Qatar exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Insurance—Diversified. Location Qatar, Doha.

Qatar Islamic Insurance Group Q.P.S.C. [QISI.QAQatar

8.7USD0.2 (-2.30%)

• At close Mon Oct 03 2022

358,928,541 USD
MARKET CAP
16.653
PE
0.204
BETA (5y)
0.505
EPS

profit

61%

for 5 years

profit

54%

for 3 years

profit

29%

for 2 years

profit

26%

for 1 year

profit

6%

for this year

About Qatar Islamic Insurance Group Q.P.S.C.

Qatar Islamic Insurance Group Q.P.S.C. provides a range of insurance products and services in Qatar. The company primarily offers property, travel, motor, marine, fire, engineering, liability, life, medical, money-bankers, energy, electronics and computer, takaful, health, and family package insurance products; and general insurance products, including burglary, plate glass, office multicover, and accident insurance products. It serves private and public sectors, including government offices, banking institutions, hotels, and other organizations, as well as infrastructure projects. The company was formerly known as Qatar Islamic Insurance Company Q.P.S.C. Qatar Islamic Insurance Group Q.P.S.C. was incorporated in 1993 and is based in Doha, Qatar.

QIIC offers comprehensive and tailored insurance covers for individuals and entities in Qatar. Our services include; Car Insurance | Liability Insurance | Fire Insurance | Travel Insurance & more!

Qatar Islamic Insurance Group Q.P.S.C.
https://www.qiic.com.qa
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