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MEBAA insurance tailor made its medical insurance to suit members in UAE

Posted 15 October 2019 · Add Comment

MEBAA has entered into an Agreement with National General Insurance Company (NGI) UAE, to provide uniquely designed Medical Insurance Scheme for its member companies operating within UAE.

This association is strengthened by Surety Global & Allianz Partners, the B2B2C leader in assistance, international health & life, automotive and travel insurance solutions and is supported by a solid partnership with the leading healthcare third party administrator, NEXtCARE.

NGI is one of the leading composite insurers in the UAE, well recognized in Health Insurance sector for over two decades offering an extensive range of Individuals and Group Health Products for various market segments.

The scheme is operational under MEBAA INSURANCE brand which was launched in 2017 at the MEBAA Show Morocco. It was created then as a benefit for the member companies with wide range of insurance products, covering Aviation, Cyber and Medical Insurance. However, abiding with the local laws, MEBAA took the initiative to offer products that are in compliance with the regulatory requirements.  The Partnership with NGI is the outcome of this need. The Founding and Executive Chairman of MEBAA, said due to the wide area of coverage that MEBAA members are operating across the region and keeping in view the varied laws of countries, all the member benefits need to be customized to suite the regulatory requirements of the country.

Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi, the founding & executive chairman, MEBAA: “As part of the continuous effort to enhance the Member benefits, MEBAA has targeted to provide better medical insurance coverage to its members in UAE. The partnership with NGI will provide excellent health services at very affordable pricing, covering all the top-quality health service providers’ world-wide.”

Dr. Abdulzahra Abdullah Ali, the CEO of NGI said: “The Health Plans for MEBAA are tailored with comprehensive range of benefits, specifically to cater to the esteemed member companies registered with MEBAA. In addition to being compliant with the health insurance regulators in UAE, these products are equipped to offer highest levels of service and care to the insured members”. 

MEBAA plans to gradually extend this program to the rest of countries in the MENA region at the next stage of implementation and make it available for member companies outside of UAE.

 

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