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RAPORT
ASUPRA PIEŢEI DE ASIGURĂRI ȘI A ACTIVITĂŢII DESFĂȘURATE ÎN ANUL 2009

Publicaţia Raport anual al Comisiei de Supraveghere a Asigurărilor este înregistrată în Catalogul Internaţional al Publicaţiilor Periodice prin cod: ISSN 1841 – 7256

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CUPRINS
Partea I.
PIAȚA DE ASIGURĂRI ÎN ANUL 2009 Precizări metodologice 8 9 11 13 15 17 17 19 21 21 22 23 23 23 24 27 29 31 31 31 33 34 36 38 38 38 40 41 42 42 42 42 43 43

1. CAPITALUL SOCIAL AL SOCIETĂŢILOR DE ASIGURARE 2. PRIME BRUTE SUBSCRISE
2.1. Prime brute subscrise pentru asigurări generale 2.2. Prime brute subscrise pentru asigurări de viaţă

3. INDEMNIZAŢII BRUTE PLĂTITE
3.1. Indemnizaţii brute plătite pentru asigurări generale 3.2. Indemnizaţii brute plătite pentru asigurări de viaţă

4. REZERVE TEHNICE
4.1. Rezerve tehnice constituite pentru asigurări generale 4.2. Rezerve tehnice constituite pentru asigurări de viaţă

5. ACTIVELE SOCIETĂŢILOR DE ASIGURARE
5.1. Active totale 5.2. Active care acoperă rezervele tehnice brute pentru asigurări generale 5.3. Active care acoperă rezervele tehnice brute pentru asigurări de viaţă

6. ACTIVITATEA DE REASIGURARE 7. CHELTUIELI DE ACHIZIŢIE ŞI ADMINISTRARE 8. SOLVABILITATEA SOCIETĂŢILOR DE ASIGURARE
8.1. Gradul de solvabilitate al societăţilor de asigurare autorizate în România 8.2. Perspective privind regimul de solvabilitate 8.3. Registrul Actuarilor

9. REZULTATE FINANCIARE ŞI REZULTATE TEHNICE ALE SOCIETĂŢILOR DE ASIGURARE 10. ASIGURAREA DE RĂSPUNDERE CIVILĂ PENTRU PREJUDICII PRODUSE PRIN ACCIDENTE DE VEHICULE
10.1. Limite de despăgubire 10.2. Principalii indicatori privind asigurarea obligatorie RCA 10.2.1. Prime subscrise 10.2.2. Indemnizaţii brute plătite în cursul exerciţiului financiar 2009 10.2.3. Rezerve tehnice

11. ACTIVITATEA BROKERILOR DE ASIGURARE
11.1. Active şi capital social…...

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