AXA Gulf wins Bahrain Insurer of the Year

February 12, 2015 8:13 am

AXA Gulf wins Bahrain Insurer of the Year honour for second consecutive year at MENA Insurance Awards.

In a significant boost to its leadership and market reputation across the Kingdom of Bahrain and beyond the Gulf and Middle East, AXA Gulf – one of the largest non-life international insurers in the Middle East – has won the Bahrain Insurer of the Year recognition for the second consecutive year at the MENA Insurance Awards 2015.

The MENA Insurance Awards were given away on 25th of January, 2015 at Ritz-Carlton, DIFC
Dubai. Diverse guests from across MENA region, including decision makers from leading Arab and international insurance and reinsurance companies, brokers and representatives from regulatory agencies as well as banks attended the gala event.

The selection of AXA Gulf as the Bahrain Insurer of the Year recognized its commitment to customers, innovation and consistent delivery of high quality coverage, product diversity, technical expertise, leadership and a strong, persistent financial performance.

Mr Cedric Charpentier, Chief of Sales & Distribution of AXA Gulf, said: “It is a great honour to win the prestigious Bahrain Insurer of the Year honour at the MENA Insurance Awards for the second consecutive year. This is a testimony to our company’s successful strategy and comprehensive product portfolio as well as our reputation to deliver consistent first-class services.”

In the past few years, AXA Gulf has demonstrated its commitment to being available, reliable and attentive. Thanks to these investments, AXA Gulf now provides a unique range of contact points for its customers: brokers, Internet, walk-in branches, mall shops and the telephone. AXA Insurance Gulf has been conferred with numerous industry awards over the last couple of years, reinforcing the company’s commitment to innovation and excellence in the cluttered Middle East Insurance environment.


AMEinfo Staff
By AMEinfo Staff
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