The insurance reports of EMIS Insights cover the life and non-life insurance sectors, including the dynamics of the ratio between the two and the penetration of non-obligatory insurance products. The life insurance is still quite unpopular in emerging markets, so the opportunities for growth are being analysed. The non-life insurances include motor, property, healthcare and professional policies. The main indicators include premium income, number of contracts and payment of claims. Government policy on introducing or lifting mandatory insurances is also part of the report.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
At the end of 2016 there were 163 insurance institutions operating in the People’s Republic of China, of which roughly 30% were foreign-funded or joint ventures. Traditional insurance subsectors, such as life insurance and property insurance, ...READ MORE
Thailand has one of the largest insurance markets in the ASEAN region, ranking second (after Singapore). Thailand’s insurance sector consists of both local and foreign companies, with local companies possessing a greater share of the market. ...READ MORE
At the end of 2016 there were 163 insurance institutions operating in the People’s Republic of China, of which roughly 30% were foreign-funded or joint ventures. Traditional insurance subsectors such as life insurance and property insurance are ...READ MORE
Turkey’s insurance sector saw healthy premium growth rates over the 2012-2016 period, supported by rising employment, consumption and household incomes. Insurance premiums have increased nearly fourfold in the past decade. Still, insurance ...READ MORE
The Hungarian insurance sector is split evenly between the life and non-life segments. Unlike the European life insurance market, the Hungarian life segment is dominated by unit-linked products that are linked to investment schemes. In 2016, the ...READ MORE
Insurance proved to be one of the few sectors that are resilient to the deep economic recession in Brazil, marked by stubbornly high inflation, eroding job market and falling disposable income. The total insurance premium income in the country rose ...READ MORE
Malaysia’s insurance sector comprises both conventional insurers and “takaful” operators, who provide insurance products consistent with Islamic Shariah principles. Insurance penetration in Malaysia is low relative to that in many ...READ MORE
The insurance sector in Romania remains heavily underdeveloped, with the ratio of gross written premium (GWP) to GDP at 1% for non-life insurance and 0.2% for life insurance. The core of the insurance market continues to be motor vehicle insurance ...READ MORE
The Polish insurance market was ranked 13th in the European Union in 2015 – and 15th in the whole of Europe – in terms of that year's gross written premium (GWP). This indicator has been declining since 2012, along with the sector's share ...READ MORE
By the end of 2016 there were 163 insurance institutions operating in the People’s Republic of China, of which roughly 30% were foreign-funded or joint ventures. Traditional insurance subsectors such as life insurance and property insurance are ...READ MORE