Top 100 Insurers

Southeast Europe’s return to steady growth, though slow to affect the insurers in the region, is eventually showing in their balance sheets. In the merciful absence of natural disasters or major external shocks and amid rising consumption and a favourable fiscal environment, the positive trends that had emerged already in 2014 resulted in a 6% increase of the combined gross written premiums (GWP) of the 100 biggest insurers, and, more notably, a 43% growth of their combined net profit.

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Gross written premium and net profit/loss figures are in millions of euro.

 

(*) Data up to June 30, 2015
(**) Merged with Generali Insurance AD and written off on Dec 18, 2015.

2015 2014 Company name Country Gross written premium 2015 Y/Y change in GWP Net profit/loss 2015 Net profit/loss 2014
1 1

Zavarovalnica Triglav d.d.

Slovenia 586.3 -1.07% 58.5 45.6
2 3

Croatia Osiguranje d.d.

Croatia 301.4 3.24% 6.1 -53.9
3 2

CAdriatic Slovenica d.d..

Slovenia 296.6 -0.41% 14.3 19.3
4 4

Vzajemna Zdravstvena Zavarovalnica d.v.z.

Slovenia 275.3 6.68% 4.1 4.8
5 5

Zavarovalnica Maribor d.d.

Slovenia 249.2 -0.29% 24.0 16.4
6 6

Allianz - Tiriac Asigurari SA

Romania 232.4 6.98% 15.4 10.8
7 7

Omniasig Vienna Insurance Group SA

Romania 215.9 13.52% 2.9 7.7
8 11

Dunav Osiguranje AD

Serbia 177.0 22.27% 3.1 -11.4
9 10

Groupama Asigurari SA

Romania 167.7 13.71% 3.7 0.867
10 18

Euroins Romania Asigurare Reasigurare SA

Romania 158.8 51.44% -66.3 -14.4