The Insurance Association of Sri Lanka (IASL) has announced that the annual National Forum for Life Insurance Advisors (NAFLIA) will be held on August 17, at the BMICH.
Held for the eighth consecutive year, the forum will bring professional experts and members of the life insurance industry from all across the country.
Gracing the event as the chief guest will be Insurance Board of Sri Lanka (IBSL) Chairperson Indrani Sugathadasa with renowned Sensei International Management Consultant Professor Ajantha Dharmasiri attending as guest of honour and keynote speaker.
This year’s forum will be based on the theme, ‘Towards the day all Sri Lankans are insured – Are we ready?’ The purpose of the NAFLIA is to provide the life insurance fraternity with an opportunity to share key insights and knowledge on the importance of innovation to gain customer loyalty as well as to gather different perspectives from experts in the industry. The forum will make up a day of speeches, panel discussions and entertainment items, ensuring that attendees will be able enjoy a day rich with knowledge and inspiration.
Sugathdasa will deliver the first of the principal speeches, followed by keynote speaker Professor Dharmasiri and motivational speaker Roshan Mahanama.
The day’s events also consist of three panel discussions. All of which will discuss topics in relation to the forum’s main theme. The first will be made up of leaders of the industry, who will examine the challenges and possibilities, while the second panel will be formed by the industry’s service leaders, providing an inside perspective of preparing for ‘the day all Sri Lankans are insured’ and the third panel composed of top achievers/MDRT winners, who will discuss the breaking of barriers.
“The purpose of the NAFLIA is mainly to remind insurance advisors of the significant role played by the insurance industry in a country’s society and economy and to arm them with the inspiration and knowledge they need to ensure the evolution and spread of awareness about life insurance throughout Sri Lanka,” stated IASL President Deepthi Lokuarachchi.
“The purpose of the MSF is to aid the IASL in ensuring the spread of insurance awareness, thus making sure that the Sri Lankan insurance industry grows in strength and numbers,” said IASL Marketing and Sales Forum Chairman Hashra Weerawardena.
“Therefore, we find great pride in organising the National Forum for Life Insurance Advisors for the eighth consecutive year.”