News - Insurance

STATISTICS: Turkish market exceeds EUR 8 billion at end-September

According to the quarter figures published by TSB - Association of Insurance and Reinsurance Companies of Turkey - at the end of September 2022 the local insurance market increased by 108% y-o-y reaching TRY 146.9 billion (~EUR 8.1 billion). In European currency, due to the exchange rates differences, the market change was only +18% y-o-y.

S&P: most CEE-6 economies would be in recession in 2023

Worsening geopolitical and financial conditions have dented growth momentum in Central and Eastern Europe. A sharp growth slowdown is already underway as persistently high inflation is eroding consumer purchasing power, financial conditions tighten, and the impetus from reopening economies and pent-up demand fades, S&P Global Ratings noted in the new report "Central and Eastern Europe: Growth Freezes, Risks Mount".

BELARUS: Model law on MTPL may be adopted before the end of this year

The model legislative act "On the system of compulsory insurance of civil liability of owners of vehicles of the Union State" may be adopted before the end of this year, BELTA reports referring to Viktor Pinsky, Chairman of the Commission of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union of Belarus and Russia on legislation and regulations.

CAP: Every Czech has at least one insurance policy

Every Czech has at least one insurance policy according to a Survey published by Czech Insurance Association - CAP, about the perceptions of the insurance industry and conducted by the independent research agency SC&C.

STATISTICS: BiH insurers' 9 months business extended by 8.15% y-o-y

The insurance market of Bosnia and Herzegovina ended the first nine months of the current year with aggregate gross written premiums worth BAM 668.66 million (~EUR 341.88 million) vs. BAM 618.26 million (~EUR 316.11 million) a year before, according to the January-September 2022 market data published by AZOBiH - Insurance Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina.