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TrendsetterSM Super Series


TrendsetterSM Super 10, 20 and 30

The TrendsetterSM Super Series offers coverage at a level elected by you at competitive premiums. The policy also offers a choice of initial terms of 10, 20 or 30 years with guaranteed and level premiums to suit your needs. The premiums will then increase annually until insured's age 95.

With a high sum assured for a fixed term and your liquidity intact, you are offered the best of both worlds.

TrendsetterSM Super Series gives you:

  • Variety of choices: Choice of initial terms of 10, 20 or 30 years;
  • Competitive premium: Guaranteed and level premium at competitive rates during the selected initial term;
  • Guaranteed renewable to age 95: Guaranteed and level premium for the initial term, then premium increases annually until insured's age 95;
  • Continuity: Provides you with the flexibility to convert* your policy to a permanent life insurance policy if you need lifelong protection later.

A Transamerica distributor can explain all the details about our term life insurance policies and how they can help meet your objectives. For enquiries, please click here.

* If you have purchased the conversion rider together with your TrendsetterSM Super Series policy, you can convert your policy to a permanent life insurance policy that is made available by Transamerica Life (Bermuda) Ltd. at the time of the conversion. This option may be exercised any time before the end of the initial term or the insured's 70th birthday, whichever is earlier. 

Remarks:
TrendsetterSM Super 10 (Policy Form #6-606 67-113), TrendsetterSM Super 20 (Policy Form #6-604 67-113) and TrendsetterSM Super 30 (Policy Form #6-634 67-113) are term life insurance policies issued by Transamerica Life (Bermuda) Ltd., a company incorporated in Hamilton, Bermuda.
Premiums increase annually starting in year 11 for TrendsetterSM Super 10, in year 21 for TrendsetterSM Super 20, and in year 31 for TrendsetterSM Super 30. Policies are available in Hong Kong.
Insurance eligibility and premiums are subject to underwriting. In the event of suicide during the first two policy years, death benefits are limited only to the return of premiums paid.