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About Desjardins

Desjardins insurance products include life insurance (term, whole life, universal life, and accidental insurance), health and critical illness coverage (complementary health care, disability and long-term care.

Desjardins Financial is among the most trusted insurance companies in Canada, with a specialization in financially related products.

Desjardins Group

The history of Desjardins Group is thoroughly intertwined with that of modern Quebec. For over 100 years now, the development of the Desjardins network and the diversification of its activities paralleled the social and economic boom of the province. Desjardins, one of the biggest financial groups in Canada today, has always been true to the philosophy of its founder: to contribute to the well-being of individuals and communities.

Their insurance products include life insurance (term, whole life, universal life, and accidental insurance), health and critical illness coverage (complementary health care, disability and long-term care), loans and lines of credit (mortgages, personal loans, and credit card insurance), accidental and travel insurance, insurance for self-employed individuals, and group insurance. The company’s financial products include carefully selected guaranteed deposits, multi-strategy investments, and segregate funds.

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