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Ceylinco Life produces country’s first MDRT Life Member

Nihal Champika Fernando

Ceylinco Life has produced the first Sri Lankan to be designated a ‘Life Member’ of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) by achieving the stipulated sales targets for 10 consecutive years.

Nihal Champika Fernando, Senior Sales Promotions Manager of the Wennappuwa branch of Ceylinco Life has brought honour to Sri Lanka by participating at MDRT, the elite forum of the world’s top life insurance sales professionals for 10 years, a company statement said. Fernando, who joined Ceylinco Life in 1990 as a Sales Consultant has won many accolades during his career for performance excellence. He first qualified to the MDRT in 1993 for his sales performance of the previous year and was the first Sri Lankan to attend the forum.

“It is very rewarding to get into a profession like life insurance where I can use my abilities to the fullest,” says Mr Fernando, a father of three. “I am glad to bring honour to my company which helped me to sharpen my talents and to achieve success in life.”

The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), the premier association of financial Professionals, is an international, independent association of more than 35,000 members, or less than one percent, of the world's most successful life insurance and financial services professionals from 476 companies in 76 nations and territories. MDRT members demonstrate exceptional professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct and outstanding client service.

MDRT membership is recognized internationally as the standard of sales excellence in the life insurance and financial services business.

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