In line with its mandate, the Insurance Supervision Agency analyses, prepares and publishes statistical data and reports on the state of the insurance market in Slovenia.

Some statistical data is also published by the Slovenian Insurance Association on its web pages Statistics and Statistical publications.

Below we show some basic statistical data from the Annual reports of the Insurance Supervision Agency.

At the end of 2020, the structure of entities, supervised by Insurance Supervision Agency, was as follows:

Disclosures with Respect to the Implementing Regulation

By the Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2451, the Insurance Supervision Agency is required to disclose the following information on aggregate statistical data on insurance and reinsurance companies and insurance groups: Templates A and B for the disclosure of aggregate statistical data with regard to insurance and reinsurance undertakings supervised under Directive 2009/138/EC. These contain data on:

  • types and number of entities, supervised under Directive 2009/138/EC;
  • the use of adjustments or transitional measures;
  • the amounts of assets, liabilities and own funds;
  • regulatory capital requirements – standard formula, internal models, capital add-ons.

By the Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2451, the Insurance Supervision Agency also discloses aggregate statistical data on the supervisory authority. This data is published in the section The Agency/Tasks and objectives/Activities.


Selected Statistical Data for the Slovenian Insurance Market

Gross Written Premiums and Gross Claims – Insurers

Gross Written Premiums by Insurance Company

Asset Allocation

Insurance Technical Reserves

Capital Adequacy

Capital adequacy with respect to Solvency 2 rules represents the ratio of eligible own funds to the solvency capital requirement.

The solvency capital requirement (SCR) corresponds to the capital at risk at the confidence interval of 99,5% over a one-year period, and is calculated so that the insurer takes into account all measurable risks.

Profitability of supervised entities