Malayan Insurance: rising above challenges with its agents

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James Deakin, Malayan Insurance’s newest brand ambassador

A TOTAL of 67 agents and agency business partners were recognized by Malayan Insurance Co. Inc. in its first virtual agents’ awards event.

Malayan Insurance President and Chief Executive Officer Paolo Abaya described the event as “an event like no other.”

“The accomplishments we celebrate today are probably the hardest fought and hardest won because of the pandemic,” Abaya said during the virtual awards ceremony hosted by its newest ambassador, James Deakin.

Of the total agents and agencies recognized, 34 formed the El Circulo Rizal Qualifier Awardees and 33 for the Institutional Award winners.

Malayan Insurance also raffled off gift certificates for the participants during the event.

The pandemic brought economies across the globe to its knees, including that of the Philippines. Despite the lockdowns and restrictions, Malayan Insurance agents managed to provided relevant insurance protection to its clients.

Meanwhile, Malayan Insurance Chairperson Helen Dee expressed her optimism as economies are forecast to recover in a post-pandemic world.

Dee challenged the agents and business partners to hit production goals as the engines of growth hit up.

In her closing remarks, Malayan Insurance Vice Chairperson Yvonne Yuchengco described 2020 as “a year full of tears and fears, victors and triumphs.”

“In 2021, we will become stronger and better because Malayan and you will work together to become a stronger agency force,” Yuchengco said.

Malayan Insurance is a member of the Yuchengco Group of Companies.

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