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author: OCHA/ ReliefWeb


Location:
- Southeastern Europe.
- Neighbours: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania.

Climate:
- in the north, continental climate (cold winters and hot, humid summers with well distributed rainfall);
- in other parts, continental and Mediterranean climate (relatively cold winters with heavy snowfall and hot, dry summers and autumns).

Natural hazards:
- destructive earthquakes.

Macro indicators
* 2018 estimates
Surface:88,361km2
Population*:7.0million
Pop. density*:79.1people/km2
GDP*:42.9EUR billion
GDP/capita*:6,139.1EUR

European Union:
Official candidate

Currency: Dinar
Code: RSD
Since: 2006


Insurance market portfolio
* 2018 estimates
TOTAL LIFE*:24%
TOTAL NON-LIFE*:76%
Overall Property*:20%
Overall Motor*:43%


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Statistics

Serbia 1Q2019 Market Portfolio

Serbia 1Q2019 Insurance Companies Rankings


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Latest news



SERBIA: DUNAV supported AGROSIRM

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.








SERBIA: Dunav Osiguranje's share of Serbian insurers' premium income rises in H1

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A.M. Best assigns credit ratings to Dunav Re Company a.d.o. Belgrade

A.M. Best has assigned a Financial Strength Rating of B (Fair) and a Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating of "bb+" to Dunav Re Company a.d.o. Belgrade (Dunav Re) (Serbia), a subsidiary of Dunav Insurance Company j.s.c. Belgrade. (Dunav), a multi-line insurer operating in Serbia.



STATISTICS: SERBIA, FY2017: positive trend in business; changes in preparation of the regulatory side

Serbian insurance market ended 2017 with FWP worth EUR 785.8 million, 8.8% up y-o-y, a result supported in part also by the Serbian Dinar appreciation against the European currency. In local currency, the GWP growth was of only 4.4%. Most of the market growth came from the non-life insurance side, which saw a 11% increase in premiums, thus raising its weight in the market portfolio by about 1.5 percentage points.