The National Commission of Financial Market (NCFM) has decided to
sanction two shareholders of the insurance company Moldasig. Thus, the
"WESNA" L.T.D. (4.99% share) and "ERWA" Limited (4.98% share)
shareholders, have 3 months to sell their shares.
The National Commission of Financial Market (NCFM) has warned eight
insurance companies from Moldova, that they could remain without
license, because of the irregularities detected.
In 3Q2016, the total GWP collected by Moldavian insurance companies have exceeded one billion MDL, up by 11.58% compared 3Q2015, according to the official data published by the National Commission of the Financial Market in Moldova (CNPF).
Most of Moldovan insurance companies were fined by the National
Commission of Financial Market (CNPF). The sanctions were imposed
because they have not met the deadline for payment of compensation and
preparing the minutes on prejudice.
GENERAL Asigurari is the most recent player to enter the re/insurance market in Moldova. The Board of Directors of the National Commission of Financial Market has issued the prior approval of registration in this regard, according to official anouncement made by local supervisory authority.
The Moldavian insurance market has recorded in 1H2016, total GWP of MDL 628 million (EUR 28,2 million), increasing by 9,5% as compared with 1H2015, according to the official data published by the National Commission of the Financial Market in Moldova (CNPF). In the European currency, company's GWP have seen a decrease of 0,49%, as a consequence of the national currency depreciation against the European one.
Shareholders of ASITO insurance company have decided to close the company. The director of ASITO, Andrei Lupyri, has written a request to the Financial Market National Committee, with the request to take away the license.
The General Assembly of the Council of Bureaux in Brussels decided on June 2 to revoke the suspension of the National Bureau of Motor Insurers of Moldova (BNAA) from the "Green Card" system.
In the first three months of 2016, the total premiums of Moldova's insurance companies increased by 12.12%, up to MLD 284.41 million, compared to the same period of 2015, according to the official data published by the supervisory authority - NCFM.
On Friday, May, 13, 2016, the Board of Directors of the National Commission for Financial Market convoked urgently an extraordinary meeting. The reason was the imminent risk Moldova to be excluded from the international system of insurance Green Card, informs the Mold-Street.
At the end of December 2015, the Moldavian insurance market totaled MDL 1.2 billion (about EUR 58.8 million), up by 2.1% y-o-y, according to the preliminary statistics recently published by the market's supervisory authority. Claims paid by the 15 insurers that have reported operations totaled MDL 386.6 million (or EUR 18.5 million) - equivalent to 31% of the total GWP.
Council of Bureaux (CoB), the European institution based in Brussels, manager of the international insurance system "Green Card", has decided to postpone the decision suspending the National Bureau of Motor Insurers of Moldova (NBMI) of the "Green Card" until the General meeting of its members, scheduled to take place in early June, reads a press release issued by the NBMI.
All 15 insurance companies active on the Moldavian insurance market have concluded the first nine months of the year with a positive balance, according to data published by the National Commission of Financial Market (NCFM).
Starting April 1st, 2016, Moldavian drivers will not be able to buy Green Card policies from local companies, according to the most recent decision taken by the National Bureau of Motor Insurers (BNAA). According BNAA's statistics, on December 7th, there were 39,589 valid Green Card policies issued by 10 authorized insurers.
The GWP, in the first nine months, by the 15 Moldavian insurance companies active on the local market, totaled MDL 909.25 million (EUR 44.16 million), up by 1% y-o-y, according to the official data published by the National Commission of Financial Market of Moldova.
In the first half of 2015, the premiums mediated by the Moldavian insurance brokerage companies went up by 13% y-o-y, to MDL 179.35 million, according to the official data published by the National Commission of Financial Market of Moldova.
The European Union has launched a new Twinning Project in the field of prudential regulation and supervision of the non-banking financial market in Moldova, according to the official press-release published by the National Commission for Financial Markets. The project is financed by the European Union to the tune of EUR 1.3 million.
The National Motor Insurers' Bureau of Moldova (BNAA) has recently elected a new executive staff. Thus, the new CEO is Alina OSOIANU. She will replace Mihai MANOLE who resigned from the top executive position.
2014 and the first half of the current year were one of the most
difficult periods for the domestic insurance market due to the internal
disputes in the National Bureau of Motor Insurers in Moldova between the
members with rights to issue Green Card policies, namely, regarding the
principle of internal organization and the lack of access by the local
management to the funds of the bureau.
In the first six months of this year, the insurance companies of Republic of Moldova reported a total GWP volume of about MDL 573.17 million, down by half percent compared with the 1H2014 figures. About 93.72% of aggregated GWP volume was generated by the non-life classes, the remaining 6.28% being accounted by life policies.