$500M
Authorised Capital
270+
Employees
40
Different Nationalities
A-
Rated by A.M.
Best and S&P
Why TRUST RE
Trust International Insurance and Reinsurance Company B.S.C. (c) 'Trust Re' is a closed joint stock company registered in the Kingdom of Bahrain, with authorised capital of US$ 500 million, and issued and paid-up capital of US$ 250 million. It is regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain, as a locally incorporated reinsurance firm with License Number LII/023 and Commercial Registration Number 11503/July 1981.
Our Company comprises over 270 employees located in our Bahrain Head Office and Branch Offices in Cyprus and Labuan, Malaysia. We also have a Representative Office in Morocco, operating under the Casablanca Finance City and a Liaison Office in India.

Rated “A-“ by S&P and A.M. Best, our geographical scope includes the Middle East, Africa, Asia, CEE, SEE, Russia and CIS countries. Trust Re provides reinsurance protection to many leading direct insurance companies in its geographical area of operation, in the form of annual Treaties on proportional and non-proportional bases with a sizable underwriting capacity. We offer Facultative reinsurance in the following classes: Oil & Energy (offshore and onshore), Marine Hull & Cargo, Alternative Energy, Property, Engineering, Specialty Lines, Aviation and Surety. Our service offering also includes Life and Health reinsurance.

We enjoy strong relationships with blue-chip, international reinsurers. This further enhances our security, already provided for by our strong capital position.
Perspectives
Publications created by Trust Re about the global insurance and reinsurance market.
The role of regulations in strengthening the CEE insurance market
In this article, and based on the survey report entitled "The Outlook for insurance and reinsurance in Central and Eastern Europe", published by Trust Re, ...
How important is innovation to the progress of the CEE (re) insurance market?
During May 2016, Trust Re published a survey report entitled “The Outlook for insurance and reinsurance in Central and Eastern Europe”. The report provides a ...
Drivers of change in the Energy market and risk landscape
In this article, Mr. Kamal Tabaja, Group Chief Operating Officer, Trust Re, shares the key findings of “The Changing Global Energy Landscape: Opportunities and Challenges ...
The Changing Global Energy Landscape: Opportunities and Challenges for Energy Underwriters
Energy and power insurers are navigating turbulent waters. Sluggish economic growth, persistent low interest rates and the dramatic slump in oil and gas prices since ...
The Story of Trust
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Trust Re is more than just a company. We have our own values, approach, ambition and culture.
TRUST is our principle value that is at the core of TRUST RE. In fact, TRUST is so important to us, that it is part of our name.
“The Story of Trust” provides a perspective of our brand’s unique personality and its inspiration by the elements, which sets us apart and guides us towards our vision.
News
Trust Re Announces 2016 Results
In the twelve months ended 31st December 2016, Trust Re achieved Gross Written Premium of US$ 481.7 million compared to US$ 475.9 million in the equivalent period twelve months ago. The Group’s ...
2nd April 2017, Manama
Trust Re appoints new Head of Claims
Trust Re has announced the appointment of Mr. John Matthews as its new Head of Claims, effective 23rd January 2017, following the retirement of Mr. Kuriyan Oomman, at the end of last year. Reporting to the ...
25th January 2017, Manama
Trust Re announces increase in authorised, issued and paid-up capital
Trust Re has announced an increase in its authorised capital from US$ 200 million to US$ 500 million and an increase in its issued and paid-up capital from US$ 200 million to US$ 250 million.
10th January 2017, Manama
Trust Re Announces Q3 2016 Results
Trust Re achieved Gross Written Premium of US$ 374.3 million compared to US$ 384.2 million reached in the equivalent period twelve months ago. The Company reported US$ 15.7 million profit at the end ...
20th December 2016, Manama