New Different Countries Insurance Markets Reports Q1 2015 by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

29 Jan 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd is happy to announce that new BMI research reports on various countries’ insurance markets have been recently added to its catalogue.

Latvia Insurance Report Q1 2015. Latvia’s life insurance segment is set to outperform the non-life segment in the oncoming years. With the non-life segment expected to keep on accounting for the lion’s share of the insurance market in the years ahead, its share, however, is likely to decline to just over 85% by 2018. By density, Latvia, after Estonia, takes the second place in the Baltic region. However, the nation’s non-life segment suffers from a slew of unprofitable lines. More information on the market is available in the report …

Serbia Insurance Report Q1 2015. The Serbian life segment keeps on growing quite fast from a low base. A dearth of understanding of insurance’s benefits and low family income levels indicate that the segment is poised to remain underdeveloped by most metrics in 2018; still, the trends are quite positive. In contrast, the non-life segment is facing impediments partly due to slower volume growth in the motor vehicle and property sectors, and a fairly strong price competition. The report examines and forecasts the nation’s insurance industry …

Zimbabwe Insurance Report Q1 2015. Zimbabwe's insurance market is forecast post double-digit growth during 2015 after witnessing a relative decline in 2013 and 2014. The sector is set to register a growth rate of more than 15% through to 2018. Life insurance will keep on growing faster compared to the non-life segment. The extremely competitive non-life sector struggles with low profitability on the back of pricing competition and reduced retention rates. The study presents a detailed analysis of the national insurance sector …

Nigeria Insurance Report Q1 2015. The worsening of the economic situation in Q4 2014 has thrown a shadow on the prospects for both of the key segments of the domestic insurance sector. There have been favourable changes and growth over the past year or so. However, the tempo of expansion has declined, and no strong rise in penetration is expected. The report is a key guide to the country’s insurance sector …

More new studies by the publisher can be found at Business Monitor International (BMI) page.

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