Fairfirst Agents Leading Industry With Highest Pass Marks

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 12:10 AM Jun 7 2021

At the 2021 Sri Lanka Insurance Institute Examinations, held by the Sri Lanka Insurance Institute (SLII), Fairfirst Agents have been leading the General Insurance industry with best results by recording a pass rate of 100% compared to the industry average of 55% in April.

This industry beating pass mark for Fairfirst Agents comes on the heels of the Company recording a pass rate of 73% compared to the industry average of 67% in March and a pass rate of 82% compared to the industry average of 78% in January. SLII operates as the only accredited body to licensed Insurance Agents in Sri Lanka.

 In this light, they are the sole educational body forged with several affiliations including, The Chartered Insurance Institute of London and the Insurance Institute of India to offer a broad range of recognised qualifications at Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma levels for Insurers.

 With a mission of enhancing the efficiency, progression and general development among personnel engaged or employed in insurance in Sri Lanka, SLII endures its commitment to pursuing professional excellence. 

Commenting on the success of the agents, Manjari Kumarage - Head of Human Resources, Fairfirst Insurance states, ‘We at Fairfirst focus on attracting and nurturing the quality of our employees. As a company that is driven by fairness, I am very pleased to say that with such outstanding results and on a consecutive basis, proves true to our core values of empathy, authenticity, transparency and social responsibility. 

I wish our Agents success and future Agents to progress with fairness.” Anil Fonseka – National Head of Agency Sales Force Management, Fairfirst Insurance said, ‘Congratulations to our Agents for their commitment and optimism in helping us be the best. 

Our organisation challenge is to support and empower talented individuals and convert them into business leaders. I believe that a company’s best awards are its people as they are the ones to bring fairness in our dealings in turn emphasizing what the company stands for.’

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 12:10 AM Jun 7 2021

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