Panama: Insurance Market Stagnates in 2019

Last year, premiums of Ch$1,567 million were written in the country, a figure that did not change significantly from the Ch$1,569 million reported in 2018.

Monday, February 17, 2020

Figures from the General Comptroller of the Republic detail that between 2018 and 2019 premiums in the branch of fire and multi-risk insurance registered a 5% increase.

On the other hand, automobile premiums decreased 2% for the years in question, and in the case of personal accidents the increase reported was 8%.

Regarding the amount disbursed for claims, between 2018 and 2019 a rise of 5% was reported, from $719 million to $754 million.

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