AIG Seeks Top Talent to Support Growing Asian-American Market
RESTON, VA, June 4, 2016 — American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG), a global leader in life insurance and annuities, held a recruiting seminar at its office in Reston, Virginia, seeking candidates to join its career distribution channel for life insurance and retirement solutions. Candidates who speak Asian languages, including Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and South Asian dialects, were able to discuss career opportunities with the network, which provides competitive, in-language support for financial professionals.
“AIG is committed to serving the growing number of Asian-American consumers in the U.S.,” said Elaine Liu, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Asian Markets. “We’ve made great strides in the past year building comprehensive support for financial professionals to launch or advance their careers. We’re actively recruiting and exploring ways to partner with prominent, experienced financial professionals while also supporting new, aspiring agents who want to build lifelong careers in financial services.”
As part of AIG’s Asian-American markets initiative, the network has enhanced its in-language underwriting and case management abilities, and employed talented bilingual professionals to serve policy holders and clients through its new, concierge-level customer support center.
“We have served as a launch pad for many financial professionals’ careers, while providing them with a flexible yet rewarding lifestyle,” said Bo Sun, Managing Director. “At the DC firm, our goal is to develop talent while supporting our financial professionals with the right resources and training, both locally and from corporate, to help them succeed in this industry.”
As a global insurance organization that traces its roots back to the establishment of a small insurance agency in China nearly a century ago, AIG is committed to helping consumers learn more about the role of permanent life insurance. Our Quality of Life … Insurance® product suite – also known as “life insurance you don’t have to die to use” – centers on flexible solutions designed to address multiple, evolving consumer needs, such as living too long (outliving retirement income), dying too soon (before the financial needs of loved ones have been met), or getting sick along the way (with a costly chronic illness).