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FWD opens recruitment for Elite Next Gen program

FWD Life Insurance (FWD) is now recruiting a new batch of candidates for its Elite Next Gen program, a two-year full-time program that nurtures top-notch financial agency leaders. The program aims to develop a new generation of FWD insurance professionals to help secure the financial future of Filipinos.

The program also hopes to build the most productive, professional, and digitally connected advisory team in the Philippines. Its flexible, field-tested system will equip aspiring FWD financial advisors with all the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their careers.

The FWD Elite Next Gen program offers best-in-class training led by FWD’s experienced agency professionals, who will empower young talents to smoothly transition from being employed to becoming insurepreneurs. FWD will provide them with rigorous training and development comprised of both theoretical and practical training, mastery of selling and salesmanship, mastery of recruitment, agency building, and mega agency management – supported by leading technology platforms in the industry.

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The Elite Next Gen has enabled candidates to rise above their ranks and put them in a better position to elevate financial advisory in the Philippines. “In Elite Next Gen, we take the nobility of the insurance business to the highest level. From mission and execution, we escalate it to greater heights on a daily basis,” said Emil Lim, Financial Wealth Manager from the pilot batch of Elite Next Gen program.

In addition to the training, participants will also receive competitive compensation and incentives, including a health maintenance organization (HMO) plan and group life insurance. They will also have the opportunity to train at INSEAD, one of the world’s leading and largest graduate business schools, and learn fundamental skills in leadership and entrepreneurial strength.

FWD aims to produce 1,000 elite groups of financial advisors by 2024.