Job challenging, rewarding – Graham
July 16, 2004
Job challenging, rewarding – Graham

For Harvey Graham, his 13-year stint in the insurance industry has been a rewarding but challenging one.
Today he not only relishes the financial rewards, but the satisfaction he gets from serving people and fulfilling promises he made. {{more}}
In 1991, Graham joined CLICO’s staff as a sales agent. He rose to unit manager shortly after, then raced to the top and was promoted to agency manager in 2000, after copping the top producer award on several occasions.
For his hard work and dedication Graham was rewarded with six top producer awards, five of which he won consecutively.
Among the accolades that have come Graham’s way is being a member of CLICO’s Leaders’ Club for the past six years. He holds the post of vice president. Graham is the only Vincentian to have qualified and attended the company’s international convention both in South Africa and Europe so far.
His laurels also include being in the Million-Dollar Round Table for four years. This is the premier association for insurance and financial professionals world wide. Graham is heartened by CLICO’s milestone – having its building in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He said he is elated not only for what the company and the agents achieved, but the fact that customers can do business in a more comfortable environment. Graham acknowledges that more information needs to be disseminated regarding the benefits of insurance and he stands ready to offer this service to the Vincentian community. His dream is that they will become more receptive to insurance services.
Over the years, Graham has served on many statutory boards, which have redounded to the benefit of youths. He hopes that more young people will make a career in the insurance industry.
“I am constantly on the lookout for individuals we can mould. I am always looking for people who want a rewarding career,” Graham pointed out.
He holds a distinction in Organizational Management and recently enrolled at Henley College in the United Kingdom to do an MBA.
Graham remains committed to CLICO, the insurance industry, and to serving the people. “I thank all my clients, family, friends, agents and God for the support over the years,” he mentioned.
Graham thinks that the insurance industry has been good to him and he has no regrets.