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A.M. Best to attend 32nd General Arab Insurance Federation Conference
Source: AETOS Wire for A.M. Best , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed May 23, 2018 4:51 pm

UAE. -- (BUSINESS WIRE/ AETOSWire)-- A.M. Best will attend and hold bilateral meetings at the 32nd General Conference of the General Arab Insurance Federation (GAIF), to be held 24–27 June in Hammamet, Tunisia. The theme of the event is, “Digital Transformation and the Insurance Industry in the Arab World.”

A.M. Best will be represented by Vasilis Katsipis, general manager – market development, MENA South and Central Asia; Nick Charteris-Black, managing director – market development, EMEA; and William Mills, director – market development, EMEA.

To arrange a meeting with A.M. Best representatives during the conference, please e-mail Bouchra Abou Nader at bouchra.abounader@ambest.com.

A.M. Best rates more than 50 (re)insurance companies in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and broader Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and has a representative office in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) to support its growing presence in the region.

More information about the conference is available at http://gaiftunis2018.com/.

Photo Captions:
1. (above)  A.M. Best logo
2. (inset)  Vasilis Katsipis, general manager – market development, MENA South and Central Asia (File photo)

A.M. Best is the world's oldest and most authoritative insurance rating and information source.

For more information, visit www.ambest.com.

 

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