Life insurance policies

When a life insurance policy comes to a term, the funds invested can be received by the beneficiary as a lump sum or as an annuity. In the event of death, the funds can be paid to the beneficiary. Life insurance policies are easy to set up and are a great way to combine saving and giving to charity.

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TAKING OUT A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY IN SUPPORT OF THE INSTITUT PASTEUR 

This is a simple, quick and effective way to help research.

The Institut Pasteur can be designated as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. It is important to indicate clearly the beneficiary's name: if there is a mistake or if the beneficiary is not indicated clearly and in full, the beneficiary might not receive the funds.

HOW CAN I MAKE THE INSTITUT PASTEUR THE DESIGNATED BENEFICIARY OF MY LIFE INSURANCE POLICY?

As for a will, you need to indicate: "the Institut Pasteur, whose head office is in Paris (15th) at 25, rue du Docteur Roux".

This will ensure that the Institut Pasteur can receive the proceeds of the life insurance policy quickly and without any difficulties.

Since life insurance policies are not capped, they are a great way to generously support the Institut Pasteur.

Reference documents

Activity 2015

2015 Activity Report

Annual reports

The Institut Pasteur Annual Reports archives

L'essentiel des comptes 2015 - Institut Pasteur

Financial Report and Accounts

La Lettre de l'Institut Pasteur - Institut Pasteur

La lettre de l'Institut Pasteur

 

 

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