Market regulation and supervision shaped by economic growth
he insurance industry in Egypt started in the middle of the 19th century through the presence of agencies or subsidiaries of foreign (particularly British and French) insurance groups. The main purpose of these companies, writes
, chairman of the Egyptian Insurance Supervisory Authority, was to provide personal and commercial cover for foreign communities often active in the Egyptian cotton trade.
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