The first half of 2019 ended for the Croatian insurance market with aggregated GWP of EUR 784 million, 7.5% up y-o-y, a growth almost entirely provided by the non-life insurance segment.
ADRIATIC Osiguranje dd (ex. JADRANSKO osiguranje) has obtained the official approval of IVASS - Insurance Supervisory Authority of the Republic of Italy (Istituto per la Vigilanza sulle Assicurazioni) to start business in the Republic of Italy.
CROATIA's osiguranje shareholder - the Rovinj based consortium ADRIS Grupa - with businesses in tourism, real estate, tobacco and food industry announced it plans to invest HRK 3 billion (EUR 400 million) in developing its three main business segments by 2023.
GENERALI CEE Holding announces some changes in the managements of its subsidiaries CESKA pojistovna (Czech Republic), Generali Poistovna (Slovakia), and Generali osiguranje (Croatia), to become effective in the upcoming weeks and months once the necessary approvals have been received.
The gross written premiums of Croatian insurers totaled HRK 2.93 billion (EUR 396 million) in the first three months of 2019, up by 5.97% on the year, the Croatian Insurance Bureau informed.
The Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency (HANFA) has established a regulatory Innovation Hub, a specialized team dedicated to the issue of regulating financial innovation - FinTech, InsurTech, RegTech.
CROATIA Osiguranje, a member of the Adris Group and undisputed leader of the Croatian insurance market, ended 2018 with a net profit of HRK 270.4 million (EUR 36.45 million), 80% higher than in 2017, the company's annual report for last year shows.
Daniel MATIC is the new candidate for the opened position as Chairman of the Board inside Allianz Zagreb, Croatia. He will replace Boris GALIC after getting the necessary approvals from the regulator.
Slovenia's Administrative Court has dismissed the appeal against the ban on the acquisition of shares in the Sava Re's group parent company, Pozavarovalnica SAVA by Croatian leading insurer CROATIA Osiguranje imposed by AZN - the Slovenian insurance supervisory body, the Croatian insurer announced.
In February 2019 total GWP value in Croatia reached HRK 1,818,336,162 (EUR 245 million), an increase of HRK 129,584,639 (+5.76%) compared to February 2018. Non-life GWP represented 76.51%, while Life classes reached a 23.49% share.
Zavarovalnica SAVA, part of Slovenian re/insurance group SAVA Re, announced it has finalised the aquisition of the two Croatian units of the German insurance group ERGO, part of MUNICH Re: ERGO osiguranje and ERGO zivotno osiguranje.
After almost 20 years in the positions of member and President of the GRAWE Hrvatska Management Board, Igor PURETA will leave the company at the expiration of his mandate, on April 2. He will be replaced by Natasa KAPETANOVIC, member of the Management Board since 2010.
CROATIA Osiguranje's Supervisory Board appointed, on 30 January, Davor TOMASKOVIC as a member of the Management Board. Upon completion of the prescribed procedure and regulatory approvals, the Supervisory Board will appoint Davor TOMASKOVIC as President of the company's Board.
Ante Zigman, the President of Management Board from HANFA (Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency) was elected as member of EIOPA Mediation Panel. The Mediation Panel is responsible to mediate and resolve in an impartial manner the disputes between national competent authorities.
The gross written premiums of Croatian insurers totaled HRK 9.9 billion (EUR 1.3 billion) last year, up by 8.8% y-o-y, official figures show. The highest contribution to this positive evolution came from the life insurance segment and from the motor insurance lines.
CROATIA osiguranje (CO) has announced on 23 January that both agreements concluded in June last year, to acquire through its Bosnian subsidiary the full ownership of the Bosnian Testing Center LLC and the CENTRAL INSURANCE company, are canceled.
SAVA Re was granted the Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency's approval for the direct acquisition of the control ownership package (over 50%) of the Croatian subsidiaries of ERGO, namely ERGO Insurance and ERGO Life Insurance, both domiciled in Zagreb.
Between 2008 and 2017, the Croatian insurance market saw an 8% decrease in business, in GWP terms. From an absolute value of EUR 1.32 billion recorded in 2008, GWP at the overall market level gradually decreased year by year, until 2015, when the market started to grow again. The positive trend seen in 2016 and 2017 was not strong enough to bring the market at the pre-crisis level.