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Sep 01, 2023 10:59 EEST
September 1 (SeeNews) - The insurance companies operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina posted gross written premiums (GWPs) of 488.8 million marka ($271.4 million/249.9 million euro) in the first half of the year, up 9.9% compared with the same period of 2022, the country's insurance agency said.
Non-life insurance premiums increased by 11.87% year-on-year to 391 million marka in the January-June period, while premiums in the life insurance segment went up 2.7% to 97.7 million marka, according to figures published on the website of Bosnia's insurance agency on Thursday.
ASA Central Osiguranje was the biggest insurer in the period under review in terms of GWPs, with premiums reaching 54 million marka, followed by Adriatic Osiguranje with 48.1 million marka and Sarajevo-Osiguranje with 36.9 million marka.
The insurance agency's report comprises data of 25 insurance companies.
(1 euro = 1.95583 marka)
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