GWP written for the first five months (January to May) 2018 by Albanian insurers amounted to over ALL 6,277 million, or 3.01% more y-o-y, while the number of related insurance contracts reached to 462,260 with an increase of 7.30% y-o-y, Albanian FSA data show.
The Albanian insurance market reached over ALL 3.55 billion (EUR 27.2 million) during Q1 2018, or 2.53% more y-o-y, according to the quarterly statistics published by the local Financial Supervisory Authority.
The Albanian economy grew by 3.36 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017 according to the figures from the Albanian National Institute of Statistics (INSTAT) released on Tuesday.
The Albanian insurance industry amounted over ALL 16.19 billion (~EUR 122 million) at the end of 2017, or 5.38% y-o-y. During the analysed period, the number of issued insurance contracts reached 1,261,238 showing an increase of 11.99 % compared to year 2016.
Albania will undertake a legal initiative to insure households and businesses from floods, the country's Prime Minister Edi Rama announced on Manday, reads xinhuanet.com.
Albanian insurance market totaled EUR 90 million (ALL 12 billion) at the end of September 2017, a nominal growth rate in European currency of about 14.5%.
Albanian Competition Commission said it has approved the sale and transfer of 90% shares of the life insurer INSIG Jete (INSIG Life), from local insurer EUROSIG to two local businessmen: Shefqet KASTRATI and Samir MANE.
The Albanian insurance market reached over ALL 7,415 million (EUR 56 million) during the period January - June 2017, or 12.03% more compared with 1H2016, the Financial Supervisory Authority informed.
Albania's gross domestic product expanded by 3.94 percent in the first
quarter of 2017 over the same three-month period of 2016, helped
especially by a strong construction sector, the Institute of Statistics
said on Friday.
Two of the country's biggest and richest entrepreneurs have diversified their investments in the insurance market.
The Albanian insurance market reached over ALL 3.45 billion (EUR 25.4 million) during Q1 2017, or 17.62% more y-o-y, according to the quarterly statistics published by the local Financial Supervisory Authority.
Albanian insurer Eurosig is selling 90% of the life-insurance business of its wholly owned subsidiary Insig to two local entrepreneurs, Samir Mane and Shefqet Kastrati, according to media reports.
At the end of 2016, the Albanian insurance market totaled about ALL 15,466 million (about EUR 114 million), or 9.64% y-o-y, according to the figures published by the local market authority. The total value of paid claims was about ALL 4,276 million (EUR 31.6 million) or 17.54% more y-o-y, of which more than half (about 52%) were related to Compulsory MTPL insurance.
There are about 15,600 businesses registered for the first time in Albania's fiscal administration during 2016, the data published by the General Taxation Directorate showed Thursday.
The Albanian insurance market reached over ALL 10.8 billion (EUR 78.6 milion) for the period January - September 2016, or 7.2% more y-o-y, according to the quarterly market statistics published by AFSA - Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority. During the analysed period, the number of issued insurance contracts reached 808,881 showing a decrease of 0.4% y-o-y. The total of paid claims was about ALL 2.9 million or 27.8% more, compared to the period 3Q 2015.
Albanian insurers' gross written premiums rose 4.6% on the year, reaching 9.4 billion leks (68.4 milion euro) for the first eight months of 2016, the country's financial supervisory authority AMF said on Friday.
Albanian insurers' gross written premiums rose 3% on the year to 7.96 billion leks (64.9 million euro) in the first seven months of 2016, the country's financial supervisory authority said.
At the end of June 2016, the Albanian insurance market totalled ALL 6.62 billion (~EUR 48 million), 3% up y-o-y, while the total amount of paid claims was of ALL 1.89 billion (~EUR 14 million) - or 30% more y-o-y, according to the figures published by the local market authority.
The Albanian insurance market reached GWP of over ALL 2,939 million (EUR 21.2 million) for the period January-March 2016, or 2.70% less y-o-y. During the analysed period, the number of issued insurance contracts reached 222,422 showing a decrease of 1.29% y-o-y.
BFC was contracted by EFSE to conduct a feasibility study on the
potential for agricultural insurance products and services, particularly
in rural areas of Albania and Bosnia.