Business news from Ukraine

PROVIDNA INSURANCE COMPANY CUTS UNCOVERED LOSS BY 16%

The uncovered loss of Providna Insurance Company (Kyiv) in 2020 decreased by 16%, to UAH 486.637 million, follows from the agenda of the shareholders’ meeting on April 16, promulgated in the information disclosure system of the National Securities and Stock Market Commission.
According to the statement, the company’s net profit in 2020 amounted to UAH 93.731 million against a net loss of UAH 21.889 million in 2019. The company’s shareholders plan to keep the net profit unallocated.
The company also said that as of December 31, 2020, its assets increased by 24.6%, to UAH 715.310 million, cash and their equivalent decreased 60%, to UAH 59.053 million, equity capital increased by 48.3%, to UAH 292.178 million, accounts receivable increased by 35.1%, to UAH 215.044 million.
The company’s long-term liabilities over the year increased by 6.8%, to UAH 375.913 million, current by 86.9%, to UAH 47.219 million.

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PROVIDNA INSURER CUTS PREMIUM COLLECTION BY 5.8%, RAISES PAYMENTS BY 4.7% IN NINE MONTHS

Providna Insurance Company (Kyiv) for the first nine months of 2018 reduced collection of insurance premiums by 5.8% compared to the same period in 2017, to UAH 616.6 million.
According to the insurer’s website, for the specified period payments to customers amounted to UAH 362.2 million.
More than half of all collected premiums fell on voluntary medical insurance contracts, which amounted to UAH 342.6 million.
Insurance payments under voluntary medical insurance agreements for the nine months amounted to UAH 181.1 million. More than 146,400 insurance cases were settled.
To further improve the quality of customer service, the company opens up new medical assistance sites in the regions, continuing the implementation of the strategy to increase its presence in the Ukrainian market of voluntary medical insurance.
Providna Insurance Company has been working in the insurance market of Ukraine since 1995. It offers more than 80 insurance products on compulsory and voluntary types of insurance to individuals and legal entities.

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