RSA wins five Mena Insurance Awards
Dubai, February 3, 2011
RSA, a leading global insurer, won five awards at the Mena Insurance Awards event held in Dubai recently.
In the first award won, RSA was recognized for its success in the Personal Lines category. This was thanks to RSA’s dedicated business unit that continued to deliver market leading exceptional levels of service, products, online solutions and growth in a challenging market, a statement said.
In the Commercial Lines category, RSA was commended for the introduction of its range of products to all segments of the market, including small, mid-size and large corporate clients. Online solutions, including e-Cargo for Marine risks, and the use of risk management and proactive claims management, were integral to RSA’s success.
RSA also won the Product Innovation of the Year, for introducing its SME Business Comprehensive, a leading market insurance package designed to meet the needs of UAE businesses.
Finally, RSA was awarded the inaugural titles of UAE Insurer of the Year and Oman Insurer of the Year.
Karl Gray, director of Personal Lines, RSA Middle East, said: “These awards are a fantastic achievement for our business. They demonstrate the success of our strategy that focuses on delivering market leading service and products using the best in class IT solutions. This strategy has allowed RSA to produce increased revenues despite the economic downturn.”
Tony Chaudhry, CEO of Al Ahlia, RSA’s company in Oman, added: “To win this award in the year when RSA acquired Al Ahlia and successfully completed the integration of our two companies is remarkable. It’s true recognition of the dedication of our staff as they focused on the customer to deliver excellence in the Oman market.” - TradeArabia News Service
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