Mohamed Khalifa, Misr Insurance’s part-time member of the board of directors for non-life insurance, revealed that his company is targeting to raise the premiums volume in the medical sector in order to worth EGP 300 million during 2013 -2014 FY.
Khalifa explained, in exclusive statement to Amwal Al Ghad, that his company aimed to achieve premiums volume in medical sector at value amount of EGP 220 million during this June.
Khalifa pointed out that Misr Insurance is up to raise the volume of the medical sector portfolio during the upcoming period.
He added that the company intends to add new benefits to the medical insurance policy so as to attract large segments of customers. Especially many large companies trend to issue medical insurance policy for its employee and sometimes to their families.
He further announced that Misr Insurance, during choosing the insurance policy, depends on studying and selecting risks . In addition, the well picking of the insurance portfolio , grant reasonable benefits and well balanced rates for the customers according to the technical underwriting.