Sonja Marić, Marketing Director At Uniqa Osiguranje (Insurance)
The UNIQA Group has been operating for more than two centuries as one of the leading European companies, due to its excellent familiarity with opportunities and the strength of its authentic brand. It moves boldly out of its comfort zone and proves surprising again and again with its campaigns
Our water polo representatives and promoters of UNIQA insurance Andrija Prlainović, Milan Aleksić and Dušan Mandić presented a 250,000 dinar check to the Children's...
On the occasion of World Children’s Day celebration, today children took over the management of UNIQA Insurance. Based on a unanimous decision rendered at...
As high as 160,000 Serbian citizens travelled with UNIQA travel health insurance policies this year
As of today, clients of UNIQA insurance can fully settle their instalments for life, motor hull, voluntary health, accident, and household insurance online without...
For the fifth year in a row, "Villa Stanković" becomes "The Globe Theatre" at the end of June and the Danube turns into the River Thames. Guests from India, China, Germany, the USA, Iran, Finland, Belgium, Great Britain, Belarus, Turkey, Spain, Greece
05.04.2016UNIQA Insurance has signed a contract with the Olympic Committee of Serbia by which it has become the official insurer of our Olympic team. President of the Olympic Committee of Serbia, Vlade Divac, thanked Uniqa for deciding to support Serbia’s Olympians on the road to Rio and welcomed the company to the Olympic family of Serbia.
On the first day of this year’s Kopaonik Business Forum, the CEO of UNIQA Insurance Company Gordana Bukumirić participated in a panel discussion titled “Defining the Main Problems in Insurance Industry”.
22.01.2016 UNIQA osiguranje, one of the five most successful insurance companies operating in Serbia, has marked the start of its tenth year of successful, socially responsible operations in Serbia. Over the course of the past nine years, UNIQA has invested over €60 million in different spheres of business. It successfully completed the process of acquiring Basler Insurance, worth around €9 million, after which UNIQA Serbia boasts 730 employees, 33 branches and more than 400 points of sale.
Banking Savings vs. Investing in Life Insurance:
As a result of the low demand on banks caused by the large amount of money and reduced demand for loans, interest on savings in most banks in Serbia is zero or close to zero, while in banking circles there are suggestions that socalled negative rates will be introduced