China: S&P prognostiziert Wachstum für Lebensversicherer

20.11.2014 – china_hochhaueserStandard & Poors prognostiziert für den chinesischen Lebensversicherungsmarkt ein jährliches Wachstum von bis zu zehn Prozent bis 2016. Das ergab eine Umfrage unter den 25 größten Versicherern Chinas. Demnach würden sich auch die Rahmenbedingungen in den kommenden Jahren weiter stabilisieren.

Asia Insurance Review says:

“We are revising our credit outlook on the life insurance sector to stable from negative because we are increasingly confident about its growth prospects and strategies, particularly compared with two to three years ago. More life players are putting further emphasis on value generation, profitability, and agency productivity, which should help to stabilize their financial risk profiles,” S&P said in an article titled Can Insurers Capitalize On Their Growth Opportunities?” in its “China Credit Spotlight” series.

Financial risk profiles should also stabilize from the insurers’ increasing emphasis on value generation, profitability and agency productivity, rather than merely targeting market share – at least for most of the leading players.

“Our study also shows that the bigger players tend to have the strongest stand-alone credit profiles, partly due to their well-established franchises, extensive distribution networks, and diversified business mixes. Other benefits include better economies of scale, technical know-how, and compliance functions,” said the article.

S&P said that over the next decade, if the life insurance arms of major banks continue to grow aggressively, they could threaten the business of other life insurers that heavily rely on bancassurance. Among the 70 or so life insurance companies in China, some newly established insurers have grown strongly through the sale of products via banks. (vwh/td)

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Link: Asia Insurance Review: China – Life insurance mart stabilizing, to grow by 10% in 2015-16

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