Gulf Cooperation Council insurance sector’s long-term prospects positive

Recent moderate growth expected to pick up amid digitalisation initiatives and new products

The long-term prospects of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) insurance sector remains positive and the market is projected to grow at an annualised growth rate of 3.2% from $26.5bn in 2021 to $31.1bn in 2026, according to Alpen Capital.

In its latest GCC insurance industry report, Alpen Capita...

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