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Oct 22, 2007 16:27 EEST
October 22 (SeeNews) - Croatian insurers reported a combined premium income of 6.888 billion kuna ($1.3 billion/937 million euro) for the first nine months of 2007, up from 6.265 billion kuna a year earlier, the country's financial regulator said on Monday.
Non-life insurance premiums totalled 5.167 billion kuna, while life insurance premiums were 1.722 billion kuna, the Croatian Financial Services Supervision Agency (HANFA) said in a statement.
The largest insurer in the country, majority state-owned Croatia Osiguranje, topped the rankings with 2.498 billion kuna in premium income generated through August. Allianz Zagreb, a unit of the German Allianz Group, ranked second with some 775 million kuna in permium income.
Non-life insurer Euroherc Osiguranje Zagreb, part of the Croatian insurance, car dealership and car leasing services concern Agram, was third with premiums of 754 million kuna.
Twenty insurers operate in the Adriatic country of 4.4 million people. Their combined premium income rose to a preliminary 8.190 billion kuna at the end of 2006 from 7.436 billion kuna a year earlier.
(1 euro = 7.3467 Croatian kuna)
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