Export Credit Insurance company of the Emirates (ECIE)
The Export Credit Insurance Co. of the Emirates (ECIE) was established as a wholly owned subsidiary of EDC, the Export Development Corporation in Dubai, in close cooperation with the Government of the Emirate of Dubai, to promote and facilitate exports and domestic trade from Dubai and other Emirate of the UAE.
National General Insurance (NGI)
One of the leading multi-line Insurers in the United Arab Emirates enjoying full support from prominent shareholders such as Emirates Bank, Commercial Bank of Dubai and Dubai Investments. NGI issues credit insurance policies based on the Globalliance wording.
Oman Insurance Company (OIC)
One of the largest insurance companies in the Middle-East also able to issue Globalliance policies to cover domestic and export risks. OIC enjoys the support of Mashreq Bank, its majority shareholder.
Islamic Corporation for the Insurance of Investment & Export Credit (ICIEC)
A member of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group, engaged in supporting the exports and inflows of foreign investments into member countries through a number of insurance instruments. ICIEC is a distributor of Coface’s @ratings information products and is re-insured by Coface for credit insurance policies based on Coface’s Globalliance agreement that are issued in any one of the 35 Islamic countries they cover.
Represents around 100,000 members of the Dubai business community to which it offers Coface’s products such as International Collections, Business Reports and @rating Opinions.
CEMS also provides local/regional support to partners such as The Export Credit Guarantee Agency, Oman (ECGA), Export Credit Guarantee Company of Egypt (ECGE), Jordan Loan Guarantee Corporation (JLGC) and Saudi Export Program (SEP).