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SALAMA records full-year revenue of Dhs1.11 billion

by Staff Reporter
Islamic Arab Insurance Company net profit

Islamic Arab Insurance Company, listed as “SALAMA” on DFM, announced its preliminary results for the 2023 fiscal year. The company recorded insurance revenue of Dhs1.11 billion in 2023, an increase by 20% from fiscal year 2022.

Total assets registered an increase at Dhs3.70 billion in 2023, in comparison to Dhs3.57 billion in 2022, showing an increase of Dhs129.3 million.

Islamic Arab Insurance Company net profit

The net operating profit year-on-year has reduced by 13% to Dhs101.64 million. SALAMA also reported a net loss of Dhs43.45 million, largely due to goodwill impairment of Dhs36.1 million on account of currency depreciation in Egypt.

The net loss includes a one-time loss of Dhs28.02 million on account of a legacy fire insurance claim for which reinsurance was not recovered. Excluding the impact of these two events, the company would have reported a profit Dhs20.60 million.

In 2023, SALAMA continued to strive for growth with focused strategic objectives that included delivery of a vast number of customer-centric initiatives, strengthening of operational and digital capabilities and further consolidations of current portfolio.

Saeed Alhajeri, Chairman of SALAMA, commented on the results: “In the year 2023, we focused on staying resilient with innovation within evolving market conditions. As the UAE insurance industry sees the impact of new regulatory and industry developments, SALAMA is confident of providing immense value to our policyholders and shareholders. While the country advances into the future, we persist with our mission to progress sustainably and secure our ever-growing clientele with world-class insurance solutions.”

Walter Jopp, Chief Executive Officer at SALAMA, added: “We are committed to strengthening our balance sheet position and enhancing our leadership position in the market with focused strategic initiatives. With four decades of expertise, SALAMA is uniquely placed to provide Takaful solutions with the highest quality standards, personalized service, and access. Our customers are at the heart of our business, and we will continue our ongoing efforts to exceed expectations and be the Takaful leader in the region.”

SALAMA continues to build on its core objective of risk assessment and providing peace of mind to customers in the most convenient way. The company remains resilient, backed by solid Takaful foundations, a strong balance sheet and an “AAA” capital adequacy rating from S&P.

The company has won 10 awards in 2023 at various forums, reflecting SALAMA’s commitment to customers and untiring support to partners.

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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