2009 Non-life insurance in the North-West of Russia.ppt

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2009 Non-life insurance in the North-West of Russia.ppt

  1. 1. 2009 Non-life insurance in the North-West of Russia
  2. 2. Premium collected in 2004-2009 in Leningrad region, th.Rbls (total, property, MTPL, casualty+medical)
  3. 3. Premium collected in 2004-2009 in Leningrad region, th.Rbls with and without SOGAZ (state-linked captive insurer) 1,69% 7 596 449 633 47 227 30 010 14 816 4 217 СОГАЗ, всего 83,10% 2 370 249 2 852 233 2 147 279 2 112 751 2 541 780 1 995 928 всего, без СОГАЗа 72,02% 2 377 845 3 301 866 2 194 506 2 142 761 2 556 596 2 000 145 всего 2009/2008 (%) 2009 г. 2008 г. 2007 г. 2006 г. 2005 г. 2004 г. Ленобласть, сборы тыс.руб ,
  4. 4. Justified ratio of markets of Leningrad region ( LR) and St. Petersburg (StP) is equal to MTPL = 12,63% (columns – ratio of LR vs StP in 2009 in total premium, property, MTPL, casualty + medical insurance)
  5. 5. Drop in premium collected in Leningrad region (blue) and St. Petersburg (red) in 2009 vs 2008 (columns – total premium, property, MTPL, casualty + medical insurance)
  6. 6. Ratio of claims settled vs premium collected in Leningrad region in 2009 ( columns - total premium, property, MTPL, casualty + medical insurance)
  7. 7. Top 20 insurers in Leningrad region in 2008 and 2009 , total premium
  8. 8. Top 20 insurers in Leningrad region in 2009 , casco and MTPL
  9. 9. Executive summary, 2009 <ul><li>Collected premium is falling faster in Leningrad region than in St. Petersburg. </li></ul><ul><li>Loss ratio is growing however so far it is smaller in Leningrad region than in St. Petersburg. </li></ul><ul><li>Consolidation of market continues. </li></ul><ul><li>Public demand in better service quality (of claims settlements) increases. </li></ul><ul><li>One can note some interest of regional public authorities in interaction with insurance companies. </li></ul>

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