SERBIA: NBS Signs MoU with Italian Insurance Supervisor

Appreciating the fact that Italy is one of the most significant home countries of investors in the Serbian insurance sector and aiming to further enhance insurance supervision in Serbia, the NBS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Italian Insurance Supervisory Authority (IVASS). The document regulates joint actions and information sharing between the two supervisors, mainly in relation to members of Italian business groups 'Unipol' and 'Generali', i.e. two of the three largest insurers and two of the four reinsurers in Serbia. Read the full story

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