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Latin American Insurance Market

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2018

This report looks at the key indicators and trends of the Latin American insurance markets in 2018, reviewing aspects like premium growth, the main headings on the aggregate sector-level balance sheet, technical provisions, investments, technical performance, and results and profitability. Further, the report includes a review of the main structural trends underlying the growth in insurance activity, such as penetration, density and depth, as well as an estimate of the Insurance Protection Gap and the Market Development Index for each of the countries analyzed.

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2017

The aim of this report is to provide an analysis of the performance of the Latin American insurance industry in 2017, as well as to provide an analysis of its development over the last ten years, from 2007-2017.

In 2017, total premium volume in Latin America grew 8.6 percent compared to the previous year. The economic recovery experienced in the year favored the development of the insurance market, which has resumed its path to recovery in worldwide market share growth, reaching 3.4 percent of global insurance premiums.

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2017 (English)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2017 (Spanish)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2017 (English) (ePub)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2017 (Spanish) (ePub)

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2016

The report includes an analysis of the insurance market in Latin America and the Caribbean and the economic environment. In 2016, the region’s economy contracted close to -1.2 percent (-2.9 percent in Venezuela), especially influenced by the recession in Brazil and Argentina. Regional activity is expected to gain momentum in 2017. Premiums in the insurance market showed light growth of 1.2 percent, thanks to the improved behavior of Life insurance. Non-Life business, which is strongly linked to economic growth, suffered a 3.1 percent contraction measured in US dollars. The report delves deeper into the key strengths of 2016 and the structural trends in the last decade, regionally and by country, including a ranking of key competitors and an overview of the relevant regulatory changes in each of the markets.

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2016 (English)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2016 (Spanish)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2016 (English) (ePub)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2016 (Spanish) (ePub)

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2015

Report prepared with the aim of providing a review of the insurance sector in Latin America. Among other aspects, it looks at the key figures and structural trends in the region, and the insurance markets it comprises. It also includes the total Life and Non-Life rankings for each market, as well as key regulatory changes.

The Latin American Insurance Market in 2015 (English)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2015 (Spanish)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2015 (English) (ePub)
The Latin American Insurance Market in 2015 (Spanish) (ePub)

Growth Trends in the Latin American Insurance Market for 2016

This report provides a general analysis of the Latin American insurance market performance between 2005 and 2015, as well as a quantification of the Insurance Protection Gap in that region. In addition to analyzing the key structural trends, the report aims to identify both the traditional patterns that explain the insurance industry’s participation in the overall economy, as well as some elements of quantification regarding the degree of insurance penetration in the region. The report includes growth forecast for the Latin America insurance markets in 2016.

Growth Trends in the Latin American Insurance Market for 2016 (Spanish)