New MarketLine Reports Investigating Life Insurance Markets Now Available at

22 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Market Publishers is pleased to inform that new research studies investigating life insurance marketplaces on global, regional and country levels.

As of 2015, gross written premiums in the global life insurance market amounted to approximately USD 2,810 billion, increasing at a CAGR of slightly over 4% over the period 2011-2015.

APAC represents the largest player in the world’s space, and Europe is another prominent player. The marketplace in APAC generated total gross written premiums of around USD 1,056 billion. Japan is the largest country market in this region, and its share is just under 40% of the region’s value. However, China is a major growth driver in APAC.

In Japan, the market generated total gross written premiums of approximately USD 419 billion as of 2015, their CAGR stood at 1.7 percent in 2011-2015. In China, the growth was higher: total gross written premiums increased at a CAGR of over 11% over the same period and they almost hit the USD 210 billion mark in 2015.

The research reports offer insightful analyses of the life insurance market on different levels. The studies contains all-round overview of the marketplace, they give estimations of a value it has. The reports focus on market shares and limelight segments of each marketplace.

The research studies focus on the competitive environment. They contain Five Forces Analyses for each marketplace. The reports cast light on supplier and buyer power. They cover new entrants and concentrate on threat of substitutes. The research studies not only comprise historical data, but they also give future projections.

Companies mentioned in the reports include: Prudential Financial, Nippon Life Insurance Company, China Pacific Insurance (Group), and more.

Other Countries and Regions Canvassed in the Studies Comprise:

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