Category Archives: Risk Management

Missing the Cue? Compulsory Health Insurance in Dubai

Compulsory Medical Insurance: Talk of the Town The compulsory health insurance initiative in the Dubai is currently the talk of the town. And, this is not without reason. The concept of having medical insurance widely available to all Dubai residents … Continue reading

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Embracing the Challenge

Insurance Climate Globally The MultaQa Insurance Rendezvous, quoting Swiss Re reports, summarized the global general insurance market as follows: Global general insurance penetration is dropping. Profitability is challenged both due to thin rates and also the sluggish investment market. Average … Continue reading

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Spoken in Jest? All true

I recently contacted a few regional ‘A’ rated insurance companies, in preparation for a corporate governance article, to get sound-bites from chief executives or managing directors on the drivers of corporate governance in our industry in the United Arab Emirates. … Continue reading

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Psychopathy versus governance

[http://www.insuranceinsight.com/insurance-insight/analysis/2191211/psychopathy-versus-governance] Having recently relocated from Qatar back to Dubai I had the unenviable task of sorting through the various insurance and risk related books and papers I accumulated over the years. I do not know whether it was the mood … Continue reading

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