Takaful: Re-framing growth strategies for new economic realities
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, February 21 - 2010 at 10:52
- PRESS RELEASE
The opening Keynote Plenary session at The 5th Annual World Takaful Conference (WTC 2010) will feature take-home strategies by leading industry decision makers, testimony of the overall significance of the forum in shaping the future of the global Takaful industry.
Have growth prospects for the industry been curtailed - or is Takaful still on track to become an $8bn industry by 2012?
This is one of the key questions that the industry leaders will be tackling as they pinpoint new growth and global market opportunities for Islamic insurance products while revisiting growth opportunities in key Takaful product segments: Assessing Life vs. Non-Life product growth horizons.
A record number of industry leading institutions have already confirmed their partnership. Takaful Re, Salama Islamic Arab Insurance, Noor Takaful and Dubai Islamic Insurance & Reinsurance Company (AMAN) have confirmed their participation at the conference as platinum sponsors.
Other leading international players partnering with WTC 2010 include Ernst & Young, LM Investment Management Ltd, MNRB Retakaful, Abu Dhabi National Takaful, Munich Re ReTakaful, A.M. Best, Clyde & Co, Mashura Financial Services, FWU Group and Milliman
The World Takaful Conference (WTC 2010) builds on 5 years of successfully meeting industry needs and is again held in strategic partnership with DIFC (Dubai International Financial Centre).
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