The BIBF hosts Annual Insurance Market Dialogue
Monday, 26 December 2022
The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) hosted its annual Insurance Market Dialogue at its headquarters in Bahrain Bay, bringing together C-Level executives, training and technical managers of leading Insurance companies in Bahrain to discuss the latest trends and requirements in training and development for the Insurance sector.
The annual forum kicked off with an overview of the BIBF’s major programmes and strategic directions for the coming year and introduced its latest initiatives in partnership with international organisations and awarding bodies. The forum also highlighted the institute’s noteworthy achievements and the effective role it plays in meeting the training needs of the insurance sector.
In addition, the forum focused on direct dialogue with representatives of the insurance sector, in order to ensure that programmes and initiatives are in line with the sector’s needs, which contributes to the development of qualified insurance professionals and enhances the role of the sector in achieving the objectives of the economic vision and enhances its contribution to the GDP.
On this occasion, Director of the BIBF, Dr. Ahmed Al-Shaikh, stated, “The BIBF has more than 40 years of experience in the field of training and development, and is working to continuously launch new programmes in partnership with international training bodies, to meet the growing needs in the insurance sector in line with its requirements locally and regionally.”
On her part, Head of Insurance Centre at the BIBF Ms. Manal Mashkoor, said, “The BIBF is committed to its primary responsibility of providing the best training programmes for the insurance sector in Bahrain, as we believe that the way to do so is based on maintaining a close connection with the insurance sector based on the sector needs and developing training programmes in cooperation with renowned international partners. The outcomes of this dialogue will play a major role in setting the priorities and plans with regard to the insurance programmes provided at the BIBF.”