Great Eastern ~ Chen Mei Lin Group ~ Million Dollar Agency

Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad is the oldest and largest insurance company in Malaysia. With a hundred years of experience in solid financial foundation and innovative infrastructure, Great Eastern Life Assurance (as at 31 Dec 2005) has assets in excess of RM26 billion.
Agent Chen Mei Lin joined Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad in year 1998. In year 2000, she was promoted as Great Eastern Unit Sales Manager (USM) and immediately became the top ten USM in Malaysia the following year. She qualified for her first Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) in year 2002. She was then promoted as Great Eastern Group Sales Manager (GSM) in year 2003 and she was the youngest GSM in Great Eastern Malaysia history.
The Chen Mei Lin Agency in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was established in 2003 and has been awarded "Million Dollar Agency" since then.

Great Eastern Does Not Expect Much Impact From US and Europe's Financial Woes

KUALA LUMPUR: The sovereign financial woes of the United States and the Euro zone will not have a negative impact on Great Eastern group's premium income this year, says Group Chief Executive Officer, Christopher Wei.

He said the group had totally exited from the US treasury bonds but still had some investments in the US corporate bonds.

Great Eastern expects Malaysian market to be more resilient than peers

KUALA LUMPUR: Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Bhd expects the Malaysian stock market to be more resilient than its regional peers due to the elections.

Its chief investment officer Richard Lin said on Thursday, March 31 Malaysia's valuations were not excessive based on 2011 earnings, macro growth and historical average trading.

Great Eastern bond sale oversubscribed

GREAT Eastern Life Assurance Company Limited enjoyed robust demand for its first ever bond sale on Wednesday with private banks snapping up half the issue.

The Great Eastern Holdings (GEH) subsidiary said that it received $1.2 billion of orders for its maiden issue of $400 million subordinated fixed rate notes, targeted at Asian institutional and sophisticated investors.

The $400 million notes is the first tranche of a $1 billion multicurrency medium-term note programme announced by GEH on Monday.