This year's Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Awards (ATLAA), the region's most prestigious Awards recognising the best in financial advisory with an independently audited judging process, is now open for nominations.
This year's Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Awards (the Awards) ceremony on 26 July saw 16 winners from seven markets celebrated for their contributions to the life insurance industry. The winners were chosen from 65 finalists shortlisted from 222 nominations from 12 markets. Due to the uncertain nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the organisers have chosen to hold the awards presentation virtually.
A total of 65 finalists have been named for the 7th Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Awards. The finalists emerged from 12 markets and 33 different companies across Asia.
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For conceptualising and implementing strategies including establishing a systematic agent training platform to transform the company's sales force; for helping the company innovate through introduction of new policies and cooperation with a local university; and for spearheading sustainable philanthropy and public services.
For empowering its agents with digital tools during the pandemic; for helping its customers and the community manage and overcome the challenges of the pandemic; and for supporting Singapore's efforts to upskill the financial sector workforce.
For creating systems that educate the company's agents and spreads the experience of standout agents; for coming up with marketing tools that help agents raise customer awareness of insurance, and for coming up with a methodology that allows agents to communicate insurance concepts more completely.
For going the extra mile to take care of her clients and raise support for those in need during a pandemic; for giving back to the industry by providing guidance for new agents; and for building strong relationships that have seen her stand by her clients across multiple generations.
For his continued efforts over many years to improving the image of the industry and its agents; for sharing his knowledge and experience through books and workshops which benefitted agents and other professionals; and for working to address industry issues while maintaining the highest levels of performance.
For helping his unit achieve excellent long-term performance via recruiting and giving lectures on business topics; for sharing his experience managing agencies and sales teams with less experienced sales managers; and for outstanding leadership which has seen many of his subordinates qualify for Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT).
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