Top 100 Insurers

Against the backdrop of political and regulatory uncertainty, consistently low interest rates and increased competition, the top insurers in Southeast Europe (SEE) booked record high gross written premiums (GWPs) and net profit for a second straight year in 2017.

The top 100 insurers generated 7.5 billion euro in GWP in 2017, as 79 of them saw an increase in their GWP, including 31 that posted double-digit growth. The major insurers in the region also managed to grow their combined profit by an annual 10.2% to a record-high 397.9 million euro.

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

2017 2016 Company name Country Gross written premium 2017 Y/Y change in GWP Net profit/loss 2017 Net profit/loss 2016
1 1

Zavarovalnica Triglav d.d.

Slovenia 621.9 4.86% 62.5 75.3
2 5

Zavarovalnica Sava d.d. (formerly Zavarovalnica Maribor d.d.)*

Slovenia 363.8 5.45% 25.1 23.4
3 2

Croatia Osiguranje d.d.

Croatia 328 8.34% 20.1 6.8
4 3

Adriatic Slovenica d.d.

Slovenia 303.8 1.66% 11.4 11.9
5 4

Vzajemna Zdravstvena Zavarovalnica d.v.z.

Slovenia 284.5 3.21% -0.749 1.6
6 12

City Insurance SA

Romania 269.4 59.00% 5.2 -8.8
7 6

Allianz - Tiriac Asigurari SA

Romania 261.2 -0.73 32.7 19.8
8 10

Euroins Romania Asigurare Reasigurare SA

Romania 233.3 24.89% 21.5 6.4
9 8

Omniasig Vienna Insurance Group SA

Romania 227.2 -2.24% 7.4 8.5
10 11

Dunav osiguranje AD

Serbia 211 8.88% 9.7 7.3