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Terms & Conditions

This website and its content, unless otherwise stated, are owned by the Arab Insurance Institute (the “Arab Insurance Institute or the “AII”).  The content of this website may be viewed, printed or downloaded for exclusive use by the AII itself, in its teaching, research, administrative activities or any other similar activities, or by the website users for their personal, non-commercial use.  The website and its content are not to be modified, reproduced, transmitted, published or otherwise made available in whole or in part without the prior written consent of the AII.  Should the Arab Insurance Institute agree to give consent to the use of the material, the AII (i) will be credited as the source of the material and  (ii) will determine the extent and/or method of the use of such material.

Legal disclaimer

The Arab Insurance Institute has made every effort to ensure that the information and guidance provided on this website and in programs, seminars and events, is accurate and up to date. The Arab Insurance Institute will endeavor to correct any errors or omissions that are pointed out. However, The Arab Insurance Institute gives no warranty as to the accuracy of the information or guidance when used for a specific purpose. The information and guidance does not constitute legal or professional advice. All implied warranties and conditions are excluded, to the maximum extent permitted by law. The Arab Insurance Institute is in no way responsible or liable for any damage or loss whatsoever arising from viewing, downloading or using information from this website and from the use of or reliance on the information and guidance on this website or in programs, seminars and events.


This website contains links to websites operated by third parties. These links are provided for convenience only. The Arab Insurance Institute has no control over and/or interference/participation in such websites and accepts no liability for their content. 

  • The registration deadline is 5 working days before the course/event date. Please ensure that the completed registration form together with payment reaches The Arab Insurance Institute before this date as course materials need to be prepared.
  • We are not in a position to arrange visas for course participants. Please ensure that you allow enough time to get your visa, if required. 
  • As The Arab Insurance Institute practices a no credit policy, payment must be made before the first day of the course / event.
  • Reservation can be made on the website, by email or by fax, but confirmation of places is subject to availability.
  • If necessary The Arab Insurance Institute reserves the right to change trainers or modify the course content without prior notice or, in extreme circumstances, reschedule or cancel the course.
  • Replacement of participant(s) is allowed free of charge, unless there is insufficient time for any mandatory pre-course work to be completed. Changes of participants must be notified in advance to allow administrative adjustments.
  • Late cancellations and no-shows put programmes at risk of being postponed at inconvenience to other participants. The Arab Insurance Institute therefore has a cancellation policy that aims to ensure the courses and events remain viable.
  • All cancellations should be made in writing, preferably by email.
  • All refunds are subject to a $50 cancellation charge per participant to cover administration costs and unrecoverable fees.
  • Scale of refunds available:

Number of working days before the first day of the course / event

Percentage of refund available, minus the cancellation fee