Methaq’s network is now composed of 4 fully-operating branches in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Al Mirfa (in the Western Region), and Al Ain (in the Eastern Region)
Methaq Takaful also plans to open a fifth branch in Jebel Ali, Dubai. The company’s long-term strategy features successive openings of branches throughout the UAE to meet the diverse demands of its customers for insurance products.
Methaq offers car insurance, marine cargo insurance, travel insurance, residence insurance, and a small- and medium-size enterprises (SME) package, along with other products and solutions. The company has also launched, in cooperation with Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (YahSat), an innovative, one-of-a-kind Takaful insurance program for managing satellite risks. This program covers the launch of two satellites into the open space for YahSat, the first of which was successfully launched on 23 April.
Economic issues to be probed at forum
A key forum to be hosted by Bahrain at the start of next week brings together global decision-makers to discuss economic development against the backdrop of regional insecurity.
Bahrain ‘smart choice for investors’
With competitive costs, easy access to the rest of the Middle East, and a well-established business infrastructure, Bahrain is the smart choice for investors, a leading expert has said.
Qatar to invest $10 billion annually in India
The volume of GCC exports to India jumped from $12.377 billion in 2005 to $55.082bn in 2014, while imports from India increased from $9.57bn in 2005 to $27.94bn in 2014.
Ali Hamid Al Mulla, the assi