sigma 03/2009 World insurance in 2008: life premiums fall in the industrialised countries

World insurance premium volume rose slightly to USD 4270 billion in 2008. However, adjusted for inflation, premiums declined by 2%. Global life premiums fell by 3.5% in 2008, mainly driven by a sharp fall in the sale of unit-linked and single premium life insurance products in the industrialised countries. Non-life premiums decreased by 0.8%.

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sigma 3/2009 World insurance in 2008: life premiums fall in the industrialised countries

​World insurance series

The world insurance sigma covers premiums written in the global primary insurance industry. Published annually, it has become one of the fixtures of the sigma programme since 1968, the publication's inaugural year. This page gives quick access to all the resources.

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