Aman unveils corporate image
Aman, the recently established Islamic insurance and re-insurance company, has unveiled its new corporate image in the form of a logo that merges ancient calligraphy with modern geometric shapes to reflect the company’s mandate.
Aman is a public shareholding company with 60 million Emirati dirhams ($16 million) in paid-up capital and six million shares each valued at Dh 10. It concluded a Dh 33 million, Initial Public Offering last October and is due to be listed on the Dubai Financial Market.
The company will offer a broad range of Shariah compliant products and services ranging from retail products such as life insurance to more wholesale shipping and transportation insurance. The company’s founding shareholders include Dubai Islamic Bank, The Investment Office, Dubai Technology, E-Commerce and Media Free Zone Authority, Islamic Investment Company and the Emirates Finance Company. — (menareport.com)
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