Metropolitan, a leading financial services and healthcare company in South Africa, has over a century's worth of experience in providing clients with affordable and innovative insurance, cover and investment solutions.
Whether you're buying your first home, saving for your child's education, planning for your retirement or needing funeral cover for a loved one, Metropolitan has an appropriate and flexible financial solution to meet your unique needs. Our team of dedicated representatives is committed to guiding you in understanding each aspect and benefit of your policy, as well as finding the best solution to suit your pocket.
In the corporate health space, Metropolitan offers worksite financial wellness programmes, medical scheme administration, managed care services and health risk management.
We are committed to delivering on our promises and have built a solid reputation with our clients, who trust us to enhance their financial wellbeing through partnering with them on their lifelong journey.
For a better future, partner with Metropolitan.
Give your loved ones a dignified funeral with one of Metropolitan's funeral plans. Get cover of up to R50 000 without medical tests.
Cover for life events that may affect your or your family's lifestyle.
Grow your money with our range of flexible and affordable savings plans.
Cover yourself against unexpected costs should you be hospitalised
Save for a more comfortable retirement in a tax-efficient way in South Africa, or preserve your savings to receive retirement income with annuities.
Diabetes tsunami threatens SA workplaces Released on 17 November 2014
Diabetes – a non-communicable disease (NCD) directly linked to an individual’s background, lifestyle and environment. A disease considered to be preventable. So why is there an emerging global epidemic? The World Health Organisation predicts that Diabetes will become a leading global killer in the next 25 years – and South Africa is no exception. Recent data from the Council for Medical Schemes shows an alarming rise in lifestyle diseases over a five-year period, with the prevalence of type 2 Diabetes increasing by a staggering 84%.