The Motor (Transport) Insurance Bureau of Ukraine has excluded U.S.I. insurance company (Kyiv) and Kharkiv Municipal Insurance Company from the bureau’s associate members, the MTIBU told Interfax-Ukraine
The reason for this decision was the two-month indebtedness of the insurers to pay the guarantee fee to the MTIBU’s funds.
As reported, on April 20, 2021, the MTIBU reported that U.S.I. loses the right to conclude new contracts of compulsory insurance of civil liability of land vehicle owners (OSAGO), since a day earlier the NBU applied to it a measure in the form of suspension of licenses to carry out activities. For failure by the company to meet the solvency and capital adequacy standards, as well as the riskiness of operations, the formed insurance reserves were not placed in certain categories of eligible assets in full.
According to the data of the bureau, U.S.I. in 2020 entered into 87,050 contracts, premiums for which amounted to UAH 65.868 million, and paid to clients UAH 12.713 million.
Kharkiv Municipal Insurance Company in the first quarter of 2021 raised UAH 6.3 million of gross insurance premiums for OSAGO, paid UAH 1.33 million.