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Dubai National Insurance names A. R. Srinivasan as CEO

Srinivasan has an experience of over 37 years in the insurance industry.

Dubai National Insurance, a leading name in the UAE insurance industry, has announced the appointment of A. R. Srinivasan, a chartered accountant from India, as its chief executive officer (CEO).  

Before joining DNI Insurance, Srinivasan played a key role in establishing the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC) subsidiary of MNK Re Limited, a prominent Lloyd’s Broker based in London.

Srinivasan has spent the last 29 years serving in senior managerial capacities within the Middle East, providing him with an intricate understanding of the region’s insurance landscape.

His insurance experience has spanned across India, Oman, Dubai, and Bahrain, encompassing leadership roles such as CEO of DAR Al TAKAFUL in Dubai, CEO of Arabia Falcon in Oman, and Al Ahlia Insurance Oman.

“The entire team at DNI Insurance is excited about the new chapter under Srinivasan’s leadership. His depth of knowledge, strategic vision, and proven ability to drive transformation align seamlessly with the company’s commitment to excellence and innovation,” said Khalaf Al Habtoor, chairman of DNI.

“Under Srinivasan’s guidance, DNI Insurance is poised to reinforce its position as a pioneer in the insurance sector, delivering innovative solutions and outstanding service to clients while achieving new heights of prosperity,” he added.

Sharing his view on the new role, Srinivasan said, “I am honoured to be appointed as CEO of DNI, and I look forward to leveraging my experience and expertise to drive transformative growth, build lasting partnerships, and deliver unparalleled value to our clients and stakeholders. Together, we will navigate the evolving landscape and chart a course towards continued success.”

“I thank Mr. Al Habtoor and the board for this opportunity and for their confidence in my skills to lead the company and I look forward to working closely with the board, the team and the business partners,” he added.

 

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