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OECD Insurance Statistics 2013
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  06 Jun 2014
Pages: 290 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264206458 , OECD Code: 212013031P1
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Frequency: Annual   Tables: 105  Charts: 13 

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This annual publication provides major official insurance statistics for all OECD countries, selected economies in Asia, Africa and for the first time countries belonging to the Association of Latin American Insurance Supervisors (ASSAL). It includes information on the diverse activities of the industry and on international insurance market trends. An analytical chapter including data from OECD members and selected additional economies highlights the underlying reasons for the trends in gross premium growth and claims developments between 2011 and 2012, and presents key performance indicators. The data, which are standardised as far as possible, are broken down under numerous sub-headings, and a series of indicators makes the characteristics of the national markets more readily comprehensible. This publication is an essential tool for civil servants, professionals and academics working in the insurance field. The data in this publication are also available in database form on the OECD iLibrary under the title OECD Insurance Statistics (http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/ins-data-en).


Table of contents:

Conventional signs and abbreviations 7
Executive summary 9
Common definitions and notes 11
Insurance market trends 17
-Underwriting performance 17
-Figure 1. Annual real gross premium growth: Life sector, 2011-12 19
-Figure 2. Annual real gross premium growth: Non-life sector, 2011-12 22
-Figure 3. Growth in gross claims payments: Life sector, 2011-12 23
-Figure 4. Growth in gross claims payments: Non-life sector, 2011-12 24
-Figure 5. Combined ratio for non-life segment, 2011-12 25
-Investment allocation and performance 26
-Figure 6. Investment portfolio allocation: Life insurers, 2012 27
-Figure 7. Investment portfolio allocation: Non-life insurers, 2012 28
-Figure 8. Investment portfolio allocation: Composite insurers, 2012 29
-Figure 9. Portfolio allocation to bonds, public and private-sector bonds, 2012 30
-Table 1. Insurers’ portfolio allocation in bonds and shares by type of insurer, 2011-12 30
-Table 2. Average real net investment return by type of insurer, 2011-12 34
-Profitability 35
-Table 3. Return on equity by type of insurer, 2010-12 36
-Table 4. Change in equity position by type of insurer, 2011-12 37
PART I. INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS
Figures
-I. Market share in OECD, 2012 40
-II. Life and non-life insurance, 2012 41
-III. Penetration, 2012 42
-IV. Density, 2012 43
Tables
-1. Balance sheet and income, direct insurance (All insurance companies) 44
-2. Balance sheet and income, direct insurance (Life insurance companies) 45
-3. Balance sheet and income, direct insurance (Non-life insurance companies) 46
-4. Portfolio allocation, direct insurance (All insurance companies) 47
-5. Portfolio allocation, direct insurance (Life insurance companies) 48
-6. Portfolio allocation, direct insurance (Non-life insurance companies) 49
-7. Total gross premiums (Life and Non-life) 50
-8. Total gross premiums (Life) 51
-9. Total gross premiums (Non-life) 52
-10. Market share in OECD (Life and Non-life) 53
-11. Market share in OECD (Life) 54
-12. Market share in OECD (Non-life) 55
-13. Density (Life and Non-life) 56
-14. Density (Life) 57
-15. Density (Non-life) 58
-16. Penetration (Life and Non-life) 59
-17. Penetration (Life) 60
-18. Penetration (Non-life) 61
-19. Life insurance share 62
-20. Direct total gross premiums per insurance company employee 63
-21. Retention ratio (Life and Non-life) 64
-22. Retention ratio (Life) 65
-23. Retention ratio (Non-life) 66
-24. Ratio of reinsurance accepted (Life and Non-life) 67
-25. Ratio of reinsurance accepted (Life) 68
-26. Ratio of reinsurance accepted (Non-life) 69
-27. Market share of foreign companies in the domestic market (Life) 70
-28. Market share of foreign undertakings in total domestic business (Life) 71
-29. Market share of foreign companies in the domestic market (Non-life) 72
-30. Market share of foreign undertakings in total domestic business (Non-life) 73
PART II. TABLES AND METHODOLOGICAL NOTES BY COUNTRY
-Australia 77
-Austria 83
-Belgium 89
-Canada 95
-Chile 101
-Czech Republic 105
-Denmark 111
-Estonia 117
-Finland 123
-France 129
-Germany 135
-Greece 141
-Hungary 147
-Iceland 153
-Ireland 159
-Israel 165
-Italy 171
-Japan 179
-Korea 185
-Luxembourg 191
-Mexico 197
-Netherlands 203
-New Zealand 209
-Norway 215
-Poland 221
-Portugal 227
-Slovak Republic 233
-Slovenia 239
-Spain 245
-Sweden 251
-Switzerland 257
-Turkey 263
-United Kingdom 269
-United States 275
Annex A. Business written abroad by EE/EEA insurers through branches and agencies 281
Annex B. Definitions of classes of non-life insurance 284
Annex C. Composite sector in OECD and selected non-OECD economies 286
Annex D. List of administrative sources 288

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