Казахстан: Снижение рынка на 4,64%

Согласно обновленным данным комитета госфиннадзора Нацбанка, страховые организации Казахстана в январе-июне 2014 года собрали страховые премии на общую сумму 144 млрд. тенге (578,73 млн. евро), что на 4,64% меньше, в национальной валюте, чем за аналогичный период 2013 года. В связи с девальвацией тенге, проведенной в начале февраля минувшего года Национальным банком Республики Казахстан и снижением курса национальной валюты к евро более чем на 20%, страховой рынок страны зарегистрировал снижение на 25% в европейской валюте.

В отчетном периоде, выплаты страховщиков составили 32 млрд. тенге или 137,05 млн. евро, рост на 15,04% по сравнению с результатами 1 полугодия 2013 года.

В 1 половине 2014 года сегмент страхования жизни снизился почти вдвое (- 48,27%), по причине того, что 12 июня 2013 года страховщикам было запрещено заключать договора пенсионного аннуитета. После снятия запрета на продажу пенсионного аннуитета, а именно в мае 2014 года, страховые компании заключили договоров на 16,2% меньше (-356,9 млн. тенге), чем за тот же период 2013 года.

Что касается сегмента общего страхования, то рост премий составил 10% и достиг 124 млрд. тенге или 499,46 млн. евро. Данный рост, в большей степени, обусловлен за счет добровольных видов страхования, таких как: КАСКО (+ 83,37%), имущественное страхование (+ 22,13%), обязательное страхование работника от несчастного случая (+32,25%) и гражданско-правовой ответственности (+12,62%).

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