DUBLIN--(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pn7w8d/united_states) has announced the addition of the "United States Insurance Report Q3 2012" report to their offering.)--Research and Markets (
The United States Insurance Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, insurance associations, government departments and regulatory bodies with independent forecasts and competitive intelligence on United States's insurance industry.
The United States Insurance Report considers the prospects for both life and non-life (property & casualty and health) insurers. What both segments have in common is that the major companies have been able to leverage a combination of strengths to remain profitable - and, in many cases - to grow quite rapidly in 2011: this has been face of enormous challenges.
The report identifies the major trends and themes in both the life and the non-life segments. It incorporates BMI's latest economic forecasts and projections for relevant aspects of the US economy, such as spending on healthcare and registrations of automobiles. Crucially, the report places the US insurance sector in the context of all the other national markets that are surveyed by BMI.
The published results of the major life insurance companies confirm that they are major beneficiaries of the ongoing growth of organised savings in the United States, with growth in premiums written the norm.
Over the last quarter, BMI has made the following changes:
- The detailed assessment of the performance of the entire property & casualty segment through 2011, published by the Property Casualty Insurers Association (PCI), has been incorporated into the discussion of trends and developments in the non-life segment.
- The assessment of developments in the life segment now incorporates the extensive comments on conditions and trends published by the major companies (both listed and mutual) in their reports on 2011 and Q411.
- Projections include the latest wave of data which points to broad-based growth across much of the US economy.
American Family Insurance Group
Allstate Berkshire Hathaway
Lincoln Financial Group
New York Life
United Health Group
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