Foreign Investments in Emerging Markets Discussed by Timetric in Its Discounted Research Report Available at

03 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The financial liberalisation of developing economies has helped insurance carriers in advanced markets to establish and strengthen their footprints in increasing markets.

The rising attractiveness of emerging country markets is owing to the factors like growth in consumer expenditure, increasing stock market returns, greater flexibility in policy, and the mushrooming middle class population. Less unsteady economic growth as against developed countries has enhanced income levels, promoting investment in financial solutions to secure earnings and investments in the financial assets.

Amid South American nations, Argentina ranks 4th with respect to FDI stock, giving way to Brazil, Chile and Colombia, and 6th pertaining to FDI inflow.

China’s insurance industry’s rapid expansion is attributed to growth of the economy, and hikes in disposable income levels and consumer awareness of what benefits insurance has.

In March 2017, India’s government put forward plans to boost FDI for insurance brokers from 49% to 100% to bolster the distribution network, and enhance and attract more funds to the sector.

Discounted research publication “Foreign Investments in Emerging Markets” drawn up by Timetric is targeted to examining the significance of foreign investment in developing economies with respect to the growth in both economic and infrastructure development. The report sheds light on the developments in overseas investment in each of the emerging countries, limelighting the actual trends in investments, Contributions of foreign direct investment to the insurance industry, the regulatory dynamics pertaining to foreign investment in each of the emerging countries in question, and examples of essential deals that were initiated and signed. It provides a regional outlook of the highlights of overseas investment activities in developing nations.

More discounted and new reports by Timetric are provided in the publisher’s online catalogue at


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