TDT | Manama Bahrain Kuwait Insurance Company (BKIC) yesterday reported an 11 per cent increase in its first half, 2020, net profit attributable to the shareholders to BD 2.3 million, thanks to significant improvement in underwriting which the company said is it’s “core business”, despite the global pandemic and low oil prices. “This is a result of the corrective underwriting measures taken during the 4th Quarter of last year and is showing its impact now. In addition, reduction of vehicles on road have also resulted to lower claims mainly during the months of April and May,” Dr Abdulla Sultan, BKIC CEO said. “We are very proud of the initiatives taken to support Bahrain’s combat against Covid19 and ease the burden on the public and economy. On another front, BKIC continues to invest...read more...
SourceThe Daily Tribune - News of Bahrain