries or illness will mean your eyes don’t bulge when you’re handed a five-figure bill.

We live in a multichannel world. With the continued rise of smartphone technology and digital interactive means of communication, not everyone wants an emotional connection. Technologies can aid in the research and initial quotation of a proposed insurance policy, so once you submit a quote with us, we focus on good old-fashioned customer care, and make it very easy for you to reach a human.

Medical insurance for expats protects you from financial risk. Depending on the policy you select, it will cover the cost of hospitalization, including room and board, surgery, diagnostics/tests, and consultations plus maternity, prenatal, delivery, post-natal and newborn coverage.