Gulf Insurance retains MTI for Strategizing

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Gulf Insurance company (GIC), which is owned by Kuwait-based KIPCO and Canada-based Fairfax Financial Holdings , has recently concluded its 2016 Strategizing Exercise for Bahrain Kuwait Insurance  (BKIC) subsidiary. “The senior management team of BKIC-GIG was actively involved in this strategically critical exercise, which included a detailed review of the regional insurance market challenges and opportunities,” said BKIC CEO Ebrahim Al-Rayes.

BKIC was the first insurance company in Bahrain to have been interactively rated by an independent international rating agency and currently enjoys A- (Excellent) rating of A M Best. The company has grown to become the market leader in the insurance industry in Bahrain since the year 2008 in terms of gross premium and net profits. he GIG companies currently operate in Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon,

Syria and Egypt. BKIC is among the founders of United Insurance Company and Gulf Assist – Bahrain. In 2015, it acquired 41 percent of Takaful International. MTI Consulting is an internationally-networked boutique management consultancy enabling clients to Analyze > Strategize > Realize profitable business opportunities. Since its inception in 1997, MTI has worked on over 520 assignments in over 42 countries, covering a diverse range of industries, clients and business challenges. Specifically in Insurance, MTI has carried out assignments for the likes of AXA, Arab Re-insurance Group (ARIG), Bahrain Kuwait Insurance, BNI, Bahrain Credit, BIBF, Daman, Middle Sea Insurance, Middle East Insurance Awards, Orix, Solidarity and United Insurance

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