MetLife partners with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank - Egypt to offer comprehensive insurance solutions

MetLife will offer insurance to support the aspirations of ADIB's customers, including financial planning programs covering different lifetime needs such as children's education and marriage, as well as customers' retirement plans

  
MetLife partners with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank - Egypt to offer comprehensive insurance solutions

Cairo, Egypt: MetLife has announced its partnership with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank - Egypt, through which it aims to provide comprehensive life insurance solutions through ADIB’s diverse distribution channels and network of more than 60 branches.

MetLife will offer insurance to support the aspirations of ADIB’s customers, including financial planning programs covering different lifetime needs such as children’s education and marriage, as well as customers’ retirement plans.

In addition, ADIB’s customers will be able to customize their chosen coverage according to their needs, and their future investment plans, across a wide range of products; including accident and health, critical illness, and permanent total or partial disability resulting from sickness or accident in addition to facilitating obtaining a second medical opinion from renowned hospitals.

MetLife Egypt and ADIB will also use their collaboration to keep pace with the latest trends and solutions in the field of financial technology, to meet the evolving needs of customers.

Haitham Taher, Managing Director of MetLife Egypt said, "We are proud and excited to partner with ADIB. We will use our life insurance expertise to achieve the best desired results for all ADIB customers through customized insurance products. Our programs are tailored to help customers achieve their financial goals and provide security for the future, while aim to elevating the customer experience to new heights.
ADIB has an acclaimed heritage, and this partnership confirms the importance of cooperation between insurance companies and banks in providing new solutions that match the aspirations of banks and their customers."

Mohamed Ali, CEO and Managing Director of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank Egypt, said, “We are proud to cooperate with MetLife Egypt, which is one of the insurance industry’s pioneers in the Egyptian market, and we look forward to expand in other areas of cooperation in the future, allowing our customers to benefit further. We seek, through this step, to achieve our strategy and to build on our continuous efforts to provide the best services that are in line with the latest innovative financial and banking solutions, which suit our customers and provide them with amenities, as well as open a way for them to achieve their various aspirations and benefit from the potential of modern technology and its applications.”

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