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Become an Advisor

As a Reliance Nippon Life Insurance Advisor, the sky is not the limit - you can go beyond.
India’s largely under-insured population of ~130 Crore and a large and fast-growing economy presents unprecedented opportunities for insurance advisors. The delivery of protection and saving solutions to such a large, under-insured population with fast growing incomes requires the country to develop a large team of professionally trained insurance advisors.

Over the last 15 years, the market has grown significantly creating flourishing careers for insurance advisors. Many of our advisors have scaled personal, social and professional highs through their association with us.

At Reliance Nippon Life Insurance, we do not create insurance agents, we focus on developing Financial Advisors. Our advisors play an important role in the lives of our customers in the way they create personalized financial plans and deliver on these.

Opportunities for Reliance Advisors

  • Earn Long term annual income without extra efforts

  • Learn at various Domestic and International Training Conventions

  • Maintain flexible work hours

  • Earn attractive commissions on every sale

  • Opportunity to become a full-time sales manager

  • Achieve social, personal and professional recognitions

  • Earn good profits

  • Establish independent service without investment

It is said that "seeing is believing", we say "experiencing is believing".
Join the Reliance Nippon Life Insurance Company - One of the Largest Insurers.

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Million Dollar Round Table

The Million Dollar Round Table, abbreviated MDRT is a trade association formed in 1927 to help insurance salespeople and financial advisors improve their business practices and increase sales. The name comes from the fact that the founders had each logged sales of more than $1,000,000 in the year the organization was formed. They focus on improving technical knowledge and selling ability as well as maintaining ethical standards in an oft-maligned industry. Their programs and philosophies are one of the early forbears and focus on personal and professional development of their members, while enforcing a strict code of ethics.
MDRT promotes the "Whole Person" (formerly "Whole Man") concept, which was first presented to MDRT by the philosopher Mortimer Adler. According to Adler, "Whole Persons are engaged in a lifetime quest to achieve balance and congruity in all aspects of their lives and continually seek to develop their full human potential." The seven areas balanced by a "Whole Person" are family, health, education, career, and service, financial and spiritual.

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