Al Nabooda Insurance Brokers, (ANIB), and the Emirates Cricket Board, (ECB), have signed an insurance agreement where ANIB will provide Emirates Cricket’s centrally contracted players with medical insurance coverage during their local and international fixtures. The agreement also sees ANIB named as Official Insurance Supplier.
Zayed Abbas, Emirates Cricket spokesperson, said, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with ANIB. Together, Emirates Cricket and ANIB have been working diligently to create a unique and comprehensive sports specific medical insurance cover, which includes extensive coverage of possible sport related injuries protecting our players and coaching staff.” “Emirates Cricket has been very selective in which insurance provider we chose to partner with, and we are exceptionally pleased ANIB saw the potential in creating such a unique solution, and stepped up to create an affordable way to ensure our players are fully covered.”
Sukumar Rajagopal, Managing Director of ANIB, said, “we are extremely happy to have been able to provide a reliable solution for ECB’s requirement. Our global reach, has come in handy, yet again, to tailor and provide the best fit insurance. It also gives us great pleasure to be a supplier to the ECB and their players. We have always been supportive towards the growth of the game in the region. This is another tremendous opportunity for us to continue working towards the development of the game in the UAE and to take care of our players”.
“It gives ANIB a great sense of pride, to associate with our country’s international cricketers. As our young and talented team, journeys towards becoming a force to be reckoned with internationally, brand ANIB will quietly delight in their achievements and be ready to support when required.” said ANIB’s Senior VP, Brand & Media, Daniel Jason.
With UAE’s tournament calendar heavily populated with matches over the coming months, locally and internationally, there’s no doubt that Emirates Cricket will be well assisted by this timely insurance agreement.