Solidarity wins two top Mena awards
Manama, January 30, 2011
Solidarity General Takaful company was named Bahrain Insurer of the Year and for the second time running, the best Takaful Insurer of the Year at the MENA Insurance Awards Ceremony held recently in Dubai.
The awards are hosted by Mena Insurance Review magazine, a highly-regarded business title.
“We are delighted to have been named Bahrain Insurer of the Year and for the second consecutive year the best Takaful Insurer,” said Solidarity chief executive Ashraf Bseisu.
“The awards serve to further reinforce our long-standing commitment and drive to better serve our clients, to whom we owe these awards in the first place,” he said.
“The awards are a reflection of the high level of recognition that Solidarity has attained, amongst both its peers and its clients, as both a leading insurer in Bahrain and a leading Takaful insurer in the region,” said Bseisu.-TradeArabia News Service
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