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Location:
- Central Europe, eastern Alps bordering the Adriatic Sea;
- Neighbours: Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia.

Climate:
- Mediterranean climate on the coast, continental climate with mild to hot summers and cold winters in the plateaus and valleys to the east.

Natural hazards:
- flooding;
- earthquakes.

Macro indicators
* 2018 estimates
Surface:20,273km2
Population*:2.1million
Pop. density*:102.1people/km2
GDP*:45.9EUR billion
GDP/capita*:22,205.2EUR

European Union:
EU member, since 2004

Currency: Euro
Code: EUR
Since: 2007


Insurance market portfolio
* 2018 estimates
TOTAL LIFE*:31%
TOTAL NON-LIFE*:69%
Overall Property*:12%
Overall Motor*:23%


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Statistics

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Slovenia 3Q2022 Market Portfolio

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Slovenia 3Q2022 Insurance Companies Rankings


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Latest news


TRIGLAV to become the sole owner of Skupna pokojninska druzba's

Zavarovalnica TRIGLAV, the parent company of the TRIGLAV Group announced it signed an agreement with Nova Ljubljanska banka - NLB - to purchase the remaining 28.1% equity stake of pension insurer Skupna pokojninska druzba, thereby becoming its 100% owner.


S&P confirms Slovenia's Triglav at "A", medium-term outlook stable

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Coface acquires credit insurance subsidiary of Slovenia's SID Bank

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SLOVENIA: Italian insurer Generali buys Adriatic Slovenica for EUR 245 m

Generali CEE, an affiliate of the world's third biggest insurer, Italy's Generali Group, signed a sales agreement to acquire Adriatic Slovenica from financial group KD Group for EUR 245m on Wednesday. The sale of Slovenia's third biggest insurer will expectedly be completed in the second half of the year.


STATISTICS: SLOVENIA, FY2017: life insurance and Motor Hull, the market drivers

Slovenian insurers ended 2017 with GWP of EUR 2.18 billion, 5.5% up y-o-y, mostly capitalizing from the life insurance segment's revitalization. Thus, after a weak 2016, when the life insurance business followed a descending path, in 2017 the almost 10% growth of the Unit-Linked insurance products line gave the segment the needed stimulus to re-enter on a positive trend.