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Synopsis
Construction activity in Croatia was weak during the review period (20112015) following the economic recession, which resulted in a deteriorating business environment. Poor investor confidence reduced construction activity in the country. Consequently, the construction industrys output value in real terms contracted at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.03% during the review period.

The industrys value is expected to pick up slightly over the forecast period (20162020), however, driven by a gradual revival in the economy and subsequent improvements in business confidence. This is expected to be driven by investments in the countrys public infrastructure, commercial and energy projects over the forecast period.

The European Unions (EU) move to finance various infrastructure projects in the country through the Cohesion Fund (CF) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) will also support growth in the industry over the forecast period.

The industrys output value in real terms is expected to rise at a CAGR of 1.79% over the forecast period; up from -6.03% during the review period.

Over the forecast period, government efforts to develop the countrys transport and commercial infrastructure will support growth in the industry. In addition, the governments aim to improve local energy resources is expected to support investments in energy infrastructure projects, which will fuel growth in the industry.


Summary


Timetrics Construction in Croatia Key Trends and Opportunities to 2020 report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Croatian construction industry including:

Croatian construction industrys growth prospects by market, project type and construction activity

Analysis of equipment, material and service costs for each project type in Croatia

Critical insight into the impact of industry trends and issues, and the risks and opportunities they present to participants in the Croatian construction industry

Profiles of the leading operators in the Croatian construction industry

Data highlights of the largest construction projects in Croatia

Scope


This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction industry in Croatia. It provides:

Historical (2011-2015) and forecast (2016-2020) valuations of the construction industry in Croatia using construction output and value-add methods

Segmentation by sector (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, energy and utilities, institutional and residential) and by project type

Breakdown of values within each project type, by type of activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) and by type of cost (materials, equipment and services)

Analysis of key construction industry issues, including regulation, cost management, funding and pricing

Detailed profiles of the leading construction companies in Croatia

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Key Highlights


The Croatian construction industry has been in decline since 2009. In real terms, the construction industrys output contracted by 39.9% between 2009 and 2015. According to the Croatian Bureau of Statistics (CBS), the countrys seasonally adjusted annual average construction work index declined by 0.9%, from 68.6 in 2014 to 68.0 in 2015. However, government efforts to restore economic growth through large-scale infrastructure investments are leading to improvement in the construction activity in the country. In addition, the EUs provision of financial aid to develop infrastructure projects across the country is also adding momentum to construction activity.

In a bid to promote economic growth in Europe, the EC launched the CEF program in 2014. Under this program, the EC made investments to develop various cross-border projects in the transport, energy and telecommunication sectors until 2020. Accordingly, in June 2016, the EC approved HRK2.3 billion (US$335.3 million) to finance 12 transport infrastructure projects in Croatia.

With an aim to develop the countrys infrastructure, the government is seeking financial assistance from the EU. Accordingly, in March 2015, the European Investment Bank (EIB) granted a loan of HRK2.2 billion (US$320.8 million) as the initial disbursement of the total loan of HRK4.5 billion (US$656.2 million). This disbursement is a part of the EIBs move to co-finance HRK60.6 billion (US$8.8 billion) worth of priority infrastructure projects in various sectors, such as healthcare, energy and transport.

Tourism is a key sector in the Croatian economy, and constitutes over one-fifth of the countrys GDP. The government is therefore making efforts to promote growth in the tourism sector. As a part of the move, in April 2016, the Croatian Tourism Ministry signed an agreement with Avenue Ulaganja, to develop the Kupari tourism project in Dubrovnik with an investment of over HRK1.0 billion (US$145.8 million).

