The global life insurance providers market was valued at about
The life insurance providers market consists of sale of life insurance policies. Life insurance providers enter into a legal contract with the insurance policy holder, where the insurer (life insurance provider) promises to pay a designated beneficiary a sum of money in exchange for a premium, upon the death of an insured person. The life insurance providers are primarily engaged in the pooling of risk by underwriting insurance (that is, assuming the risk and assigning premiums) and annuities.
The rise in disposable income in emerging countries such as
Lack of awareness about life insurance and complex insurance products are acting as a restraint on the life insurance providers market. A large number of people tend to invest in traditional investment instruments as they are unaware about the benefits of life insurance. According to a survey conducted by
Robotic process automation and artificial intelligence have transformed the way in which business is done in the insurance industry. Robotic process automation and artificial intelligence are being used in the life insurance industry to accurately predict outcomes, improve customer service, guide the development of new products, detect risks and cross-promote products. For example,
Life insurance companies are monitored by regulatory bodies such as the
CVS Health, a pharmacy company has acquired a life insurance company
Major players in the market are Munich Re, AXA, Generali, Allianz and China Life Insurance Company Limited.
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