InsuranceData is an interactive tool detailing the latest data from the European insurance industry. Data is provided by Insurance Europe members (the members of the European Union (except Lithuania), Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Turkey). To use the tool, open one of the dropdown menus and hover over the chart to see the data points, or click the premiums and claims charts for more detailed data. Last updated on 30 August 2016.
The premiums charts show the life, non-life and health premiums received. Hover over the charts for each data point, or click a chart area to see the next level of data. Charts available include life premiums by country, health premiums by country and non-life premium breakdowns by motor, property, general liability and accident.
The benefits and claims charts show the life benefits and the health and non-life claims paid. Hover over the chart for each data point, or click a chart area to see the next level of data. Charts available include life benefits by country, health claims by country and non-life claims breakdowns by motor, property and accident.
The investment charts show the European insurance sector investment activities. Hover over the chart for detail on each data point.
These charts show insurance industry information. Hover over the chart for detail on each data point.
Click on a member country to see information and data relating to it.
Insurance Europe has published a database with figures on the European insurance industry for the period 2004 to 2015. The database includes information on insurers’ investment portfolio, benefits and claims paid, distribution channels and the market structure for the life, non-life and health insurance sectors in Europe. The information can be downloaded by clicking on the buttons below.
Last updated on 30 August 2016