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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Pak-Qatar Family Takaful business grows

KARACHI: Pak-Qatar Family Takaful (PQFTL) has recorded 120 percent growth in its Takaful business in 2010 to Rs1.04 billion as compared with previous year’s Rs466 million.

PQFTL recorded 66 percent growth in its branch network to 44 branches in 21 cities of the country.

Pak-Qatar Family Takaful (PQFTL) was the first Takaful company in Pakistan to declare a surplus of 15 percent for its individual customers for 2009.

The company has registered tremendous growth despite economic recession which speaks highly about the acceptance of Takaful by the masses. The company began its operations in 2007.

Courtesy by: The International News

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  1. Your comments please:
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    Will Islami Sigorta and Islami Bankalar develop in tandem with inevitable exponential growth of the online insurance model?
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