IGI video: Closing the gap - tackling gender inequality
There has never been a more inspiring time for women to step up and recognise their potential. Gender inequality has taken centre stage with events like the Women’s FIFA World Cup breaking viewer records, and female misrepresentation in the insurance and reinsurance sectors finally being taken seriously.
In June 2019, International General Insurance (IGI) sponsored and took part in Equal Playing Field’s (EPF) Festival of Football, which highlighted gender disparity in sport by breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest number of players in a single game. Aaida Abu-Jaber, Head of PR and Communications and IGI’s Diversity and Inclusion Champion, talks about tackling inequality in the workplace.
Established in 2001, International General Insurance (IGI) is a global privately-owned specialist commercial insurer and reinsurer. Our vision is to be the company of choice for clients and brokers through market-leading service and our reputation for stable management and capital security.
A diverse and highly experienced team of underwriters operates our office in London. We also have offices in Dubai, Amman, Casablanca and Kuala Lumpur.
Our diverse portfolio of specialty lines includes Energy, Property, Construction & Engineering, Ports & Terminals, Financial Institutions, Aviation, Professional Indemnity, Political Violence, Legal Expenses, D&O, Casualty, Forestry and Treaty Reinsurance.
Standard and Poor’s upgraded our financial strength rating to “A- “, with a Stable outlook. A.M. Best rated the company A- (Excellent), with a Positive outlook, stating, “the revised outlook reflects IGI’s consistent record of very strong operating performance and the continuous improvement in its enterprise risk management framework.”
We take pride in providing proactive claims management, coupled with open communication, leading to the efficient handling of claims. We endeavour to act fairly and honourably in our relations with clients and brokers.
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