Slovakia

Location:
Central Europe, south of Poland

Climate:
temperate; cool summers; cold, cloudy, humid winters


Natural hazards:
Na

Currency: EURO

Sources:
Slovak Insurers Association (SLASPO)
National Bank of Slovakia

Insurance statistics

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1H2009
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1Q2017 Market portfolio (NBS)

FY2016 Market Portfolio (NBS) (UPDATE)

SLOVAKIA: New levy to raise insurance premiums

Rates may rise only marginally for some types of insurance, but others could increase by 15 percent or more, experts say. As of the beginning of 2017, prices of some non-life insurance products, mainly vehicle and travel insurance, have started to increase in Slovakia. Insurance companies are responding in this way to a new 8-percent levy that the state now applies to every new premium.

Slovak Rep.: Insurers will pay the special levy on business at a double rate, but lower corporate taxes

The Slovak Government and Parliament made several changes to the tax system with effect from 1 January 2017, some of them affecting also the local insurance companies, as well as their foreign shareholders. The recently adopted amendments concern - among others - corporate and personal income tax, value added tax, special levy in regulated industries, as well as social security and health insurance contributions, reads a Kinstellar report published by the Lexology portal.

SLOVAKIA: KBC interested in banking opportunities

Belgian banking and insurance group KBC is interested in looking for acquisition opportunities in Slovakia, in line with its plan to expand in its core markets in central Europe, KBC Group Chief Executive Johan Thijs said on Wednesday.

SLOVAK Rep.: Increasing insurance taxation is raising hauliers' discontent

The Slovak government's decision to extend the 8% tax, previously applied only to the MTPL insurance premiums, to all the facultative non-life insurance lines has raised not only insurers' discontent, but also a negative reaction of CESMAD - the Association of Road Transport Operators of the Slovak Republic. In short, Slovak hauliers blame the recent change in taxation for the sharp increase in the mandatory motor insurance prices.