Cross-border life business is back to pre-pandemic levels says AILO

Mark Battersby
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Reports recently conducted for AILO by Acuity Corporate Consulting have revealed that an estimated £68bn of new investment-linked cross-border life premiums were written globally in 2021. This compares to £58bn in 2020 representing an increase of 17.2% and a welcome return to pre-pandemic levels. Acuity compiled two reports which are available exclusively to our Members; one on the European cross-border life market, the other on the global market. Data from 2021 also reveals some changes within the seven regions covered by the survey. Europe, excluding the UK, remains the leadi...

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