Russian insurance: potential for strong growth – but what’s the risk?

The road ahead


Since shrugging off the shawl of communism 20 years ago, Russia has struggled to integrate itself into the world economy. In February, it finally got the go-ahead to join the World Trade Organisation, which looks set to take place at the beginning of 2012.

But life insurance in the country has lagged behind the development of other sectors. It is only now that large, multinational life insurers are beginning to see viable opportunities in Russia. However, although they are starting to test the

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