Life Analysis Report
The Life Analysis Report provides the most comprehensive coverage of life company business available in the Australian market. Life Analysis Tables allow you identify the key trends in each life insurance product segment, measure the change over time for the total market and for each life insurance company. You can track changes in new business, in-force business and discontinuances.
The Life Analysis report provides tables showing market share data for business written by all Australian Life Offices. It includes tables showing in-force single premiums and in-force and new annual premiums for each of the following product segments:
In addition the report includes tables showing total assets by Life Company split into investment linked and capital guaranteed business and also split into Ordinary and Superannuation Business. Each table shows the total market and data for each company for each of the past five years.
Detailed analysis is facilitated by the provision of all tables in spreadsheet format allowing you to extract and undertake your own analysis without the need to rekey data.
The report is updated quarterly and is based on data collected by DEXX&R from each Superannuation and Investment Company.
The Life Analysis Share Report is releaseed approximately 60 days after the end of quarter and contains FUM/A and cash flows on a year to date basis over the past three years and a quarter by quarter analysis over the past twelve months.
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DEXX&R is a leading Australian Research Company operating in Superannuation, Funds Management and Life Insurance Industries since 1989. DEXX&R provides innovative research services for the Australian Financial Services Industry. Our objective is to provide detailed and accurate research covering all available products in each market segment. We provide comprehensive data and research to better help individuals and organisations make sound decisions.