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About Aetna International

Aetna International Inc. is the parent of a group of entities in various locations worldwide.

Privacy notices

We are committed to protecting the privacy of your information. Read the detailed privacy policies for our health plans.

US based plans 

US based plans (English)
US based plans (Spanish)
US based plans – Cayman Islands & Bermuda (English)

Using this website

Read about our website terms and conditions and how we use cookies.

Website Terms and Conditions

Cookie Policy

Our commitment to ethics and the law

Our Code of Conduct and compliance policies guide our actions every day. Our businesses must comply with all laws, regulations and rules in the United States and other countries where we do business.

Anti-Bribery Policy and Code of Ethics

Anti-Money Laundering Policy

Modern Slavery Statement

Aetna International will not tolerate modern day slavery and human trafficking whether in its own  business or in those organisations that it deals with.   

Aetna International will not knowingly support or deal with any  business involved  in slavery or trafficking. Aetna International’s UK companies, Aetna Insurance Company Limited and Aetna Global Benefits (UK) Limited, are required by UK law to produce a statement setting out the steps they have taken to ensure there is no modern slavery in their own business and their supply chains.

UK Modern Slavery Act Statement

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Canadian Branch LIMAT Ratio Public Disclosure

Notice for Canadian Policy Holders: Public disclosure of the Life Insurance Adequacy Margin Test (LIMAT) for the Canadian Branch of Aetna Life Insurance Company.

2023 LIMAT Ratios public disclosure document
2022 LIMAT Ratios public disclosure document
2021 LIMAT Ratios public disclosure document
2020 LIMAT Ratios public disclosure document
2019 LIMAT Ratios public disclosure document

Aetna UK Tax Strategy Disclosure

Aetna is required under the UK Finance Act 2016 to publish a document disclosing its strategy for tax compliance and tax risk management. The Aetna UK Tax Strategy disclosure  document has been approved by the Board of Directors of Aetna Insurance Company Limited, Aetna Global Benefits UK Limited and Aetna Global Benefits Europe Limited. The Disclosure will be reviewed annually with all significant amendments approved by the respective Board of Directors. 

Aetna UK Tax Strategy Disclosure

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