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Building links between Europe and the rest of the world  

A key aspect of Insurance Europe’s work on the international stage is to engage with global policymakers, such as the Global 20 (G-20), standard setters like the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) and international organisations, which include the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), to ensure that the recommendations, principles, standards and global requirements that are developed on a wide range of issues are balanced, appropriately reflect the insurance business model and work as intended.

In addition, to make our global society more resilient to the challenges it faces, it is very important that countries around the world are free to benefit from both the coverage and expertise that Europe’s insurers and reinsurers can offer them. To achieve this aim, a considerable amount of work remains to be done to promote and achieve the liberalisation of the insurance sector on a worldwide level.

This is why Insurance Europe engages with the Commission and other relevant stakeholders to build understanding of the many benefits that Europe’s (re)insurance industry can offer to other countries, as well as of the need to bring down the discriminatory barriers and protectionist practices that prevent this from happening.

 

Related statistics
Worldwide insurance premiums
World Premiums, USDbnEuropeAsiaNorth AmericaLatin AmericaOceaniaOther
2008168091813461067855
2009158999712521077158
20101589116112791308863
201116251276134615410269
201215361333139816610572
201316131256139117310870
201416961321139817811870
20151492135614331589764
20161449148714631539259
20171479159114971689167
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Source: Swiss Re Sigma

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Cristina Mihai
Cristina Mihai
Head of prudential regulation & international affairs