The suspended “salakot” or native hat in yellow gold symbolizes the protective value of insurance for life and property whether in air, over land specifically in the three major islands of the country: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao as represented by the three stars – as well as in marine waters represented by the blue waves. The yellow gold color is for abundance while blue stands for peace and tranquility.

As is common in the coat of arms of the various government agencies, two sea lions also appear symbolizing vigilance and alertness in carrying out the mandated objectives. Just like other agencies of government, therefore, the Insurance Commission is also committed to pursue with relentless efforts its policies, programs and projects to ensure the growth of the insurance industry for national economic development.