Defining the Role & Opportunity for Captives
in the Middle East Insurance Market

Ahmed D. Alumran, Executive Director of Ensurion, a Bahrain-based insurance management firm licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain, will be leading discussions on Captive Insurance Strategies at the 6th Annual Middle East Insurance Forum (MEIF 2010) to be held at the Gulf Hotel in Bahrain on the 7th and 8th of February 2010.

With the regional insurance market entering a new phase of exciting development, risk management approaches have become more sophisticated and leading institutions are now looking for innovative options when making risk financing decisions.

Ahmed D. Alumran

Executive Director

"The growth trends in captive insurance remain positive as more companies look for innovative solutions to risk financing, and as the provider of the most innovative insurance and risk management solutions in these areas, we are looking forward to sharing with you our experiences at MEIF 2010. This is our third year to partner with the annual Middle East Insurance Forum and we see the event as an exceptional platform for practical exchanges."

Discussions during this session will explore the nature, role and potential benefits of Captive Insurance as well as assess the role for Captive Insurance in the Middle East market. A client case study will also offer a fresh look at captives as an investment opportunity.

The 6th Annual Middle East Insurance Forum (MEIF 2010) is the region's largest and most influential annual platform for the international and regional insurance industry and will feature stimulating discussions that will assess the potential and pinpoint new growth opportunities.