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Life Insurance Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

With its policies being offered by numerous companies as part of their benefits packages in addition to the private policies that the companies issue, Life Insurance is a wide-spread and well-established industry in the industrialized world, with the main selling point being the ‘peace of mind’ offered in knowing that the policy holder’s beneficiaries will be provided for financially after the policy holder’s passing, with payments assisting from anything from funeral costs to long-term lifestyle maintenance.

Life Insurance policies are legal contracts, the terms of which describe the limitations of the events that are covered. Specific exclusions are often written into the language of the document, indemnifying the policy issuer against claims relating to war, suicide, civil commotion and rioting. Policy types mainly fall into two categories, Protection and Investment policies.

Protection policies provide a benefit in the case of a specific event, then provide payment in one lump sum (referred to as term insurance), while Investment policies’ main objective is to increase the capital by regular premiums or payments (referred to as whole life, variable life and universal life policies). Most life insurance companies offer a variety of products to a wide variety of people, thus mitigating their overall exposure.

The collection of reports in’s Life Insurance Reports category offer helpful insight into this field, providing information on market share, opportunities, market trends, sales, projections, and marketing strategies. Specifics on size, growth, segmentation, marketing strategies, and granularity with both the US and global markets make these reports essential for anyone who needs information on this field.

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Life Insurance Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Tanzania Insurance Q4 2018

    ... growth in Tanzanian life and non-lifeinsurance premiums in 2018 and beyond. The requirement that importers use domestic insurers to insure goods being transportedinto Tanzania is expected to help limit externalisation of insurance and boost transport ... Read More

  • Bermuda Insurance Q4 2018

    ... reinsurance providers, which write huge volumes ofpremiums annually, driven primarily by international business as demand from the domestic market is comparatively low. Thegrowth outlook for the Bermudan insurance industry is broadly positive, in line with ... Read More

  • Chile Insurance Q4 2018

    ... Chile hosts one of Latin America’s best developed insurance marketsand is home to well-capitalised indigenous carriers with significant brand loyalty and sales outreach. We are of the opinion thatinsurance sector growth will be predicated upon ... Read More

  • Costa Rica Insurance Q4 2018

    ... potential. The country is home to a small yet dynamic insurance market where primary driversbolstering premiums include rising household incomes, expanding savings levels and a strong uptick in discretionary spendingpowers. We further note that the ... Read More

  • Canada Insurance Q4 2018

    ... and business confidence remains high, and this willdrive new purchases in both life and non-life lines, with premiums expanding in the 3-4% range in both sectors through to 2022.While some parts of the industry, particularly ... Read More

  • Denmark Insurance Q4 2018

    ... a result, the product offering in all sectors is comprehensive anddistribution channels are extensive, giving consumers excellent access to a range of covers. The growth outlook for this marketremains bright, despite already high rates of ... Read More

  • Uganda Insurance Q4 2018

    ... low levels of disposable income and customer confidence.Although the sector is dominated by foreign insurers, investment can be undermined by currency revaluations and high inflation,which devalues revenue in USD terms. Economic growth is, however, boosting ... Read More

  • South Africa Insurance Q4 2018

    ... A key limiting factor is sluggish economic growth andhigh rates of unemployment which mean that many households remain excluded from traditional insurance covers. Should insurersbe able to expand the range of more affordable microinsurance products ... Read More

  • Taiwan Insurance Q4 2018

    ... in the organised savings landscape. Demographic factors are boostingdemand for retirement savings solutions, in a territory where household incomes are high and the insurance companies' offeringsare well understood. The ability of the leading life insurance ... Read More

  • Jamaica Insurance Q4 2018

    ... this is that the life insurancecompanies should consolidate their positions a key providers of savings (and protection) solutions to households that can afford lifeinsurance. In the non-life segment, volumes and prices should rise for motor ... Read More

  • Germany Insurance Q4 2018

    ... world, while penetration, in terms of premiums to GDP, is about3% in both markets. Despite this high level of maturity, the medium-term outlook for the Germany insurance industry remainsfavourable from a premiums-growth perspective. Stability in ... Read More

  • Finance & Insurance Sector

    ... and insurance companies include AIG, Bank of America, Citigroup, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, MetLife, and Wells Fargo (all based in the US), as well as Allianz (Germany), AXA (France), BNP Paribas (France), and Industrial ... Read More

  • Panama Insurance Q4 2018

    ... of relatively strong household incomes andthe large national financial sector. We note that the five-year outlook for both the life and non-life sectors is positive, driven by strongheadline macroeconomic performance, rising incomes, healthy domestic consumption ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Insurance Q4 2018

    ... faces significant structural challenges: a substantial proportion of thepopulation still fall into very low income brackets and unemployment (and informal employment) rates are high. The market islargely closed to foreign investors, restricting the competitive landscape ... Read More

  • France Insurance Q4 2018

    ... a lid on the growth potential of both thelife and non-life segments, both segments should retain their attractiveness to investors, as all segments are expected to experiencemodest growth during the forecast period. The development of ... Read More

  • Hong Kong Insurance Q4 2018

    ... and most sophisticated insurance markets globally. Most sub-sectors of the non-lifesegment will likely benefit from continuing growth in the economy of (greater) China. The life segment plays a central role in theorganised savings landscape of ... Read More

  • Lebanon Insurance Q4 2018

    ... drive up consumer spending, inturn increasing demand for a range of life and non-life insurance products. The presence of several multinational players helps tobring more depth and diversity to the available product ranges, though basic ... Read More

  • Luxembourg Insurance Q4 2018

    ... solutions. Luxembourg benefits from a robustregulatory environment and a large pool of financial services workers. The prowess of the financial services sector and strong tradelinks will drive the non-life insurance segment, whereas favorable demographics and ... Read More

  • Mauritius Insurance Q4 2018

    ... life premiums. Nevertheless, growth will pick up in coming yearsand average 12.2% as household incomes improve, fuelling interest in life premiums as an alternative vehicle for long-terminvestment. By 2022, the insurance sector should see total ... Read More

  • Mozambique Insurance Q4 2018

    ... hindered by high unemployment rates as well as extensiveinformal employment, limited household income rates and inflationary pressures. While these challenges will all persist over thecoming years, a more stable economic platform and the prospect of ... Read More

  • Algeria & Morocco Insurance Q4 2018

    ... A return to robust economic growth from 2017 - alongside a stable fiscal situation andexpectations the currency will strengthen - feed into quite bullish forecasts on the market, particularly for the non-life sector.Morocco's life sector ... Read More

  • Barbados Insurance Q4 2018

    ... country's sizeable expat population. While the economyremains fragile and consumer confidence is tentative, we see a number of bright spots emerging for the insurance industry over thenext few years. In particular, we see robust growth ... Read More

  • Latvia Insurance Q4 2018

    ... offers a small total consumer base where mosthouseholds still fall into the lower income brackets and carriers also have to contend with limited awareness of the benefits ofinsurance cover, particularly in terms of cover falling ... Read More

  • Vietnam Insurance Q4 2018

    ... basic property and motorproducts. As it is one of Asia's fastest-growing economies, we believe that there is potential for rapid growth across most lines overthe next few years. In the personal insurance segment, increasing car ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Insurance Q4 2018

    ... a generous social security network, while the lowaverage income rate for many expatriate works also restricted growth. There are signs that market trends are shifting, with greatergroup demand for life covers and even potential shifts ... Read More

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