Gjensidige Forsikring ASA is a Norwegian insurance company. The company traces its roots back to 1816 when a fire mutual was founded as Land Gjensidige Brandkasse in what is today Oppland county. Gjensidige demutualised and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in December 2010.
The firm, headquartered in Oslo, has a market share of some 25% (2016) in the Norwegian insurance market. The company has 36 branch offices in Norway, not including affiliated fire mutuals, and 1 million customers. Gjensidige has subsidiaries in Denmark, Sweden and The Baltics.
The company offers all kinds of insurance for retail customers, agriculture and business. It also offers retail banking products through its subsidiary Gjensidige Bank as well as pensions and savings products.
Traded as: OSE: GJF
Industry: Financial services
Headquarters: Oslo, Norway
Products: Insurance, pensions, savings, online banking
Subsidiaries: Gjensidige Bank, Gjensidige Pensjon og Sparing