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Middle East Insurance Market Outlook to 2017 - Motor and Health Segment to Channel the Growth

DUBLIN, Ireland, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Middle East Insurance Market Outlook to 2017 - Motor and Health Segment to Channel the Growth" report to their offering. 

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The report titled Middle East Insurance Market Outlook to 2017 - Motor and Health Segment to Channel the Growth' provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects such as market size, segmentation, trends and developments and future projections of the life and various non-life insurances such as motor, health, accident and liability, fire, property, marine, cargo and others as key segments of the insurance markets of various countries which include Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan. 

The report provides the market shares in major segments and company profiles of major players in the market. It also covers brief snapshots of the insurance markets of Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Oman.


  • The market size of the Middle East insurance market by value in terms of gross written premiums.
  • The market segmentation of the Middle East insurance market by country and by life and non-life insurance.
  • The market size of Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Oman on the basis of gross written premiums.
  • Market segmentation of Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Oman insurance markets by life and non-life insurance.
  • Market segmentation of Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Oman non-life insurance markets by motor, medical, accident and liability, fire, property, marine , cargo and others.
  • Market Size and future projections of various segments in Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan.
  • Future Projections of Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Oman insurance markets on the basis of gross written premiums.
  • Market share of major players in motor, health, property, marine insurance and other segments.
  • Company Profiles of major players in Israel, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan insurance markets.
  • Trends and developments in the Middle East insurance market.
  • Future outlook and projections of the Middle East insurance market.

Key Topics Covered: 

1. Middle East Insurance Market

2. Israel Insurance Market

3. Iran Insurance Market

4. UAE Insurance Market

5. Saudi Arabia Insurance Market

6. Bahrain Insurance Market

7. Jordan Insurance Market

8. Other Major Countries in Middle East Insurance Market

9. Trends and Developments in Middle East Insurance Market

10. Middle East Insurance Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

11. Appendix

Companies Mentioned:

  • Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company (ADNIC)
  • Alborz
  • Ayalon
  • Clal
  • Daman National Health Insurance Company
  • Dana
  • Dykla
  • Harel
  • I.L.D
  • Islamic Arab Insurance company (SALAMA)
  • Karafarin
  • Menora Mivtachim
  • Migdal
  • Oman Insurance Company
  • Parsian
  • The Phoenix
  • Tose'e

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