TRIGLAV plans to book EUR 70-80 million in 2017 pre-tax profit

Slovenian insurer TRIGLAV announced its plans to book a profit before tax of EUR 70-80 million in 2017. At the same time, the Group plans to book around EUR 930 million in consolidated gross written premium (vs. approximately EUR 900 million planned for 2016), while the planned combined ratio of the TRIGLAV Group is around 95%.

Andrej SLAPAR, President of the Management Board of Zavarovalnica TRIGLAV: "We are entering the next strategic period with ambitious and clearly defined objectives. We see ourselves as a modern digital insurance/financial group, holding the leading position in the region and being known for its numerous competitive advantages. These advantages will be further strengthened. With this in mind, we wish to maintain financially stable and profitable operations, pursue sustainable development goals and in this way act responsibly towards our shareholders, employees, local communities and environment in general. In 2017 we will actively implement projects with the aim of achieving our strategic guidelines and objectives."

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