Costa Rica: Insurance Market up to April 2017

The increase in the mandatory insurance segment is responsible for most of the 20% growth recorded in premiums in the first quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2016.

Friday, June 30, 2017

From a report by the Superintendency of Insurance:

In April 2017, insurance premium income grew by $94.5 million (20.5%) compared to 2016, closing at $558 million. Growth was generalized by category and, in all cases, higher than the main price and production indicators.   

Compulsory insurance was the main component of growth, with a consequent increase (4.5 pp) in its share of total premiums, in particular the increase in occupational risk insurance (61%). 

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The reduction of 30% in premium income from compulsory work risk insurance accounted for most of the 8% decline in revenues from total premiums up to March.

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From a bulletin on the Insurance Sector in November 2013 by the Superintendency of Insurance:

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