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Becoming an AIA Life Planner Could be the Best Decision of Your Career. Here’s Why.


Ever dreamed of working for yourself? Managing your own schedule? Being your own boss while benefitting from the expertise of one of the world’s biggest and most recognised brands? What about helping others live more fulfilling lives along the way? If you answered yes to any, or all, of these questions, then becoming an AIA Life Planner could be the perfect next move in your career.

Life as an AIA Life Planner

AIA Life Planner teams are the first-ever sales force in Cambodia’s life insurance industry to work full time, with all other insurance agents operating on just a part-time basis. The advantages to working in this manner are numerous.

AIA Life Planners are given instant access to world-class technology and best-in-class training, which has been designed to take new joiners step-by-step through initial onboarding and onwards into life as successful insurance agents. In fact, AIA Life Planners are given 318 hours of training versus the industry average of just 40 hours – setting them up for both personal and financial success.

As an AIA Life Planner, you are in control of how much you earn, and the sky really is the limit. You will be helped and encouraged to reach and exceed your quota each month and have a team of dedicated specialists helping you every step of the way. You could potentially earn thousands of dollars each month and, when you reach your targets, you will earn significant rewards along with generous bonuses and paid-for foreign trips to exciting locations across the globe.

World-Class Recognition

One of the biggest advantages of becoming an AIA Life Planner is attracting regional and international recognition for your success – something that will make you stand out in the crowd and provide a real boost for your career. AIA LPs have achieved numerous international accolades, including access to the illustrious Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT). MDRT membership is a recognition given only to the highest-performing finance professionals.

Ms. Keo Sochenda and Mr. Soung Sovannara are two of 19 AIA Cambodia LPs to have reached MDRT membership this year. They have also recently been shortlisted for awards in the prestigious 5th Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Awards – an annual show that recognises the leading performers in Asia’s life insurance and advisory industry.

The 5th Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Awards is organised each year by the Asia Insurance Review and Asia Advisers Network, with LIMRA as co-organiser, and AIA as its strategic partner. The panel of judges consists of CEOs, senior executives, industry leaders and other experts.

Ms. Keo Sochenda has been nominated for the Rookie Insurance Agent of the Year for her sterling performance, which has previously seen her become the only AIA Life Planner in the history of Cambodia’s life insurance industry to achieve the Court of Table (COT)—an international standard of excellence she achieved 2 years in a row and which is even more prestigious than the MDRT.

Mr. Soung Sovannara meanwhile has been nominated for the Rookie Insurance Agency Leader of the Year award. Based in AIA Cambodia’s recently launched Siem Reap office, Mr. Soung Sovannara has been recognised as one of the rising stars in Asia’s life insurance industry and is also one of the 19 AIA Cambodia LPs to reach MDRT status this year.

Becoming an AIA Cambodia Life Planner

AIA Cambodia is looking for the best, brightest and most driven young professionals to join AIA Life Planner teams and drive their careers to the next level. In return, AIA Cambodia is offering the potential for significant financial rewards, quarterly bonuses, regional and international recognition, and the chance to become your own CEO with the backing of one of the world’s largest brands.

It could be the best professional decision you ever make.

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