LEADING financial services company Allianz PNB Life launched its agency distribution channel and the first Bancassurance Life Track station in the Visayas in Bacolod City Friday.
The launch, which is part of the firm’s efforts to accelerate its presence in Negros Occidental’s capital city, was announced in a press conference by Raoul Littaua, chief distribution officer; Carol Bernas, chief bancassurance officer; Noel Allorenco, chief agency officer; and William Suner, bancassurance regional business manager for Visayas.
Allianz PNB Life will hold an agency career event on October 25 at SMX Convention Center Bacolod.
“We are on recruitment mode to grow our agency in Bacolod. We offer the Allianz Life Changer opportunity program to attract both young and old entrepreneur-minded individuals to consider an exciting career with Allianz,” Littaua said.
The Allianz Life Changer Program is a new way of thinking about what it means to work with Allianz PNB Life. It is having the mindset of building a business as a trusted financial partner of Filipinos, to change their lives for the better.
“We have an agency office in Iloilo City, and soon by year-end, our office in Bacolod City is already open. The Iloilo office is currently serving as our Visayas hub,” Littaua further said.
The Allianz Life Changer program is the first agency structure in the Philippines that empowers all levels to become leaders, so Life Changers have a better opportunity of attaining a changed life for the better.
“We empower the entrepreneurial mindset. In the business of changing Filipinos lives, Allianz PNB Life will give the agent the courage to move forward by empowering him to become a leader so that they can live a changed life. We make the noble business profitable and easier for them,” Littaua added.
In a press statement, Allianz PNB Life president Olaf Kliesow said they offer the Life Changer career opportunity program to Negrenses and make them agents of change.
“Next week, Allianz starts to embark on a series of major activities to promote Life Changer. We are optimistic that more Bacolodians will consider becoming a ‘Life Changer,’” he added. (NLG)