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​LIST OF INSURANCE COMPANIES IN ​OMAN 

Oman Companies – World Insurance Companies Logosآسيا – عمان – شعار لشركات التأمين حول العالم. ​The graphic mark of a company is synonymous with its brand.

In insurance, a logo is immediately recognizable and allows the customer to associate the company with helpful qualities such as trust, fair price, and many other key questions about finding the best insurance.

Click on insurance company logos for a wealth of up-to-date information for every insurer in OMAN. We would like to help you find the best insurance online.

LIST OF INSURANCE COMPANY LOGOS WITH NAMES IN OMAN

List of logo of insurance companies with names in Oman. Click on each logo for much vital information to select the best insurer.

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Standard & Poor’s ratings serve as a useful tool for investors and market participants to gauge credit risk and have helped companies and governments access capital. Today, Standard & Poor’s provides ratings for entities that offer different types of insurance products and services including life insurance, property and casualty insurance, annuities, health insurance, reinsurance, title insurance, mortgage and bond insurance.

Standard & Poor’s offers the following types of rating services for insurance-related entities:

Insurance, Financial Strength Ratings – useful for buyers of insurance, risk managers and employee benefits administrators, this type of rating provides details on an insurance organization’s ability to pay its policies and contracts. Insurance brokers and agents may also use these ratings to meet due diligence and disclosure requirements.
Insurance, Financial Enhancement Ratings – provides investors with an assessment of an insurer’s willingness to pay financial guarantees on a timely basis.
Bond Insurance – Standard & Poor’s offers the most comprehensive coverage of bond insurance in the marketplace. Our bond insurance ratings are supported by a diverse and global network of sector professionals in structured finance, project finance, public finance, and corporate and financial institutions. 
In its latest report on the insurance market in the Sultanate of Oman, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services says that despite the heavy losses from Cyclone Gonu in 2007, the sector has much to commend it.

“Oman has developed a thriving domestic retail and commercial insurance sector. A buoyant economy and supportive regulatory regime are particular factors in this growth,” explained credit analyst David Anthony.
S&P”s report, titled “Growing Opportunities For Insurance And Reinsurance In The Sultanate of Oman,” also looks at the details of the changing regulatory environment and how these will affect the market.

“The Capital Markets Authority as Oman’s regulator is one of the most respected in the region. We expect the CMA to continue its pragmatic approach to market regulation, moving increasingly to a risk-based capital assessment of insurers’ solvency, while avoiding unnecessarily restrictive regulations, thereby allowing the market to continue its positive development,” Anthony added.

From Standard & Poor’s 

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