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Bahrain Ins. Association elects its Board of Directors

Wednesday, 04 21 2021, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: Bahrain
Bahrain Insurance Association (BIA) held its Annual General meeting (AGM) for the financial year ended 31st December 2020. The meeting was attended by representatives from Central Bank of Bahrain, senior executives from Insurance companies, and external auditors.

During the meeting, the BIA has reviewed and approved the previous General Assembly Meeting minutes, approved the financial statements for the financial year ended 31st December 2020, reviewed and discussed the auditor’s report along with the Board of Directors’ report for the financial year ended 31st December 2020. The external auditors were reappointed, and new Board of Directors for the term 2021-2022 were elected, which are the following ladies and gentlemen: Jawad Mohammed, Dr Abdulla Sultan, Adham El-Muezzin, Eman Mujali, Jonathan Jane, Kahlid Al Shaikh, Essam Al Ansari, Younis Jamal, and Maysa Khooheji

Members of the insurance sector represented their full support to the association’s new Board of Directors towards achieving the goals of the association while representing the insurance sector and supporting the national efforts to elevate this sector which is a fundamental pillar to the national economy.

Source: Zawya
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