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Some insurance companies in Slovakia

Allianz-Slovenská Poisťovňa, www.allianzsp.skAXA, www.axa.skGenerali Slovensko, www.generali.skGroupama Garancia Poisťovňa, www.groupama.skING Životná Poisťovňa, www.ingpoistovna.skKomunálna Poisťovňa, Vienna Insurance Group, www.kpas.skKooperativa Poisťovňa, Vienna Insurance Group,www.kooperativa.skMetLife Amslico, www.metlifeamslico.skPoisťovňa Slovenskej Sporiteľne, Vienna Insurance Group, www.pslsp.skQBE Insurance (Europe) Limited, branch office for Slovakia, www.qbeeurope.comUnion Poisťovňa, www.union.skUniqa Poisťovňa, www.uniqa.skWüstenrot Poisťovňa, www.wuestenrot.sk

Allianz-Slovenská Poisťovňa, www.allianzsp.sk
AXA, www.axa.sk
Generali Slovensko, www.generali.sk
Groupama Garancia Poisťovňa, www.groupama.sk
ING Životná Poisťovňa, www.ingpoistovna.sk
Komunálna Poisťovňa, Vienna Insurance Group, www.kpas.sk
Kooperativa Poisťovňa, Vienna Insurance Group,www.kooperativa.sk
MetLife Amslico, www.metlifeamslico.sk
Poisťovňa Slovenskej Sporiteľne, Vienna Insurance Group, www.pslsp.sk
QBE Insurance (Europe) Limited, branch office for Slovakia, www.qbeeurope.com
Union Poisťovňa, www.union.sk
Uniqa Poisťovňa, www.uniqa.sk
Wüstenrot Poisťovňa, www.wuestenrot.sk

Source: Book of Lists 2011, SLASPO

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