Location map
author: OCHA/ ReliefWeb

- Southwestern Asia.
- Neighbours: Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran.

- highland continental, hot summers, cold winters.

Natural hazards:
- occasionally severe earthquakes; - droughts.

Macro indicators
* 2018 estimates
Pop. density*:100.5people/km2
GDP*:11.0EUR billion

Currency: Dram

Code: AMD
Since: 1993

Insurance market portfolio
* 2018 estimates
Overall Property*:9%
Overall Motor*:54%



ARMENIA: net profit in 1Q declines by 73%

In 1Q2024, the net profit of the Armenian insurance sector decreased by 73% y-o-y (vs an increase of 41.2% a year ago). Experts note that this was impacted by an increase in paid claims and a decline in premiums, while a year earlier they saw growth, ArmInfo reports.

STATISTICS: ARMENIA, FY2023: motor insurance generates over 44% of all premiums

The insurance sector of Armenia ended 2023 with an increase of 16.26%, reaching AMD 71.01 billion, as evidenced by the data of the Financial Rating of Insurance Companies provided by ArmInfo. It is worth noting that in euros the annual market growth was almost half as much (+9.03%, EUR 158.55 million).

ARMENIA: by the end of 3Q2023, the net profit decreased by 9.4%

In the insurance market of Armenia, the growth of paid claims continues to accelerate and the GWP growth slows down, as a result market profits began to decline. At the end of 3Q2023, net profit decreased by 9.4% to AMD 3.2 billion (USD 8.2 million), according to the Financial Rating of Insurance Companies of Armenia, prepared by ArmInfo.

STATISTICS: ARMENIA, 1H2023: Health insurance and MTPL lead in the market premium portfolio

The insurance sector ended the first half of 2023 with an increase of 22%, reaching AMD 41.28 billion (EUR 98.55 million). At the same time, the growth of paid claims led to a noticeable decrease in the growth rate of profits of insurance companies in Armenia, according to the data of the Financial Rating of insurance companies provided by ArmInfo.

ARMENIA: MTPL loss ratio reaches 64% in 1H

According to the 1H results, the MTPL loss ratio in Armenia stabilized at 64%, having slightly decreased from 65% in the same period of 2022, while much lower than 81% in 2021, and 73% in 2019, ArmInfo reports.