In November 2015, the EC announced plans to implement five energy infrastructure projects in the country under the CEF program. These projects are categorized under the ECs list of Projects of Common Interest (PCIs), and aim to improve the share of renewable energy in the countrys total energy mix, while reducing carbon emissions.
Table of Contents
1 Key Facts and Highlights
2 Executive Summary
3 Economy and Demographics
4 Segment Outlook
4.1 Regional Comparison
4.2 Segment Indicators
4.2.1 Gross written premium and penetration
4.2.2 Policies sold
4.2.3 Claims
4.2.4 Assets and investments
5 Outlook by Sub-Segment
5.1 Individual Life Insurance
5.1.1 Premium
5.1.2 Policies sold
5.1.3 Penetration
6 Distribution Channel Outlook
7 Competitive Landscape
7.1 Company Profiles
7.1.1 Pojiovna esk spoitelny, as company overview
7.1.2 esk pojiovna as company overview
7.1.3 Kooperativa pojiovna, as company overview
7.1.4 Komern pojiovna, as company overview
7.1.5 ING ivotn pojiovna NV, poboka pro eskou republiku company overview
7.1.6 SOB Pojiovna, as, len holdingu SOB company overview
7.1.7 Allianz pojiovna company overview
7.1.8 Axa ivotn pojiovna, AS company overview
7.1.9 Generali Pojiovna, as company overview
7.1.10 MetLife Europe Ltd, poboka pro eskou republiku company overview
8 Governance, Risk and Compliance
8.1 Legislation Overview and Historical Evolution
8.2 Latest Changes in Regulation
8.3 Legislation and Market Practice by Type of Insurance
8.3.1 Life Insurance
8.3.2 Property Insurance
8.3.3 Motor Insurance
8.3.4 Liability insurance
8.3.5 Marine, aviation and transit insurance
8.3.6 Personal accident and health insurance
8.4 Compulsory Insurance
8.4.1 Motor third-party liability insurance
8.4.2 Workers Compensation Insurance
8.4.3 Air carriers and aircraft operators insurance
8.4.4 Professional indemnity insurance for alternative investment fund managers
8.4.5 Clinical trials liability insurance
8.5 Supervision and Control
8.5.1 International Association of Insurance Supervisors
8.5.2 European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority
8.5.3 Czech National Bank
8.5.4 Czech Insurance Association
8.5.5 Federation of European Risk Management Associations (Ferma)
8.6 Non-Admitted Insurance Regulations
8.6.1 Overview
8.6.2 Intermediaries
8.6.3 Market practices
8.6.4 Fines and Penalties
8.7 Company Registration and Operations
8.7.1 Type of insurance organization
8.7.2 Establishing a local company
8.7.3 Foreign ownership
8.7.4 Types of license
8.7.5 Capital requirements
8.7.6 Solvency margin
8.7.7 Reserve requirements
8.7.8 Investment regulations
8.7.9 Statutory return requirements
8.7.10 Fee structure
8.8 Taxation
8.8.1 Insurance premium or policy taxation
8.8.2 Withholding taxes on premium paid overseas
8.8.3 Corporate tax
8.8.4 VAT
8.8.5 Captives
8.9 Legal System
8.9.1 Introduction
8.9.2 Access to court
8.9.3 Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
9 Databook
9.1 Policies and Premium
9.2 Claims and Expenses
9.3 Assets and Investments
9.4 Individual Life Insurance
9.5 Individual Life Insurance by Product
9.6 Individual Life Single vs. Non-Single Premium
9.7 Linked vs. Non-Linked Policies
10 Definitions and Methodology
10.1 Definitions
10.2 Methodology
11 About Timetric
11.1 Contact Timetric
11.2 About Timetric
11.3 Timetrics Services
11.4 Disclaimer

