Location map
author: OCHA/ ReliefWeb

- Central Europe;
- Neighbours: Slovakia, Czechia, Germany, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine.

- temperate with cold, cloudy, moderately severe winters with frequent precipitation;
- mild summers with frequent showers and thundershowers.

Natural hazards:
- destructive earthquakes;

Macro indicators
* 2018 estimates
Pop. density*:121.5people/km2
GDP*:492.2EUR billion

European Union:
EU member, since 2004

Currency: Zloty
Code: PLN
Since: 1994

Insurance market portfolio
* 2018 estimates
Overall Property*:11%
Overall Motor*:38%




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Poland 1H2023 Market Portfolio

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Poland 1H2023 Insurance Companies Rankings

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STATISTICS: POLAND, 1H2020: 7% y-o-y decline of the market net profit, but still a market of over EUR 7 billion at mid-year

Polish insurers ended the first half of 2020 with a 6.7% y-o-y decline of the GWP volume, to EUR 7.05 billion. In absolute terms, this means an about EUR 512 million drop in the market premiums turnover, almost equally divided between the life and non-life segments. Yet, given the about 5% depreciation of the Polish currency against Euro, the market results denominated in local currency look much better, showing just a 2% depreciation of the GWP volume.

POLAND: Gefion's MTPL contracts remain valid, KNF announces

Financial Supervision Authority of Poland announced that motor third party liability insurance contracts concluded or renewed until March 24, 2020 remain valid, and Gefion is obliged to consider reported claims and pay due compensation.

XPRIMM TIME FOR BUSINESS How did the Polish market cope with Covid crisis' challenges and what are the expectations for the future?

"At this point we do not see a strong effect yet on the financial figures of the insurance companies, but this is mainly due to the long-term nature of the business", Iwona SZCZESNA, the Head of the PIU (Polish Chamber of Insurance) Brussels Office stated at the microphone of the XTB show aired on 2 September. She added that "usually people buy insurance for the whole year, so we will see the impact on the financial figures in three to six months from now."

STATISTICS: POLAND, 1Q2020: Insurance market grew 2.4% y-o-y

Insurance companies in Poland underwrote gross premiums of PLN 16.74 billion (EUR 3.68 million*) in the first three months of 2020, up 2.4% year-over-year, the country's Financial Supervisory Authority (KNF) said in a report.

POLAND: Strategic cooperation of GENERALI with 4Life Direct

GENERALI CEE Holding announced a strategic two-fold cooperation with 4Life Direct in Poland: "4Life Direct becomes the agent of GENERALI in Poland and further, the cooperation includes a proposal for holders of over eighty thousand Polish policies from the company's partner from Gibraltar - to come under the wings of the Venetian lion".

PZU implemented mObywat to authenticate users of mojePZU platform

PZU is the first company in Poland implementing in cooperation with the Ministry of Digital Affairs an innovative solution for authenticating the user of the mojePZU (myPZU) platform. As a result, the use of PZU products will become even faster and more convenient.

POLAND: Tomasz Borowski named president of Vienna Life

During the last meeting, the supervisory board of Vienna Life accepted the resignation of Pawel Ziemba, chairman of the board, and Witold Czechowski, a member of the board, from performing his current functions with effect as of September 30, 2020. Tomasz Borowski will be the new president of the board.

Maciej FEDYNA to become new President of the Management Board and CEO of GENERALI in Poland

GENERALI announced that Maciej FEDYNA was nominated new President of the Management Board and CEO of GENERALI Poland companies as of 1 July 2020. Maciej FEDYNA, former Chief Financial Officer of GENERALI Poland, will succeed Andrea SIMONCELLI who was appointed as new Chairman of the Supervisory Boards of GENERALI T.U. S.A., GENERALI Zycie T.U. S.A and GENERALI Finance Sp. z o.o.

POLAND: Number of accidents caused by Polish vehicles decreased after 6 years of consecutive growth

For the first time in the past 6 years, the number of accidents due to the guilt of Polish drivers on foreign roads has started to decrease. At the end of 2019, for 12 months ended, Polish motorists caused 73 thousand accidents, 3% less when compared to over 75 thousand events during 2018. Traditionally, most of the accidents caused by Polish drivers happened on the roads of Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain and the Netherlands. Drivers of vehicles with Polish license plates cause 200 events per day on foreign roads.