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Key facts and figures

Key facts and figures

Net inflows for June 2020 were – 0.7 billion euros.
The progressive return to normal of economic activity has driven an increase of the insurance life premiums that have been collected. They amounted to 9.9 billion euros – significantly higher than in April and May (6.4 and 5.7 billion euros respectively). Paid-out benefits amounted to 10.5 billion euros.

Net inflows for February 2020 were 1.4 billion euros.

From the start of the year, insurance companies collected 23.2 billion Euros of premiums (compared to 25.2 billion Euros over the same period in 2019). 

Payments to unit-linked products accounted for 8.4 billion Euros from the start of the year, i.e. 36 % of premiums.

Net inflows for January 2020 were 0.5 billion euros.

From the start of the year, insurance companies collected 11.8 billion Euros of premiums (compared to 12.7 billion Euros over the same period in 2019).

Payments to unit-linked products accounted for 4.0 billion Euros from the start of the year, i.e.    34 % of premiums.

Features of this 2017 edition:
- The economic and financial environment
- The insurance sector
- Life, health and protection insurance
- Property and casualty insurance
- The insurance sector’s financial activity
- French insurers’ international activity
- Statistics

With 10,000 billion euros of assets under management, insurers are among the leading institutional investors in Europe. The insurance industry is willing and able to finance Europe’s economic priorities such as transport, energy and climate change.

Contents: Key figures - Property and casualty insurance in 2015  - Life, health and protection insurance in 2015  - Insurance and households’ long-term savings in 2015 - Insurance and social protection of households in 2014  - The insurance industry’s financial activity in 2015 - Statistical section - Premiums - Benefits - Accounting data - Insurance companies’ investments - Financial data