Turkey's insurance market will see soon a new reinsurance pool being formed, according to the provisions of the New Economic Plan (YEP) aiming to ease access of the so called "risky enterprises" to insurance programs.
BUPA, the international healthcare company, announced that it has agreed to acquire Turkey's second largest health insurer, ACIBADEM Sigorta, subject to regulatory approvals.
The preliminary half-year market figures published by the local insurance association (TSB) shows the insurance sector in Turkey generated total premiums of TRY 27.87 billion (EUR 5.24 billion), an increase of 20.5% y-o-y. After considering inflation, real growth in the sector was 4.4%.
MILLIMAN, a premier global consulting and actuarial firm, has announced that it is expanding to Istanbul amidst growing demand for MILLIMAN's consulting services in the region.
The independent re/insurance broker BMS Group Limited (BMS) said it has entered into a tied representative agreement with Turkish specialist re/insurance broker RONESANS Reasurans ve Sigorta Brokerlik A.S. (RONESANS).
The quarterly figures from the Turkey Insurance Association revealed that the local insurance market reached TRY 14.6 billion (EUR 3 billion) at the end of March 2018, up by 17.6% y-o-y.
Turkish operational leasing company BORLEASE Otomotiv acquired MAGDEBURGER Sigorta, a non-life small insurer owned by two local units of German group ALLIANZ: the non-life unit ALLIANZ Sigorta (80%) and the life and pension company ALLIANZ Yasam ve Emeklilik (20%).
The Turkish Catastrophe Insurance Pool (TCIP) is updating earthquake maps, the outcome of which will affect compulsory earthquake insurance tariffs, says the organisation's president Mr Murat Kayaci.