AAGA ensures that it is publicly accountable in a fair, honest and equitable manner. Officers and employees of AAGA do not have any conflicts of interests in the performance of their responsibility in providing services not only to the company but also to the public.
The aim is to maximize the performance of the company and to ensure the financial soundness of the company. Hence, reports closely reflects the outcome of AAGA’s operations and its financial strengths.
AAGA’s board ensures that company’s assets are safe and protected from risks such as underwriting risks, reinsurance risks, investment risks, geographical risks, operational risks and legal risks.
AAGA protects the interests of all policy holders, claimants, creditors and minority shareholders by disclosing controlling and substantial interests and by complying with the provisions of Title 20 Chapter III of the Insurance Code on Holding Companies and related party transactions.