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Bahrain - BIBF-GIG Group launch the Takaful textbook

Tuesday, 04 06 2021, Category: Islamic Insurance, Country: Bahrain
As part of its continuous endeavour towards human capital development in the Insurance industry, the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) announced the launch of its latest textbook entitled “Takaful: Technical and Operational Aspects”, in a strategic partnership with GIG Group, represented by three of its leading companies; GIG Takaful, GIG Bahrain and GIG Kuwait, to enrich the Insurance library with a specialised and comprehensive reference in Islamic Insurance (Takaful).

With the aim of fostering the growth of the Takaful sector in Bahrain, this publication provides a comprehensive reference to Takaful and its operations, and serves as a source of valuable teaching material and indispensable information on various technical and operational aspects of Takaful dealings in the region and worldwide.

The first copy of the textbook was received by the CEO of GIG Bahrain, Dr. Abdulla Sultan, the CEO of GIG Takaful, Mr. Essam AlAnsari, at company headquarters in Seef area.

Source: Zawya
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