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Mar 2023

Women in insurance

Perhaps it's time to look beyond gender

While some issues remain, bni’s Mrs Eman Mojali believes that the insurance industry in Bahrain is well on the path to achieving gender parity. In conversation with Middle East Insurance Review, she talks about how the situation has changed over the years and how the sector should go further and not let gender be a consideration at all when it comes to empowering talent.

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More training needed to address gender inequality

There is still much that needs to be done to address gender inequality in the Middle East insurance sector. Training and education is needed for staff to practice diversity and inclusion policies. Middle East Insurance Review spoke to AXA Assurance Maroc’s Ms Meryem Chami to find out more.

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Hard work is the only route to success

Marsh Egypt’s Ms Marwa Emmam shares her thoughts on what it takes to be a successful female leader in insurance.

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A woman of substance

As the first woman in the Arab world to hold a senior management level post of an insurance company, something that was considered the sole prerogative of men, National Insurance Company Jordan’s Dr Manal Jarrar is today an inspiration for others in the region. She spoke to us about the factors behind her success.

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Becoming passionate about insurance

Having worked in the insurance industry for 20 years, Union Insurance Company’s Ms Aarti Khurana shares her story of how her perception of the industry changed over time and how hard work and dedication helped her climb the corporate ladder.

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Progress of gender equality in the insurance industry

Over the last few years, financial results have shown that companies with greater gender equality are more likely to perform better. Al Zu’bi & Partners Legal Consultants’ Ms Raghad Hammad looks at how this can be further improved in the Middle East insurance industry.



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