TURKMENISTAN: new General Director of the State insurance organization appointed
Guvanch NURMUKHAMMEDOV has been appointed as the new General Director of the State insurance organization, the single insurance institute of Turkmenistan, as the State information agency of Turkmenistan wrote.
TURKMENISTAN: new acting general director of the State insurance organization appointed
The deputy general director of Turkmengosstrakh - Dovletmyrat GULMYRADOV was appointed as the acting General Director of this single insurance organization, as the State information agency of Turkmenistan announced on January 21 with reference to an official decree of the President of the country.
TURKMENISTAN: Compulsory TPL insurance of the companies which may endager environment has came into force
The law on environmental safety came into force in Turkmenistan. The new legal act stipulates compulsory insurance of civil liability of enterprises and industries that are a source of increased environmental danger.
TURKMENISTAN: The insurance penetration degree remains at a low level in GDP, 0.20% (2012-2014)
According to the XPRIMM estimates, the insurance penetration degree remains at a low level in GDP, 0.20% (2012-2014).
TURKMENISTAN: Steps forward to create a single insurance information network
The State Insurance Organization of Turkmenistan, for the time being the sole insurance entity in the country, is completing the creation of a single information network, TREND news agency reported. The Turkmen State Insurance Organization has an extensive network in the country of more than 40 offices and is currently taken steps to expand its partnerships with leading international insurance, reinsurance companies and insurance brokers.
Turkmenistan launches the entities to supervise the privatization of state property
Turkmen President Gurbanguly BERDIMUHAMEDOV signed a decree on the establishment of relevant interdepartmental central committee at the Ministry of Economy and Development of Turkmenistan for the execution of the law "On denationalization and privatization of state property", TREND News Agency reported on August 1st.
TURKMENISTAN: A chance for the insurance market demonopolisation in 2014
Starting July 1st, 2014 in Turkmenistan the process of demonopolisation and privatisation of state property will begin, in accordance with the law adopted in December 2013 by the Turkmen Parliament. The new law enforcement also addresses the development of the insurance industry, as it allows the entrance of private capital in this area of business, previously completely controlled by the State through a state monopoly insurance company (The State insurance Company of Turkmenistan).
TURKMENISTAN is preparing to launch a new insurance company
In the near future will be launched a new player on the insurance market of Turkmenistan, informed the local media. The company name will be ATIYACLANDYRYS Hyzmatlary ("Insurance Services"), and will have the following local entities as shareholders: TURKMENGAS (25%% stake in share capital as a founder), TURKMENISTAN Airlines (with a share of 15% of the authorized capital) and State Insurance of Turkmenistan (with a share of 10%).
TURKMENISTAN, FY2011: Figures showing the "local appetite" for insurance
In 2011 the gross premium written in Turkmenistan was of EUR 45.7 million, 15% more as compared to a year before. By insurance classes, voluntary segment predominated and represented 95% of total, a hardly usual situation for CIS Region. Looking at the past results, one should notice that the insurance market increased six times in last five years. Responsible for the development of the insurance industry is "the only one" company that operates: TURKMEN GOSSTRAKH which can be translated into "State Insurance Organization of Turkmenistan".
ON THE MOVE
Bulgaria: Boiko ATANASSOV appointed as FSC's head
The Parliament of the Republic of Bulgaria appointed Boiko ATANASSOV as Chairperson of the Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) on March 15, with 134 votes in favour, none opposed or abstained.
RUSSIA: Alexander ZARETSKI steps down from the presidency at METLIFE
On April 1, 2019, Alexander ZARETSKI will step down from his presidency of METLIFE. According to the Company's Board of Directors, this decision was made for personal reasons. Gheorghe DIMITRU will take over as president, ASN wrote.
TALANX announced finalization of generational renewal at Board level
The German insurer TALANX announced the Supervisory Board has completed the generational shift at Board level.
New appointments within SCOR Global P&C; Michel BLANC is the new CEO of Reinsurance
In Reinsurance, SCOR Global P&C announces the following appointments, effective April 1, 2019:
ASIROM VIG names Wolfgang HAJEK new CFO
Romania-based ASIROM, part of Vienna Insurance Group (VIG), has appointed Wolfgang HAJEK as the new CFO.
Climate and cyber: two Cs with catastrophic potential and the insurance business - under debate in Vienna, on April 9
10 years after its inception, the Romanian mandatory dwelling insurance system has progressed and PAID, the pool underwriting and managing the mandatory policies is a strong and financially sound institution. "We are currently managing a reinsurance program worth EUR 920 million, with a pool of excellent reinsurers, more than half of them rated AA+, while the company's solvency rate is of 220%," recently stated Nicoleta RADU, CEO, PAID.
Conclusions: TBILISI - the first Georgian International Insurance Conference
The first Georgian International Insurance Conference took place on 14 March 2019. The event put under scrutiny the current status and the future development perspectives of the local market, in an attempt of identifying the main growth opportunities. The forthcoming launch of the mandatory MTPL system was the most important topic on the agenda, as this new line of business has the potential to provide for a significant growth, but also to become a market disruptor.
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Climate risks have always produced high impact events, causing material and human losses that often have remained in collective memory as reference points. On the other hand, cyber risks are just emerging, but they are already demonstrating a potentially catastrophic impact which still needs to be better understood and assessed.