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Social Responsibility


Because they are our future, Ancoria believes in investing in children and their education. With this aim, we use our strength as a company to provide opportunities to gifted children from disadvantaged backgrounds.


Our charitable nature dates back many years to 1991, when Sievert Larsson, one of the company founders, visited Thailand. Having seen first-hand the poverty and limited opportunities available to young children he actively sought to bring about change.

He came into contact with Phra Peter, a Thai Ordained Monk, who made it his life mission to help Thai students in need. Having exchanged a few letters with Phra Peter, Sievert decided to direct his charitable contributions to supporting this worthy goal.

In 2007, Sievert set up The Sievert Larsson Scholarship Foundation.

Through this foundation, Ancoria donates its profits to help children in need and to further their education. In partnership with other foundations such as SET and New Life Centre, thousands of children have had the chance to gain an education, reach their full potential, and become better world citizens.

For more information or if you would like to help this cause, visit:

Create Your Future Foundation

The Sievert Larsson Scholarship Foundation

The SET Foundation

New Life Center Foundation

Ancoria is an established Insurance Company, founded in 1987. The Company services the saving and investment requirements of an extensive list of international clients by specialising in customised and carefully designed Life Insurance Policies that are underpinned by investment opportunities in a wide range of funds, structured products and equity trading.
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Ancoria Insurance
P.O. Box 23415
1683 Nicosia

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At Ancoria, we believe in investing in children and their education as they are the future of this world. We thus aim to use our strength as a company to provide opportunities to gifted students from disadvantaged backgrounds.