UZBEKINVEST INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY

UIIC offer political risk insurance to potential and existing investors, thereby removing many of the uncertainties of investing in the unknown market...

our activity

  • PRI for Equity Investors
  • PRI for Exporters & Importers
  • Investment Coverage
  • Trade Coverage
  • CEN, War & Political violence
  • Contract Repudiation
  • Wrongful Calling of Guarantee​
  • Other tailored products
  • F.A.Q.


Uzbekistan contains some of the most promising investment opportunities in the world, and some of the most stable conditions in the CIS. However, as with all emerging markets, the key to successfully unlocking the upside is effectively to cover the downside


No insurance company is better placed to offer you political risk insurance for trade with, investing or doing business in Uzbekistan than UIIC, a company that has access to both unrivalled local knowledge and unparalleled international expertise. As such it is the vital key to unlocking successful investment in this remarkable market.

UIIC plays an integral part in stimulating trade and investment flow into Uzbekistan. Since its establishment in 1994, UIIC has encouraged more than $6bln ...

UIIC has been set up in November 29, 1994 to offer political risk insurance to potential and existing investors, thereby removing many of the uncertainties of investing in the unknown market...

what we offer

Learn about Uzbekistan, country profile, investment potential, industry, economy, politics, basic facts, useful contacts...

WHO WE ARE

Read news about Uzbekistan at the Governmental portal of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the American-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce website.

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First of all, Uzbekistan is political stability, confidence in tomorrow and consistency of reforms in all fields of public and political life. It’s the state, where representatives of more than a hundred ethnic groups and dozens of religions live in peace and concord.


Uzbekistan occupies the heart of the area of Central Asia historically known as Turkestan. Some of the earliest known inhabitants of this region were Indo-Iranians, who are thought to have migrated to the region around the second millennium b.c. By the 4th century b.c., after the campaigns of Alexander the Great, trade along the Silk Road increased, and the area emerged as an important trading center; cultural contact intensified, and a variety of religions flourished. Read more...

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