Румыния: Прибыль брокеров снизилась на 7% в 2011 году, до 141 млн. лей

Прибыль зарегистрированная брокерскими компаниями, в 2011 году, составила 141,1 млн. лей (около 33 млн. евро). Результаты снизились на 6,9% по сравнению с годом ранее, согласно отчету Комиссии по Страховому Надзору (CSA) за 2011 год.

Более того, согласно органу надзора, из 493 страховых компаний, которые предоставили результаты, только 353 компанийй вышли в прибыль, остальные 140 зарегистрировали убытки в размере более, чем 13,5 млн. лей.

Таким образом, показатель «прибыль/убыток», по состоянию на 31 декабря 2011 года составил 127,6 млн. лей, что на 2,8 млн. лей меньше, чем на конец 2010 года.

Прибыль первых 10 брокеров составила 70,5% от общего результата, в то время прибыль 20 брокеров - 80%.

Самую большую прибыль в 28,5 млн. лей зарегистрировал брокер PORSCHE Broker (20,2% от общего рынка), затем следует UNICREDIT Insurance Broker в 27,6 млн. лей (19,6% от общего рынка) и RCI Broker - 10,8 млн. лей.


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