MAPFRE sees written premiums spike in first half


The global insurer MAPFRE recorded a 6.2% increase in total premiums written in the first half of the year, the company announced. The reinsurance branch MAPFRE RE recorded premium growth of more than 11%.

In Spain, MAPFRE recorded an increase in premiums written by 6.9% compared to the previous year to over € 4.2 billion (around USD 4.96 billion). In the Latin America North region, written premiums rose by 51.9% to almost € 1.35 billion. However, North America posted a 8.1% decline.

Region / business unit

Written bonuses (approximate) (in euros)

June 2020

June 2021



3.98 billion

4.25 billion

+ 6.9%

LatAm North

886.6 million

1.347 billion

+ 51.9%

LatAm South

726.8 million

756 million

+ 4%


1.612 billion

1.596 billion


North America

1.116 billion

1.025 billion



775.8 million

737.7 million


MAPFRE is the largest Spanish insurer in the world, the leading multinational insurance company in Latin America and the sixth largest property insurer in Europe by premium volume.

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The company has 19 offices around the world, employs 34,000 people and serves 29 million customers.

Last year, despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, MAPFRE achieved a net profit of 526.5 billion euros on consolidated sales of 25.42 billion euros and an improvement in the combined ratio of almost 3% to 94.8%.