Southeast Europe, between Serbia and Macedonia
influenced by continental air masses resulting in relatively cold winters with heavy snowfall and hot, dry summers and autumns; Mediterranean and alpine influences create regional variation; maximum rainfall between October and December
Sources:Insurance Association of KosovoCentral Bank of the Republic Kosovo
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According to CBK's report, in 2016, the value of premiums written by insurance companies amounted to euro 83.5 million, which represents an annual increase of 4.4 percent.
Kosovo's insurance companies posted a combined net profit of 1.1 million euro ($1.2 million) in the first quarter of the year, compared to a net profit of 1.3 million euro in the like period of 2016, according to data from the country's central bank.
Kosovo's insurance companies posted a combined net loss of 23.9 million euro ($25.4 million), more than three times higher than their aggregate net loss of 7.7 million euro in 2015, data from the country's central bank shows.
Last year, the Kosovo insurance market totaled EUR 81.2 million, or 3.1% more y-o-y, according to the figures published by the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo (CBK). At the same time, the volume of paid claims by local insurers remained about at the 2015 level: EUR 39 million.
In 3Q 2016 the Kosovo insurers reported a 3% y-o-y increase in GWP to EUR 62.9 million, as the Central Bank - CBK data showed. MTPL premiums accounted for about 65% of total GWP, of which a share of 56% - third party liability policies, while the share of Border policies was close to 9%. Other types of voluntary segments accounted for ~35% of total market.
An agreement signed on September 14 will eliminate the need for drivers
of Kosovo-registered cars to purchase temporary "proba" plates when
traveling in Serbia. "After three years of the proba plates, I
told our international partners, 'It's time for reciprocity'," Edita
Tahiri, Kosovo Minister for Dialogue, said for PI.
Kosovo's insurance companies posted a combined net loss of 11.5 million euro for the first seven months of the year, compared to a net loss of 2.5 million euro in the same period last year, data from the country's central bank indicated.
The Kosovo insurers' GWP increased by 1.68% y-o-y to EUR 39.96 million in the first half of 2016, as shown by the Central Bank's data. Gross written premiums from Motor TPL insurance increased by 5.28% to EUR 22.57 million, generating about 56.48% of total GWP. The total gross claims paid were down by more than 8% to EUR 17.81 million.
Kosovo's insurance companies posted a combined net loss of 11 million euro for the first half of the year, as compared to a net loss 2.5 million euro net loss a year ago, data from the country's central bank indicated.
At the end of March 2016, the Kosovo insurance market totaled EUR 18.50 million - 2.56% more y-o-y, according to the market statistics published by the Central Bank of Kosovo - CBK. During the reported period, claims paid by insurers totaled EUR 8.20 million, down by 8.71%.