CIS Statistics

CIS Insurance statistics

FY2016CIS Overall Market Dataxlsx
1H2016CIS Overall Market Dataxlsx
FY2015CIS Overall Market Dataxlsx
1H2015CIS Overall Market Dataxlsx
3Q2014CIS Overall Market Dataxlsx
1H2014CIS Overall Market Datapdf
1H2011CIS Market Overviewpdf
1H2011TOP 50 Insurance Companiespdf
1H2011Market Indicators in Local Currencyxlsx
1H2011Market Indicators in European Currencyxlsx
1H2011Full Lenght Insurance Rankingxlsx
2010CIS Insurance market overviewpdf
2010CIS Insurance market main indicatorsxls
1H2010
CIS Insurance market overviewpdf
1H2010
CIS Insurance market main indicatorsxls




About Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

Commonwealth of Independent States is a regional organization which was created in December 1991 by the former Soviet Republics. In the adopted Declaration the participants of the Commonwealth declared their interaction on the basis of sovereign equality.
At present the CIS member states are: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.
In 2008, Georgia leaves the organization.

1H2011 - Too big to be small

The region of the Commonwealth of Independent States offers important potentials for future growth of the insurance market. This statement is reinforced if we compare the figures recorded in the first six months of this year to those recorded in Central and Eastern Europe. In the first six months of 2011, the market amounted to EUR17.3bn, with only half euro million less than the cumulated result of the 17 countries of the CEE Region. Also, the growth rate was higher than in the CEE: 11.2%, compared to 8.2%.

2010: The future is in the East

The CIS insurance market has avoided the crisis in 2010, a reality confirmed by presented figures: in no state has the insurance industry decreased. Thus, if we exclude Russia, the insurance market of the 10 CIS countries accounted for a volume of underwritings of EUR 3.6 billion, about 21% more than in 2009. If in the total result we also include Russia, the market amounted to EUR 29.4 billion, with only EUR 3.6 billion less than the cumulated result of the 17 countries of the CEE region.

1H2010: Promises for better

The region of the Commonwealth of Independent States offers important potentials for future growth of the insurance market. This statement is reinforced if we compare the figures recorded in the first six months of this year to those recorded in Central and Eastern Europe.