As part of its on-going efforts to boost professionalism in the industry, and increase the core of research material in the market, MENA Insurance CEO Club (MICC) announced today the official launch of the 1st Essay Competition for industry practitioners with the dynamic theme of energising insurance in the region.
The inaugural competition is open to all insurance and reinsurance professionals based in or doing business in the MENA region, and will run for three months starting 10 April. The contest will be reviewed by a panel distinguished judges led by the Steering Committee of MICC after the closing date on 10 July 2012.
The competition is expected to reach about 1,000 organisations and potentially 5,000 participants from the MENA region.
As part of its ongoing efforts to boost professionalism in the market, and increase the core of research material in the market, MENA Insurance CEO Club (MICC) is launching an essay competition.
Choose ONE of these eight topics:
- Nurturing talent for the MENA’s insurance industry’s growth in the next decade.
- Is there a case for a single MENA insurance market?
- Is there a need for a special green fund to be set up to help industry cope with the challenges of global warming?
- The future of insurance in MENA – Who will lead?
- How can regulators help the insurance industry?
- Motor insurance in the Arab world – Can this be ever written profitably?
- The secret of opening the life and pensions market in MENA
- The lure of pooling risks – in which MENA markets will pools work?
- The Winner will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to London to attend a one-day MBA Course on 26 October 2012 hosted by the Chartered Insurance Institute, plus a one-year subscription to Middle East Insurance Review.
- The winning essay will be published in an issue of Middle East Insurance Review.
Insurance and reinsurance professionals based in or doing business in the MENA region can take part.
The winning entry will be chosen by a panel of distinguished judges led by the Steering Committee of the MICC.
- The number of words in the essay must be between 2,500 and 5,000 words (excluding references and footnotes). The judges reserve the right NOT to read any essay exceeding the word limit.
- Essays must be properly proofread for any grammatical and spelling errors – marks WILL be deducted for essays not complying with this rule.
- Submission must be done electronically and sent to Ann@meinsurancereview.com
- Essays submitted after the closing date will not be considered.
For inquiries: Ann@meinsurancereview.com
For submissions: Ann@meinsurancereview.com