STATISTICS:

Latvia

Location:
in eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, between Estonia and Lithuania

Climate:
maritime climate with wet, moderate winters

Natural hazards:
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Currency: Lats (LVL)

1 EUR = 0.702804 Lats - LVL (fixed)

Sources:
The Financial and Capital Market Commission of Latvia (FKTK)
Latvian Insurers Association (LAA)
National Bank of Latvia

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Good signs for you to invest in the LATVIAN insurance business

At the end of September 2015, a huge amount was totaled by the Latvian insurance market: 396 million of euros. It means that, in comparison with the same period in 2014, this business has grown 4,6 percent. The Financial and Capital Market Commission (FKTK) stated that, in claims, the Latvian insurance companies paid more than 225 million euros and, in statistics, it is equivalent to affirm that such increase represents 9.5 percent more year over year. But that's not all. The local insurers have written, of the total gross premiums, more than 72 percent. In euros, it corresponds to 287 million; and, by the way, 5.8 percent more year over year.

LATVIA: Balta insurer closes 2015 with profit of EUR 1.19 mln

Latvian insurance company Balta closed 2015 was a profit of EUR 1.19 million, informs LETA, according to the company's annual statements. After posting loss for several successive years, Balta succeed to break into the black in 2015. For example, previously it showed a loss of more than EUR 1 million in 2014, and a loss of EUR 2.2 million in 2013.

Deputy chairman may take over LATVIA's finance watchdog

The Bank of Latvia President Ilmars Rimsevics and Finance Minister Janis Reirs (Unity) have nominated the Financial and Capital Market Commission's (FKTK) deputy chairman Peters Putnins as the commission's head, reported LETA Monday.

LATVIAN financial watchdog chairman quits

Kristaps Zakulis, the chairman of the Latvian financial regulator the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FKTK), has tendered his resignation, BNS was told at the FKTK. FKTK spokeswoman Elina Avotina said that Zakulis' decision has been well-considered.

7% growth in GWP expected for the Latvian market in 2016

Competition will remain tough in all segments on the Baltic insurance markets in 2016, preventing significant rises in the insurance premiums level. As a result, the Latvian market is expected to maintain the 7% growth pace experienced in 2015, informs LETA quoting Ingrida KIRSE, ERGO Board member in the Baltic states.