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Life Insurance Investable Assets in Asia to Experience Visible Progress in 2015

Friday, December 19th, 2014

According to the global analysis reports by Cerulli Associates Asia Pte Ltd., there will be a remarkable growth in the assets of the life insurers in the largest markets of Asia. It has been reported that their investable assets will grow about 15% in the year 2015 and will hit 2.4 trillion USD.

According to Cerulli’s Asia research director, Yoon Ng who is currently based in Singapore, this growth is expected to be more than it was recorded in the year 2014. He also said that for the year 2014 the growth was recorded to be around 13.7%. He believes that the Infrastructure investments trend is also getting very popular in the Chinese market where regulators have allowed investments in derivatives and trust products.

Showing his expectations for the year 2015, he also said that he believes that the overall growth of all the top Asian markets will be somewhere around the 14% mark. He expects that the investable assets will reach the amount of 3.5 trillion USD.

Another senior analyst, Manuelita Contreras who works with Cerulli and was leading this report said that there will be a noticeable increment in the separate account assets. However, he does not expect any demand for products related to worldwide life insurance in the coming decade in the Chinese market.

Along with these countries, Taiwan and Korea will also maintain their role as the chief drivers of the growth of investable assets in the Asian region in the coming few years.

The Korean market will also observe a huge progress in the year 2015 as compared to the previous years, especially in comparison with the year 2013.

On the other hand, Taiwan will also maintain its stable progress in investable assets, a good number of it is expected to originate from the general accounts, at approximately 11%. Similar progress will be observed in Singapore. In Singapore, Cerulli expects a progressively elevated yearly growth in the next few years which, in the year 2018 will reach at 9.4%.

The report also said that due to all these changes in the solvency systems in numerous markets in Asia, it is expected that it will push the capital requirements to go higher. However, the alternative asset investments may go down a little as a result of which a reasonable number of life insurers may hold back their share to these assets.


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