Anadolu Sigorta

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Anadolu Anonim Türk Sigorta Şirketi[1]
Type Anonim Şirket
Traded as BİST: ANSGR
Industry Financial services
Founded 1925
Headquarters Rüzgarlıbahçe Mahallesi, Kavak Sokak, No:31, 34805 Kavacık / Istanbul [2]
Area served Turkey
Key people Caner Çimenbiçer (Chairman)
Musa Ülken (CEO)
Products Non-Life Insurance [3]
Revenue Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 1.926 billion [4]
Net income Decrease Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 4.069 million [4]
Total assets Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 2.209 billion [4]
Total equity Decrease Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 705 million [4]
Owners MİLLİ REASÜRANS T.A.Ş.[5]
Employees 883 [4]
Website www.anadolusigorta.com.tr

Anadolu Sigorta ("Anadolu Insurance Company"), established on April 1, 1925 by Atatürk, was the first national insurance company of Turkey. It remains one of the largest insurance companies in the country.[6]

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1925; Anadolu Sigorta was founded on April 1 at the initiative of Atatürk and under the leadership of Türkiye İş Bankası, Turkey's first national bank.

1975; Being the leader of national insurance since the onset of the Turkish Republic, Anadolu Sigorta celebrated its 50th anniversary.

1983; Blue Insurance policies marking the introduction of comprehensive insurance system in Turkey and offering 17 types of cover were put on sale for the first time.

1986; Representing a new branch in the Turkish insurance business, 'Electronic Equipment Insurance' was first started by Anadolu Sigorta.

1987; Activities commenced in the agriculture insurance branch.

1991; The life branch was transferred to Anadolu Hayat Anonim Şirketi, a newly formed life insurer as required by law.

1993; Extending administrative and technical assistance to Günay Anadolu Sigorta founded and started to operate in Azerbaijan, Anadolu Sigorta became the first Turkish insurance company to set up an international operation.

1996; Policies in legal protection insurance branch, another first in Turkey, were written.

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