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MEBAA launches insurance product

Posted 11 September 2017 · Add Comment

The Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) has announced the launch of MEBAA Insurance to offer its members a suite of insurance products along side the aviation product.

Developed by MEBAA in partnership with RFIB, one of the leading London market reinsurance brokers and Surety Global Limited a UK based risk management consultancy, the insurance suite has been specifically tailored to address MEBAA members’ immediate needs.

In a fast changing world that can see unexpected turbulence or the rise of new emerging risks such as cyber threats, MEBAA is committed to providing its members with the best market solutions that can provide real time insight, protection and viable alternative competitive solutions. 

MEBAA Insurance is backed by an (A) rated London reinsurer Tokyo Marine Kiln (TMK), one of the renowned reinsurance leaders in the London Insurance Market. With such high quality backing, MEBAA members are offered a rock solid one shop stop security that will be delivered at a competitive and specially negotiated price to MEBAA members. 

To meet the demands of the digital age, MEBAA Insurance includes a bespoke package including both cyber security and insurance to help members to understand cyber threats and secure their technology. In addition, it enables them to provide the requisite staff training to ensure they have the necessary skills to face such threats.

Ali Alnaqbi, Founding & Executive Chairman of MEBAA, said, “MEBAA has always prided itself on providing true value to its members. With the launch of this latest insurance product we are aiming to offer them the ideal solution to their needs with solid industry-leading backing.”

He continues, “I am proud to be able to add this to our services and would like to thank the team of dedicated experts from TMK, RFIB and Surety Global that have helped us to bring this unique offering into fruition for our members.”

 

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