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BELGRADE (Serbia), September 18 (SeeNews) – Insurer Dunav Osiguranje saw its share of the total premium income of Serbia's insurance sector fall to 25.9% at the end of June from 27.6% at the end of the first half of 2018, and the company remains leader in the sector, the central bank said.
Dunav Osiguranje generated a premium income of 13.907 billion dinars ($130.9 million/118.3 million euro) in the first half of 2019, down from 14.39 billion dinars, the largest premium income among Serbian insurers, the central bank, NBS, said in a report on the performance of the country's insurance sector.
Generali followed with 11.473 billion dinars of premium income, or 21.4% of the total, according to the report.
The capital adequacy ratio of Serbian life insurers stood at 243.0% at the end of June, while the total capital adequacy ratio of insurers amounted to 206.9%, NBS said.
Details of the premium income of the top five Serbian insurers follow (in billions of dinars):
|Premiums||% of total||Premiums||% of total|
|DDOR Novi Sad||6.628||12.3%||6.309||12.1%|
|Wiener Staedtische osiguranje||6.169||11.5%||5.777||11.1%|
(1 euro = 117.659 dinars)