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20 Jul 2016
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Article
Wearables: Enabling personalised life insurance Wellness is everywhere in life insurance. All sorts of insurers are trying to ...
12 Jul 2016
Lessons from 10 years of predictive analytics in life insurance There's a lot to learn from over 10 years around the life ...
14 Mar 2019
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
Can life insurance pass the genetic test? The future is bright for genetic testing, but it's a double-edged sword for insurers. ...
By Multiple Authors
19 Dec 2017
Seeing the future? How genetic testing will impact life insurance This paper frames the concerns of the insurance industry, and ...
29 May 2020
US Life Quarterly May 2020 The deep recession caused by COVID-19, low interest rates, surging unemployment and financial market ...
29 Jul 2019
US Life Quarterly July 2019 A strong 6.0% increase in direct premiums written (DPW) by the life and health industry masks a ...
24 Apr 2019
US Life Quarterly April 2019 Life and health industry direct premiums increased by 5.4% yoy for the first 9 months of 2018 a ...
13 Dec 2019
US Life Quarterly December 2019 Life and health industry's direct premiums written (DPW) increased by a solid 4.4% yoy in the ...
17 Sep 2019
Over the first half of 2019, Swiss Re Institute conducted a consumer survey of over 2,500 respondents on the needs and ...
26 Sep 2016
Critical Illness Insurance in China - Understanding customer preferences New report from Swiss Re reveals that diverse ...
By Maurus Rischatsch, L&H Economic Research Lead, Swiss Re Institute