Global health service company Cigna has partnership with Saudi Arabian Insurance Company (Damana) to roll out its Chronic Conditions Management program in the region.
The program is designed to help insured members better manage chronic
RSA, a leading provider of insurance services in the region, has shifted its Bahrain office to a new location in Al Seef District, a business hub that hosts most of RSA’s customers and partners.
The insurer inaugurated the n
Lloyd’s, a global leader in specialist insurance and reinsurance market, has marked its first year in Dubai by signing a framework for co-operation with the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA).
It is aimed at promoting
More than 300 takaful industry leaders from the Middle East, East Asia, Europe and Africa convened at the ongoing World Takaful Conference (WTC) in Dubai, UAE.
The 11th edition of the conference will conclude o
Bahrain-based Saudi National Insurance Company (SNIC) has reported 33 per cent increase in gross written premium (GWP) at BD18.68 million ($49.2 million) for the year ended December 31 when compared with BD14.09 million for the previous year,
Iran's legal vetting body has approved a bill that will see female victims of road traffic accidents paid the same compensation as men, in a small step towards gender equality in the conservative Islamic country.
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Solidarity Group Holding has successfully closed the merger between its Jordanian subsidiary, First Insurance Company and Yarmouk Insurance Company, Jordanian industry's first merger in 25 years.
A pioneering insurance scheme targeting the GCC’s transport and logistics sector has been initiated by Bahrain’s main business association, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Al Ahlia Insurance Company has reported a net loss of BD622,699 ($1.65 million) for last year as against a profit of BD1.6 million for the year 2014, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Takaful Emarat, the DFM-listed, shariah-compliant life and health takaful provider, has posted net profit of Dh10.21 million ($2.7 million) for last year, up 42 per cent, as compared to Dh7.18 million the previous year.