Solidarity wins top insurance award
Manama, January 23, 2012
Solidarity General Takaful, a subsidiary of leading Takaful group Solidarity Group Holding, was named Bahrain Insurer of the Year for the second consecutive year at the Mena Insurance Awards Ceremony held recently in Dubai.
The Mena Insurance Awards, hosted by Mena Insurance Review magazine, an authoritative and highly-regarded business title, has become a key feature in the region’s insurance event calendar. The awards ceremony was held last week at the Address Hotel in Dubai.
The award recognises Solidarity’s demonstrated commitment to its customers, as well as the company’s innovation and quality in its product offering, its strong financial positioning in its core insurance business and its success in building a solid platform for further growth.
“We are delighted to have been named Bahrain Insurer of the Year for the second consecutive year,” said Solidarity Group chief executive Ashraf Bseisu.
“The award serves to further reinforce our long-standing commitment and drive to better serve our clients, to whom we owe this award in the first place.”
“The award is a reflection of the high level of recognition that Solidarity has attained, amongst both its peers and its clients, as a leading insurer in Bahrain,” said Solidarity General Takaful general manager Youssef Al Kareh.
“And the fact that we have been singled out for this prestigious industry award is something we can all be justifiably proud of,” he added.
“The award is made all the more significant because it is based in large part on our ability to demonstrate a strong commitment to our customers,” said Jalal Aqelah, Corporate Communications executive specialist.
“This ability is a direct consequence of the devotion, dedication and expertise of every member of the Solidarity team,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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