IGI’s Q4 CR deteriorates 8.6 pts to 92.4% on currency revaluation impact

International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) has reported a deterioration in its fourth quarter combined ratio to 92.4 percent because of unfavourable reserve development resulting from currency revaluation, while gross written premiums (GWP) fell 4.2 percent driven by the long-tail segment.


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