Continuous Transformation - TRUST RE Annual Report 2014
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Trust Re is a closed joint stock company registered in the Kingdom of Bahrain, with authorised, issued and paid up capital of US$ 200 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 200 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 and Specialty Lines. Our service offering has been expanded to include Life and Health reinsurance.

We enjoy strong relationships with blue-chip, international reinsurers, amongst which Lloyd's of London market participants are included. This further enhances our security, already provided for by our strong capital position.
Publications created by Trust Re about the global insurance and reinsurance market.
Asian markets push for development of Cat risk insurance
Key international players are taking more interest in penetrating the Asian catastrophe insurance market as nations across the natural-disaster prone continent continue to pursue the ...
Adopting Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in High-Growth Insurance Markets - The Trust Re experience
"Risk management lies at the core of every (re)insurer’s value proposition. Rooted in and thoroughly familiar with high-growth environments, Trust Re considers itself a forerunner ...
Recent cyber-attacks cause rise in insurance purchasing
Cyber-risk is expected to become the number one risk facing the non-life insurance industry over the next few years due to the increase of cyber-crime ...
Analysis of Property and Engineering Insurance in sub-Saharan Africa
 Analysis of Property and Engineering Insurance in Sub-Saharan Africa Trust Re’s survey of Sub-Saharan insurance markets found that Property & Engineering (P&E) is generally perceived to ...
The Story of Trust
Corporate Video
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.
Trust Re's Net Profit up 377.3%
In the first nine months of the year, Trust Re generated Gross Written Premium of US$ 384.2 million. This represents a rise of 0.8% from the US$ 381.3 million reached in the equivalent period twelve ...
23rd November 2015, Manama
Trust Re CEO wins MEA Reinsurer CEO’s CEO award
Trust Re is proud to announce that its CEO, Mr. Fadi AbuNahl, was the winner of the MEA Reinsurer CEO's CEO award at the inaugural Middle East and Africa (MEA) Risk and Insurance Excellence Awards. ...
5th October 2015, Manama
Trust Re appoints Head of Regional Operations
In a recent statement, Trust Re mentioned the appointment of Mr. Khaled Nouiri as Head of Regional Operations, effective 1st October 2015.Khaled holds a Master’s degree in Insurance and has more than 18 ...
1st October 2015, Manama
Trust Re's Net Profit up 180%
In the first six months of the year Trust Re’s Gross Written Premium reached US$ 328.6 million representing a 4.5 per cent increase from the US$ 314.3 million achieved in the equivalent period twelve months ...
27th August 2015, Manama