Swiss Re Retakaful named "Best Retakaful Provider" by Global Finance
At the eighth annual Global Finance Islamic Financial Institution Awards this year, Swiss Re Retakaful was awarded as the Best Retakaful Provider in 2015.
The awards honour the leading shariah-compliant institutions in the regions, countries and product areas in which Islamic banking has an established or growing presence. The awards criteria incorporate subjective and objective factors, including knowledge of local conditions and customer needs, profitability, reputation and market standing, innovation in products and services, effective use of technology and safety and security. All selections were made by the editorial team of Global Finance magazine, after extensive consultations with bankers, corporate finance executives and analysts throughout the world.
The awards ceremony was held at the World Bank Annual Meetings in Lima, Peru, in October 2015 where Ivo Menzinger, Client Executive, Global Partnerships, attended the meeting and received the award on behalf of Swiss Re Retakaful.
Read the article by Global Finance on the full list of winners for 2015.
Ivo Menzinger (on the left) receiving the award on behalf of Swiss Re Retakaful at the awards ceremony.
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