Insurance is probably one of the oldest human economic activities, appearing not long after the advent of trade, and developing as a way of protecting merchants from unforeseen events (natural catastrophes, robberies, etc.). There is evidence of traders using insurance for risk management as early as the third millennium BCE (“before the common era”).
Nowadays, insurance is one of the most complex areas of the financial sector, covering a wide range of risks for both personal and business activities. Most insurance companies offer similar products, which makes competition quite fierce. Here are some of the characteristics of the insurance sector:
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