Established in 2018, Golden Future Life Plans aims to be the leading death care plan provider in the Philippines. As part of the Villar Group of Companies, we are founded on strength and stability. We design our plans to deliver the most value for your hard-earned money.
Golden Future Life Plans is owned by Former Senate President Manny Villar, a successful public servant and even more successful businessman who understands the plight of the Filipino family.
Golden Future Life Plans is comprised of dedicated death care practitioners with a common understanding of care and service. Together, we envision a Golden Future for every Filipino family.
Cost is not a question of numbers, but a question of value. It is not what we can cut out, but what we can save on. We are learning because we know that success does not depend on the number of people, but on the number of ideas, and the brilliance of those ideas. We are not cost-conscious to increase our profit margins but to guarantee that we have sufficient resources for tomorrow. It is not just the cost to us that we must concern ourselves with, but the cost to our customers as well.
Synergy is one of a corporation’s greatest assets. The solitary genius is nice, but teams are stronger. We have a common goal, and we need each other to get there. We have each other’s back. We have the Company’s back.
We need to be trustworthy, and we need to be trusted. There must be integrity and reliability in our word, and our character. Honesty necessitates dependability, fairness, probity, and holding on to high principles. It is the only way we can believe in each other and our customers can believe in us.
Every day, we step into the battlefield knowing we are well equipped. We are a crack team. Better trained. Better skilled. Better motivated. The competition is there for two reasons: to learn from and to knock out. We owe it to ourselves to keep building muscle, and we owe it our customers to keep fighting
Our future is wrapped up in our customers – along with their dreams, their hopes, their lives. We must become part of their community – and their families. What they need is as important as what we do. It is what drives what we do. To them, we will always listen. From them, we will always learn. They are the reason we exist.