May 21, 2024
PRESS RELEASES

SALAMA’s FY 2022 preliminary Net Profit

SALAMA posted a net profit of AED 45.27mn in FY 2022, which was a result of the Company’s strategy to extend its leadership position in the UAE Takaful industry led by consistent growth in gross written contributions and prudent underwriting controls, as well as continuing investment in strategic partnerships.

SALAMA’s gross written contributions for 2022 exceeded the billion mark with the Company achieving 1.12bn (2.8% growth) in GWC in 2022 with profits of 45.27mn. 

The Company’s digital transformation strategy continued to advance through 2022 with automation of SALAMA’s health Takaful product  range and ongoing improvement of products and service offerings to ensure that takaful solutions are accessible to varied segments of consumers. 

On the operational level, SALAMA continued to focus on its turnaround in the UAE market in 2022. SALAMA’s subsidiaries, particularly Algeria and Egypt, continued to outperform as compared to previous year.  

Commenting on the preliminary results, Jassim Alseddiqi, SALAMA’s Chairman, said: “We have delivered a year of good growth by executing a successful strategy of prudent partnerships, digitisation and making new takaful solutions accessible to varied segments of the market to make progress. Our highly collaborative partnerships and digital and customer experience advancements further reflect our commitment to providing exceeding value to our policyholders and shareholders. As a leader in the UAE Takaful industry for over 43 years, we remain optimistic that SALAMA is well positioned for consistent and sustainable growth.”

Ajit Vijay Joshi, board member of SALAMA, said: “Last year reflected further delivery of our growth plan, with consistent profits as well as market share. Our new strategic synergies have continued to improve overall business performance and market share. We are proud to become a preferred insurance partner for local brands and entrepreneurs. Looking ahead, we look forward to a robust pipeline of new products and innovation to deliver further customer and shareholder value.”

SALAMA stands as the largest sharia’h compliant Takaful operator with ‘AAA’ capital adequacy rating as per S&P. SALAMA remains committed to serving partners and customers while enhancing shareholder returns in 2022 and beyond. 

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