Signal Iduna announced it boosted its joint stock by nearly EUR 2 M. The raise was recently approved by the Insurance Supervising Commission (CSA), resulting in boosting Signal Iduna Romania’s joint stock by RON 8,509,112.50, a release remitted to “Nine O’Clock” informs. At present, the company’s capital amounts to RON 55,633,126.50, the equivalent of EUR 14,998,359.40. The main shareholders are: Signal Iduna Holding AG and Signal Krankenversicherung AG. Leslie Breer, the head of Signal Iduna Romania, stated, in reference to the recent capital injection, that the group would continue its investments in Romania, abiding by the commitment made when Signal Iduna first joined the Romanian health insurance market. In 2010 and 2011, Signal Iduna Romania’s capital was raised by nearly EUR 4 M, and, as regards the health insurance market in Central and Eastern Europe, Signal Iduna has made massive investments in the past 19 years and will continue to do so in the future. “In 2011, we will focus, as well, on the life insurance and accident insurance segments, adding new services and facilities. Thus, by our services, solutions and strategies, we wish to make sure our Romanian clients will benefit, promptly and unfailingly, from high quality medical services, at international standards,” the company executive added. To this purpose, Signal Iduna wishes to contribute, directly, to enhancing the notion of medical care in Romania in the following years.