Middle East Insurance Market Poised
For a More Robust Future

The 6th Annual Middle East Insurance Forum (MEIF 2010), the region's largest and most significant annual platform for the regional insurance industry, is witnessing a surge of interest as industry leaders express cautious optimism on economic recovery and a market ready to fulfill its potential.

Crescent Global, an accredited Lloyd's broker, announces that it will be a Platinum sponsor of the 6th Annual Middle East Insurance Forum (MEIF 2010), which will be held in Bahrain on the 7th & 8th February 2010. Formed in 1998 to provide specialist insurance and reinsurance services, and risk consulting in the Eastern Hemisphere, Crescent Global key areas of expertise include political risks, professional risks, project finance, accident & health, power, and upstream and downstream energy in addition to conventional classes of business such as property, engineering, and marine.

As cautious optimism begins to return to the global financial markets and experts continue to plot the path to financial stabilization and economic recovery, there is no doubt that the Middle East insurance markets continue to offer huge potential for growth. However, even with the rapid expansion of the industry, the liberalisation of markets and the entrance of many of the major international players, current growth levels have only scratched the surface of the potential in the Middle East. The region also has a number of key challenges to tackle if growth potential is to be fully realised.

MEIF 2010 Agenda

Some experts are projecting that growth in the Middle East insurance market will be substantially above international norms over the long term and an international panel of expert speakers at MEIF 2010 will tackle the challenge of unlocking new growth opportunities in the regional insurance market.

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Don't Miss MEIF 2010

The 6th Annual Middle East Insurance Forum is where the market leaders will gather to chart the key trends and capitalise on new opportunities that will shape the direction of the regional insurance industry.