Qatar: AKHI Eyes Takaful Company in the GCC

July 2007
MiddleEast Insurance Review;Jul2007, p26
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The article reports on the plan of Al Khaleej Insurance & Reinsurance Co. to consider the option of setting up a takaful firm in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region in collaboration with other insurers. According to Standard & Poor's Corp., the GCC insurance sector has the potential to increase its premium poll for up to $20 million if the plan is given emphasis. Negotiations and opportunities were discussed in a press conference together with the firm's board of directors.


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