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10 things every insurer should know about Central Eastern Europe

01/09/2014

The aim of this brochure is to provide an informative introduction to the key areas of concern for an insurer when considering establishing operations in 14 jurisdictions of Central and Eastern Europe – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

Whilst we do not set out the definitive requirements for an insurer wishing to gain a foothold in the region, this guide serves as a backdrop against which CMS can offer a cohesive and commercially realistic, solutions based approach to expanding your operations.

We hope you find the information both useful and interesting; we welcome your feedback, questions and comments.

For further information about our insurance team and how we can help you, please contact any of the CMS offices listed at the end of this document. Please also check our CMS Expert Guide to insurance law here.

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Portrait of Nevena Radlova
Nevena Radlova
Counsel
Sofia
Portrait of Iain Batty
Iain Batty
Partner
Warsaw
Portrait of Małgorzata Surdek
Małgorzata Surdek
Partner
Warsaw
Portrait of Aleš Lunder
Aleš Lunder
Partner
Ljubljana
Portrait of Rodica Manea
Rodica Manea
Partner
Bucharest
Portrait of Milica Popović
Milica Popović
Partner
Belgrade
Portrait of Gabriella Ormai
Gabriella Ormai
Partner
Budapest
Portrait of Patrik Przyhoda
Patrik Przyhoda
Counsel
Prague
Portrait of Tomáš Matĕjovský
Tomáš Matĕjovský
Partner
Prague
Portrait of Marija Mušec
Marija Mušec
Partner
Zagreb
Portrait of Gregor Famira
Gregor Famira
Partner
Vienna
Portrait of Nedžida Salihović-Whalen
Nedžida Salihović-Whalen
Partner
Sarajevo
Portrait of Edita Poro
Edita Poro
Portrait of Leonid Zubarev
Leonid Zubarev
Senior Partner
Moscow
Portrait of Vitaliy Radchenko
Vitaliy Radchenko
Partner
Kyiv (CMS CMNO)
Péter Mitták
Marius Petroiu
Marco Lacaita
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