List Of Tables

List of Tables
Table 1: Czech Life Insurance Key Facts, 2015
Table 2: Czech Life Insurance Segment Shares (%) of the Top Insurers, 2014
Table 3: Czech Government Credit Ratings
Table 4: Czech Life Insurance Gross Written Premium (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20112015
Table 5: Czech Life Insurance Penetration (%), 20112015
Table 6: Czech Life Insurance Gross Written Premium (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20152020
Table 7: Czech Life Insurance Penetration (%), 20152020
Table 8: Czech Life Insurance Premium per Capita (CZK and US$), 20112015
Table 9: Czech Life Insurance Premium per Capita (CZK and US$), 20152020
Table 10: Czech Life Insurance Number of Policies Sold (Million), 20112015
Table 11: Czech Life Insurance Number of Policies Sold (Million), 20152020
Table 12: Czech Life Insurance Paid Claims (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20112015
Table 13: Czech Life Insurance Paid Claims (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20152020
Table 14: Czech Life Insurance Total Assets (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20112015
Table 15: Czech Life Insurance Total Assets (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20152020
Table 16: Czech Life Insurance Total Investment Income (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20112015
Table 17: Czech Life Insurance Total Investment Income (CZK Billion and US$ Billion), 20152020
Table 18: Czech Life Insurance Investment Portfolio (CZK Billion), 20112015
Table 19: Czech Life Insurance Investment Portfolio (CZK Billion), 20152020
Table 20: Czech Individual Life Insurance Direct Written Premium by Category (CZK Billion), 20112015
Table 21: Czech Individual Life Insurance Direct Written Premium by Category (CZK Billion), 20152020
Table 22: Czech Individual Life Insurance Number of Policies Sold by Category (Million), 20112015
Table 23: Czech Individual Life Insurance Number of Policies Sold by Category (Million), 20152020
Table 24: Czech Insurance Industry Market Shares of Leading Insurers (%), 2014
Table 25: Pojiovna esk spoitelny Key Facts
Table 26: Pojiovna esk spoitelny Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 27: esk pojiovna Key Facts
Table 28: esk pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 29: Kooperativa pojiovna Key Facts
Table 30: Kooperativa pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 31: Komern pojiovna Key Facts
Table 32: Komern pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 33: ING ivotn pojiovna Key Facts
Table 34: ING ivotn pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 35: SOB Pojiovna Key Facts
Table 36: SOB Pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 37: Allianz pojiovna Key Facts
Table 38: Allianz pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 39: Axa ivotn pojiovna Key Facts
Table 40: Axa ivotn pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 41: Generali Pojiovna Key Facts
Table 42: Generali Pojiovna Key Financials (CZK Million), 20112014
Table 43: MetLife Key Facts
Table 44: MetLife Key Financials (CZK Million), 20122014
Table 45: Czech Republic Insurance Regulatory Framework Key Features
Table 46: Czech Republic Life Insurance Regulatory Framework
Table 47: Czech Republic Property Insurance Regulatory Framework
Table 48: Czech Republic Motor Insurance Regulatory Framework
Table 49: Czech Republic Liability Insurance Regulatory Framework
Table 50: Czech Republic Minimum Cover for Aircraft Third-Party Liability Per Accident Per Aircraft
Table 51: Czech Republic Corporate Tax Rates for the Financial Year 2016
Table 52: Czech Life Insurance Policies and Premium, 20112015
Table 53: Czech Life Insurance Policies and Premium, 20152020
Table 54: Czech Life Insurance Claims and Expenses, 20112015
Table 55: Czech Life Insurance Claims and Expenses, 20152020
Table 56: Czech Life Insurance Assets and Investments, 20112015
Table 57: Czech Life Insurance Assets and Investments, 20152020
Table 58: Czech Life Insurance Individual Life Insurance, 20112015
Table 59: Czech Life Insurance Individual Life Insurance, 20152020
Table 60: Czech Life Insurance Individual Life Insurance by Product, 20112015
Table 61: Czech Life Insurance Individual Life Insurance by Product, 20152020
Table 62: Czech Life Insurance Individual Life Insurance by Premium, 20112015
Table 63: Czech Life Insurance Individual Life Insurance by Premium, 20152020
Table 64: Czech Life Insurance Linked vs. Non-Linked Policies, 20112015
Table 65: Czech Life Insurance Linked vs. Non-Linked Policies, 20152020
Table 66: Insurance Industry Definitions

List Of Figures

List of Figures
Figure 1: Czech Real GDP (CZK Trillion), 20112020
Figure 2: Czech Consumer Price Inflation (%), 20112020
Figure 3: Czech Current Account Balance as Percentage of GDP (%), 20112015
Figure 4: CZKUS$ Exchange Rate, 20112020
Figure 5: Czech Unemployment Rate (%), 20112020
Figure 6: Czech Population by Age Group, 19902025
Figure 7: Czech Life Insurance Penetration Regional Comparison (%), 2015
Figure 8: Czech Insurance Segment Direct Written Premium Shares Regional Comparison (%), 2015
Figure 9: Czech Life Insurance Gross Written Premium (CZK Billion), 20112020
Figure 10: Czech Life Insurance Penetration (%), 20112020
Figure 11: Czech Life Insurance Premium per Capita (CZK), 20112020
Figure 12: Czech Life Insurance Number of Policies Sold (Million), 20112020
Figure 13: Czech Life Insurance Paid Claims (CZK Billion), 20112020
Figure 14: Czech Life Insurance Total Assets (CZK Billion), 20112020
Figure 15: Czech Life Insurance Total Investment Income (CZK Billion), 20112020
Figure 16: Czech Life Insurance Investment Portfolio (CZK Billion), 20112020
Figure 17: Czech Life Insurance Investment Portfolio Dynamics by Category, 20112020
Figure 18: Czech Individual Life Insurance Direct Written Premium by Category (CZK Billion), 20112020
Figure 19: Czech Individual Life Insurance Direct Written Premium Share by Category, 20112020
Figure 20: Czech Individual Life Insurance Direct Written Premium Dynamics by Category, 20112020
Figure 21: Czech Individual Life Insurance Number of Policies Sold by Category (Million), 20112020
Figure 22: Czech Individual Life Insurance Penetration (%), 20112015
Figure 23: Czech Individual Life Insurance Penetration (%), 20152020
Figure 24: Czech Insurance Industry Market Shares of Leading Insurers (%), 2014
Figure 25: Czech Republic The Three Pillars of Solvency II
Figure 26: Czech Republic Insurance Supervision and Control at Various Levels
Figure 27: Czech Republic Insurance Regulatory Frameworks for Company Registration and Operation

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Published Date : Sep 2016
No. of Pages :69
Country :Croatia
Category :Construction
Publisher :Timetric
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