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Key facts and figures

Key facts and figures

In March 2021, net life insurance inflows were positive at +€1 billion. Net inflows of unit-linked products amounted to +€2.1 billion, thereby contributing to financing the productive economy necessary for the recovery of our country.

Despite an uncertain economic and financial environment, net life insurance inflows in February 2021 were positive at +€1.6 billion. Unit-linked net inflows amounted to +€2.8 billion. France’s favourite investment confirms its key role in financing the French economy.

Net life insurance inflows were positive in January 2021, at +€2 billion. Unit-linked net inflows amounted to +€2.7 billion. Life insurance is picking up again, with net inflows in January 2021 almost four times higher than in December 2020, in line with the trend observed over the past few months.

Net inflows for December 2020 were +€550 million. These were the first positive monthly net inflows since the start of the health crisis. These positive net inflows confirm the last two months trend of a progressive return to balance and demonstrate the trust of the French in Life Insurance.

Net inflows for November 2020 were -€30 million and keep getting closer to balance, month after month. Insurance life premiums amounted to €10.4 billion, of which 34% were payments to unit-linked products. Paid-out benefits in November amounted to €10.5 billion.

Net inflows for October 2020 were 154 million. Insurance life premiums amounted to 10.9 billion, of which 34% were payments to unit-linked products. Paid-out benefits in October amounted to 11.0 billion.

Net inflows for September were 0.8 billion.

Insurance life premiums amounted to 9.4 billion. Paid-out benefits amounted to 10.2 billion.