CROATIA's osiguranje shareholder - the Rovinj based consortium ADRIS Grupa - with businesses in tourism, real estate, tobacco and food industry announced it plans to invest HRK 3 billion (EUR 400 million) in developing its three main business segments by 2023.
S&P Global Ratings has revised on 14 June its outlook to positive from stable on Poland-based multiline insurer Powszechny Zaklad Ubezpieczen S.A. (PZU) and its core operating subsidiaries, all together, the PZU Group. The agency affirmed its 'A-' long-term issuer credit and financial strength ratings.
The Geneva Association, the global organization of insurance and reinsurance CEOs, has announced the election of four new Board members. The association's Board refreshment follows to the appointment, in February, of Jad ARISS as Secretary General.
AXA XL, the property & casualty and specialty risk division of AXA, has named Robert KLEPPER as Chief Underwriting Officer -- Short Tail Insurance Lines, reporting to Jason HARRIS, Chief Executive, Global Property & Casualty Insurance.
FRISS, Guidewire PartnerConnectTM Solution partner and Guidewire Software, Inc., provider of the industry platform P&C insurers rely upon, announced that SURA Colombia (SURA), has successfully deployed its integrated claims fraud detection program for motor personal lines with the FRISS accelerator for Guidewire ClaimCenterTM.
To win the customer's heart, insurers cannot afford to lag behind on customer-focused innovation. Throughout the claims journey they must deliver interactive, personalised experiences.
GENERALI CEE Holding announces some changes in the managements of its subsidiaries CESKA pojistovna (Czech Republic), Generali Poistovna (Slovakia), and Generali osiguranje (Croatia), to become effective in the upcoming weeks and months once the necessary approvals have been received.
SCOR Global Life, a division of the French based reinsurer, has announced a series of appointments related to French market.
DUNAV Osiguranje, a Serbian insurance company based in Belgrade and the largest non-life insurance company in the Serbian insurance market, for the second consecutive year supported the Srem Agricultural Fair - AGROSIRM, that was held on June 8-9, as the company stated on its website.
The Board of Supervisors of the Bank of Lithuania in June approved the Board of Life Insurance and Pension Company Aviva Lietuva, according to the Company's official statement.
Bulgarian insurers ended Q1 2019 with a 23% y-o-y growth-rate in GWP, to BGN 748 million (EUR 382 million), while the aggregate value of net profit expanded by 41% y-o-y to BGN 52 million (~ EUR 26.5 million), according to the Bulgarian FSA preliminary figures.
Cypriot insurers reported aggregate GWP of EUR 250.6 million in the first three months of 2019, down by 1.2% y-o-y, according to the quarterly market figures published by the Insurance Association of Cyprus - IAC.
In 1Q2019, GWP of the Tajik insurance market increased by about 4% y-o-y in local currency. At the same time, compulsory insurance showed impressive growth amid falling GWP of the voluntary types, as the data, published by the National Bank of Tajikistan, show.
The insurance sector of Georgia in 1Q2019 grew by 9.44% y-o-y. Total GWP reached GEL 179.91 million (EUR 59.57 million), according to the data of the Insurance supervisory authority.
For January-May 2019, the average cost of MTPL policy for individuals decreased by 4.1% y-o-y, as data from the Russian Association of Motor Insurers (RAMI) show.
In the first quarter of this year, SOGAZ was way ahead of last year's leader SBERBANK Life insurance, collecting RUB 80.1 billion in GWP (GWP of SBERBANK Life insurance reached RUB 37.5 billion), ASN reported based on the data of the Bank of Russia.
Total number of insurance companies at the end of April 2019, was 27 (vs 31 a year ago). At the same time, assets of insurers increased by 17.6% y-o-y, according to Ranking.kz.
In 2018, there was a total of 7,285 "Green Card" claims for motor accidents caused by Slovenian vehicles, almost three times higher than 2,456 Green Card claims for motor accidents caused by foreign vehicles inside Slovenia, Slovenian Insurance Association (SIA) figures show.
The high interest in digitalization of the Hungarian branch of UNIQA paid off, making UNIQA an innovation "trendsetter" in the local market with its recently launched projects, like UNIQA HomeGuard and UNIQA CHERRISK.
GWP of MTPL insurers - members of the Motor (Transport) Insurance Bureau of Ukraine (MTIBU) increased by 13.57% y-o-y at the end of April 2019, amounting to UAH 1.578 billion (~EUR 53.31 million), reported Forinsurer.