Life & annuity insurance occupies the lion’s share in global premiums.
This segment of insurance is directly and severely affected by macroeconomic changes, especially changes in the associated regulatory environment and the health of associated capital markets.
Scope of the Report
Key Offerings by Mordor Intelligence
How much is one of the world's most profitable industry worth, in the current year? How much will it be worth, by 2022? Industry size is segmented by its most profit making sub-verticals (includes: L&H), with detailed insights provided, geographically.
Industry Trends & Market Dynamics
Macroeconomic, microeconomic, and even unanticipated factors, ranked according to the extent of the effects, influencing the insurance market at the global level. These include drivers helping the business ride the wave, barriers that could eventually obstruct, and potential opportunities, before they are leveraged by the competition.
Data and Analytics form an indispensable component of the (re)insurance market. Based on the company’s position in the value chain and the company's vision and mission for the future, Mordor provides the most relevant innovations (operational, technological, disruptive, and others) in the field.
Capital Trends & Metrics
How is capital access changing in (re)insurance segments, across regions and industry sub-verticals? What are the influencing factors in this exchange of capital? How can these insights be integrated to contribute to the short-term goals?
This is the most comprehensive segment of the report, enlisting competition across pertinent points in the value chain.
An analysis of the competition for companies, segmented by their position in the market is provided. The coverage includes re-insurers, alternative capital sources, traditional insurance companies (listed exhaustively by sub-segments), and startups leveraging technologies and innovations. This section of the report facilitates sound and unbiased overview of the respective companies' strategies, in detail and throws light on how and why companies are adapting to the opportunities and challenges they foresee in the future while also competing in the existing structural environment of the P&C insurance products and services marketplace.
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Methodology
3. Saudi Arabia Insurance Industry Outlook
3.1 GDP and Economic Activity
3.2 Consumer Confidence
3.4 Employment Rate
3.5 Interest Rates
3.6 Household Wealth
3.7 Growth in Services
3.8 Growth in Manufacturing
4. Saudi Arabia Regulatory Environment, Insurance and Insurance Investment Laws and Key Policy Initiatives
5. Saudi Arabia Market Dynamics
5.5 Technological Innovations (Includes Blockchain)
5.6 Alternative Capital on the RIse
6. Saudi Arabia Market Segmentation
6.1.1 Market Size (USD million)
6.1.2 Total Direct Premiums (USD billion), Historical and Future Trends
6.1.3 Claims Payments (USD billion), Historical and Future Trends
6.1.4 Capital Structure
126.96.36.199 Investment Income
188.8.131.52 Net Income & Return on Equity
184.108.40.206 Returns on Surplus
220.127.116.11 Portfolio Allocation (Between Bonds, Shares, Real Estate & Between Public Sector Bonds & Private Sector Bonds)
18.104.22.168 Average Real Net Investment Return, by Type of Insurer
6.2 Other Annuities
6.2.1 Market Size (USD million)
6.2.2 Total Direct Premiums (USD million), Historical and Future Trends
6.2.3 Most Costly Insurance Losses by Years (USD million)
6.2.4 Claims Payments (USD billion), Historical and Future Trends
6.2.5 Capital Structure
22.214.171.124 Investment Income
126.96.36.199 Net Income & Return on Equity
188.8.131.52 Returns on Surplus
184.108.40.206 Portfolio Allocation (Between Bonds, Shares, Real Estate & Between Public Sector Bonds & Private Sector Bonds)
220.127.116.11 Average Real Net Investment Return, by Type of Insurer
7. Saudi Arabia Competition Profiling
7.1 Bilateral or Domestic Insurance Associations of Note
7.2 Market Share Analysis
7.2.2 Other Annuities
7.3 Key Player Profiles
7.3.1 Industry Vertical, Position in the Value Chain, Market Demand Generating Factors)
7.3.2 Net Income
7.3.3 Strategies for Operation (Includes Innovations and Disruptions of note)
7.3.5 Country of Operation
7.4 Companies Covered (Not-Exhaustive)
7.4.1 Berkshire Hathaway
7.4.4 Japan Post Holdings
7.4.5 Assicurazioni Generali
7.4.6 Prudential Plc
7.4.7 China Life Insurance
7.4.8 Ping An Insurance
7.4.9 Legal & General Group
7.4.10 Munich Re