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#dontplead – how we disregard weather events

The most recent study conducted by the Polish Chamber of Insurance* shows that almost 80% of residents of areas particularly exposed to natural forces believe that their dwellings are safe. PIU starts the #niezaklinaj (#dontplead) campaign. More than half of […]

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Don’t plead (#dontplead). Get ready for climate change

The Polish Chamber of Insurance launches an education campaign under the slogan #niezaklinaj (#dontplead). It is aimed at making Poles aware of the increasing risks and consequences of climate change. PIU emphasises that, in order to avoid the consequences of […]

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Impact report

The Polish Insurance Association (PIU) presented a report entitled ‘How insurance changes Poland and its people’, describing the impact of the insurance industry on people’s lives, on the economy and companies. Polish insurers give two million Poles access to health […]

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PIU climate report

Over PLN 16 billion – such would be the cost of the 2010 flood in Poland if it had taken place in 2018. The same impact of natural forces as eight years ago would result in 21% greater losses. If […]

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PIU reinsurance seminar

More than 100 guests attended the reinsurance seminar organised by the Reinsurance sub-committee of the Polish Chamber of Insurance, which took place on 18 June 2019 at the Radisson Blu hotel at ul. Grzybowska 24 in Warsaw. The conference was […]

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Major cyber-security challenges for insurance companies

Conference organised by the Polish Chamber of Insurance, in cooperation with the Faculty of Social Insurance of SGH Warsaw School of Economics was held on 13 June 2019. The conference provided an opportunity to reflect on cyber-threats and to discuss […]

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Polish bancassurance market after Q1 2019

You are invited to read the report by the Polish Chamber of Insurance, describing the bancassurance market in Poland after Q1 2019. The premium obtained in the bancassurance channel amounted to PLN 1.2 billion in Section 1 and 580 million […]

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