Албания: Снижение страхового рынка на 5,6% в первом полугодии 2012 года

По итогам работа первого полугодия 2012 года, страховые компании Албании собрали 29,5 млн. евро, что на 5,56% меньше по сравнению с аналогичным периодом 2011 года, согласно Комиссии по Страховому Надзору Албании. В отчетном периоде, количество подписанных договоров составила 469.449 или на 25.40% меньше, чем в январе - июне 2011 года.

Основным сегментом в развитии рынка остается страхование не-жизни, занимает 88,63% от общего объема премий, в то время как страхование жизни - 11,26%.

В отчетном периоде 2012 года, выплаты страховщиков составилт 10,9 млн. евро, номинальный рост в 35,96% по сравнению с аналогичным периодом 2011 года. Большая чать выплат пришлась на сегмент автострахования, около 7,6 млн. евро или 69,63% от общего объема выплат.

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