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Insurance Companies in Bulgaria
Bulgaria has several insurance companies. Below are some of the largest insurers in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Insurance Companies Logos
Bulgarian Insurance Companies Logos. The graphic brand of a company means its brand. In insurance, a logo is instantly recognizable and allows the customer to associate the company with the useful qualities such as confidence, the right price, and many other issues essential to finding the best coverage.
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Insurance Companies Names
Insurers from Bulgaria
|Non-life Insurers in Bulgaria||Non-life Insurers in Bulgaria||Life Insurers in Bulgaria||Life Insurers in Bulgaria|
|Armeets, Insurer AD|
Sofia 1000, 2 “Stefan Karadja” Str.
|ZD Euro Ins AD-SofiaSofia 1592, 43 “Hristofor Kolumb” Blvd.|
|ZAD Allianz Bulgaria Life AD|
Sofia 1504, 59 “Dondukov” Blvd.
|JIVOTOZASTRAHOVATELEN INSTITUT AD
№51, Chernivrah Boul.,entr. D, Sofia
|ZAD Allianz Bulgaria AD|
Sofia 1504, 59 “Dondukov” Blvd.
|INSURER LEV INS AD|
51D, Cherni Vruh Blvd.
1407, Sofia, Bulgaria
E-mail: [email protected]
|INSURANCE JOINT-STOCK CO BULSTRAD LIFE AD|
№ 6, Sveta Sofia Str., София - България,
|ING INSURANCE CO. LTD - SOFIA BRANCH
№49 B,Bulgaria boul.,entr. А, fl. 7 София - България
|IC Bulstrad PLC|
Sofia 1000, 5 “Pozitano”Sq.
|ZAD “Energy” AD|
Sofia 1000, 33 “Dondukov” Blvd.
|ZK UNIKA LIFE AD / former name ZK Vitosha – life AD/|
№11-13, Sofiiski Yunak Str., Krasno Selo Region, Sofia, BULGARY [email protected], www.uniqa.bg
|"UBB – ALICO LIFE Insurer " AD
№75, Bulgaria Boul., Triaditsa Region, Sofia, BULGARIA
| ZD Bul Ins AD|
87 “James Bourchier ” Blvd., Sofia 1407
|JSIC OZK-Insurance AD|
Sofia 1000, 7 “Sveta Sofia”Str., floor 5
|GRAWE BULGARIA LIFE ASSURANCE AD|
№1, Tsar BorisIII Boul.Sofia
[email protected], www.grawe.bg
| CARDIFF – LIFE INSURANCE – BULGARIA BRANCH
№29, Hristo Belchev, entr. А, fl. 1-3 София - България
| Insurer Bulgarski Imoti AD|
Bl.8, Balsha Str. r.d. Ivan Vazov, Sofia
|GENERALI INSURANCE AD |
68 "Knyaz Al. Dondukov" blvd.1504 Sofia
[email protected], [email protected]
№6, Tsar Osvoboditel Boul., Sofia - 1000
[email protected] www.dzi.bg
|Life Insurer “Saglasie” EAD
№ 79-81, Kniaz Dondukov Boul., fl. 4, Sofia, BULGARIA
|Bulgarian Export Agency /BEIA/ EAD|
55 Alexander Stamboliyski Blvd 55, fl. 1
1124 Sofia, 47A Tsarigradsko Shosse Blvd, block V, floor 3
e-mail: [email protected]
|"ALICO BULGARIA LIFE COMPANY”|
№75, Bulgaria Boul., Sofia
|INTERAMERICAN BULGARIA LIFE EAD
№55, Alexander Stamboliiski Boul., fl.5, office 10, Vazrazhdane Region, Sofia, BULGARIA
| ZD UNIKA AD / former name ZD VITOSHA AD/|
Sofia 1000, 18 “Todor Aleksandrov” Blvd.
|GRAWE Bulgaria General Assurance EAD|
№19 , Vitosha Boul., fl.2, Sredets Region, Sofia
|GENERALI LIFE AD|
№68 , Dondukov Boul., София - България
|SINGLE-MEMBER COMPANY CCB LIFE
№2, Stefan Karadja Str., Sredets Region, София - България
[email protected], www.ccb-life.bg
| DZI – General Insurance AD|
Sofia 1463,89B “Vitosha”Blvd.
l. "Petar Parchevich" 42,1000, Sofia
email: [email protected]
№1, Sofiyski geroi Str., Business centrePrima, fl. 2,Sofia
|Joint-stock Company Sogelife Bulgaria AD
No 73, Alexander Stamboliiski Boul. fl. 3, Vazrazhdane Region, София - България
As a former satellite of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria used to have their health system: the Semashko model. This particular system is characterized by having a state monopoly, where there is centralized planning and financing of the health sphere.
There were no private structures for providing health services. There were no health insurances; the system was funded directly from the state budget, paid for maintenance, universally accessible, and free for patients.
Bulgaria began overall reform of its antiquated health system, inherited from the communist era, only in 1999. In the 1990s, private medical practices expanded somewhat, but most Bulgarians relied on communist-era public clinics while paying high prices for special care. During that period, national health indicators generally worsened as economic crises substantially decreased health funding.
The subsequent health reform program has introduced mandatory employee health coverage through the National Health assurance Fund (NHIF), which since 2000 has paid a gradually increasing portion of primary health care costs. Employees and employers pay an increasing, mandatory percentage of salaries, with the goal of gradually reducing state support of health care. Private health assurance plays only a supplementary role.
The system also has been decentralized by making municipalities responsible for their own health care facilities, and by 2005 more primary care came from private physicians. Pharmaceutical distribution also was decentralized. According to the survey conducted by the Euro health consumer index in 2015 this nation, was among the European countries in which unofficial payments to doctors were reported most commonly.
In the early 2000s, the hospital system was reduced substantially to limit reliance on hospitals for routine care. Anticipated membership in the European Union (2007) was a major motivation for this trend.
Between 2002 and 2003, the number of hospital beds was reduced by 56 percent to 24,300. However, the pace of reduction slowed in the early 2000s; in 2004 some 258 hospitals were in operation, compared with the estimated optimal number of 140. Between 2002 and 2004, health care expenditures in the national budget increased from 3.8 percent to 4.3 percent, with the NHIF accounting for more than 60 percent of annual expenditures.
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