- Alinma Tokio Marine Company
Alinma Tokio Marine Company (ATMC) is a Saudi joint stock company with a paid-up capital of SAR 300 million, transacting most lines of insurance business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ATMC was launched in November 2012 and has a strong shareholder base comprising Alinma Bank, Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Company (Japan), SABIC Industrial Investment and other well-known local conglomerates. ATMC has set itself the mission of building trust and creating value for its customers through Sharia-Compliant insurance solutions by its highly talented people, superior technology and aiming to consistently set higher standards of service.
- Aramco Gulf Operations Company
Aramco Gulf Operations Company commenced its activities on February 28, 2000. AGOC took over the Saudi Government share of oil production and other hydrocarbon products in the divided zone, comprising four oil fields: Khafji, Hout, Lulu and Dorra following termination of the Arabian Oil Company concession agreement with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on February 27,2000. It is incorporated as 100% subsidiary of the Kingdom’s national oil company Saudi Aramco and operates as an independent entity with its own Board of Directors, responsible to Saudi Aramco as a shareholder. TCS manages the Retiree Health Insurance Plan of AGOC.
- Buruj Cooperative Insurance Company
Buruj Cooperative Insurance Company is a non-life insurer set up under the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) Executive List No. M-32 dated 02/06/1424 H (dated 01/08/2003) and incorporated in Saudi Arabia. Paid-up capital is SR.130,000,000.00 with Head Office in Riyadh. Gulf Insurance Group, the major founder in Buruj had a 100% ownership in Saudi Pearl Insurance Company in Bahrain and had enjoyed underwriting insurance business in Saudi Arabia since 1979. With the passage of the new regulation, Saudi Pearl could no longer continue writing business in the Kingdom and Gulf Insurance company approached several corporate and individual investors in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain to form Buruj cooperative insurance company in order to capture the growth of the insurance sector in the Kingdom under a well regulated environment.
- Gulf General Cooperative Insurance Company
Gulf General Insurance Co (GGI) is the result of the merging operation of Saudi General Insurance Company (SGI) www.sgi-sa.com and Gulf Cooperation Insurance Co (GCI). GGI concluded its IPO on 9th October 2009, held its Constitutional General Assembly on 16th December 2009 and secured its Commercial Registration # 4030196620 on 24th January 2010. GGI now has a capital base of SR 200 Million and will be starting up with a portfolio base of SR 258 Million being the export accounts of the above merging operations. Gulf General Cooperative Insurance Company announced on Sunday 21/3/2010 the receipt of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency's formal approval via certificate No. TMN/26/20103 dated 20/03/1431H to practice Cooperative Medical and General Insurance in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in compliance with the Cooperative Insurance Supervision Law and its Implementing Regulations.
- MetLife AIG ANB Cooperative Insurance Company
MetLife AIG ANB is a Saudi Publically Listed Company (TASI:8011) established in Saudi Arabia in response to the country's rapidly growing insurance sector. The company was formed by highly experienced partners who are experts in providing a complete suite of insurance products and services to meet the needs of corporate and individual customers in the Kingdom. Headquartered in Riyadh, the company's business is licensed and regulated by SAMA (the regulatory authority for the financial and insurance sector in KSA) and its shares are listed on Tadawul. The Company's medical products are licensed and approved by both SAMA and CCHI. The Company commenced its medical business in November 2014.
- MSH INTERNATIONAL
MSH INTERNATIONAL is a world leader in the design and management of international healthcare solutions globally. Its services are intended for employees of multinationals, members in international organizations, SMEs, individual expatriates and local high-net-worth individuals in need of international health insurance coverage. MSH and TCS cooperate on various businesses in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and around the globe.
- Trade Union Cooperative Insurance & Reinsurance Company
Trade Union Cooperative Insurance & Reinsurance Company was established in February 2008, became a public company and was launched on the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul symbol: 8170). With a paid-up capital of SAR 275 million, Trade Union is one of the largest insurance companies in the Kingdom today. They are authorized to transact all classes of insurance and reinsurance except life insurance. Their experience and commitment to serving clients' needs have made them the leader in tailor-made insurance to businesses throughout the Kingdom.
- United Cooperative Assurance Company
United Cooperative Assurance (UCA) a cooperative insurance company listed on Tadawul since May 2008 and its current paid up capital is SAR 490 Million. It started its underwriting business in Saudi Arabia in 2009 and operates across the kingdom with the help of an extensive and independent branch network. UCA inherited the insurance operations from its predecessor, UCA Insurance Co., which has been operating in Saudi Arabia since 1974, and was therefore, active for over 25 years in servicing the Saudi market and gained crucial knowledge and experience in providing the insurance requirements for major companies and projects within the country. Its head office is situated in Jeddah and regional branches are located in Riyadh, Al-Khobar, Makkah, Tabouk, Khamis Mushait and Buraidah. Apart from these corporate offices, UCA serves its vast clientele from more than 115 service points that are scattered around the kingdom.