Our values define our business. We have a track record of providing specialist insurance, using technical knowledge to mitigate industry risks.
IGI’s story so far has been one of disciplined, methodical growth. We have achieved this through strict underwriting control, whilst maintaining a high quality of written business.
Our vision is to become the company of choice for cedants, clients and employees through clear market leadership, sustained premium earnings and recognition as the best place to work.
We have an excellent A- rating and we have created a financially strong, consistently profitable insurance and reinsurance company.
Today, our lines of business include Energy, Marine, Engineering, Property, Financial Institutions, General Aviation, Casualty, Directors’ & Officers’, Ports & Terminals,Professional Indemnity,Political Violence, Forestry and Reinsurance Treaty business.
As a privately owned company, we appreciate that people make business, and our success is based on our client relationships and hiring the best talent.
IGI’s mission is to create market intelligence with rigorous research and monitoring of target market segments and territories, while focusing on core competencies such as underwriters’ selection of risks and monitoring of exposures.
We are agile, and therefore are able to boost growth through increasing market penetration when market conditions meet expectations of underwriting profitability.
Our philosophy is to always settle legitimate claims quickly, to enable our clients to continue their operations with as little inconvenience as possible.
Our experienced underwriters are based in offices in all of our key markets. The company’s operational headquarters are in Amman, Jordan, and the company has a strong underwriting presence in the London insurance market, as well as operations in Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and Casablanca.
Our principal underwriting entity, IGI Bermuda and our UK subsidiary, IGI UK, are rated A- with a stable outlook by Standard & Poor’s and A- (Excellent) with a stable outlook by A.M. Best.