last updated on: 17 August 2016

Sanad Cooperative Insurance Company

Also known as: SANAD, Sanad Cooperative Insurance & Reinsurance, Sanad Insurance

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Business Summary Provides Islamic non-life insurance services; Islamic reinsurance services. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private Established In 2007 Primary Sector Financial Services Number of Employees 170

Contact details

Primary address
Dareen Center
Al Ahsa Street
3rd Floor
Al Malaz District
Saudi Arabia

Zawya industry classifications

  • Financial Services
    1. Insurance
      1. Non-life Insurance
        1. Islamic (Primary Industry)
      2. Reinsurance
        1. Islamic

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