In this section you can find the annual "Insurance Dossier", presenting an anticipation
of the main statistical figures related to the Italian insurance market offering
also an evaluation of the underlying trends in an international perspective too.
Insurance Dossier 2012
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In 2011 the performance of the Italian insurance industry was heavily affected
by the difficult financial and economic situation in Europe.
Premium income in the life sector dropped all over Europe compared with the previous
year, as the difficult economic conditions facing families seriously hindered
their propensity to save.
In 2011 there were signs of recovery in terms of non-life premium income on the
main European markets, mostly driven by tariff increases in the motor lines.
Insurance Dossier 2011
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Insurance Dossier 2010
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Insurance Dossier 2009
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Insurance Dossier 2008
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Insurance Dossier 2007
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Insurance Dossier 2006
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Insurance Dossier 2005
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Insurance Dossier 2004
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Insurance Dossier 2003
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Italian complementary pension reform - 2007
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The law n. 296/2006, anticipated to 2007 the beginning of the Italian complementary
pension reform (L.D. 252/2005), marking the end of a long process, which started
back in 1993. The new legislation should enable the II and III pillars to take
off on bases as solid as they are in Italy's main European neighbour countries.
Direct channel in Europe: trend and opportunities - 2005
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This work is an except from a wider analysis that was carried out for internal
use only. Its aim is to provide a description of current trends in the distribution
of insurance products through direct channels (telephone and online selling) in
the main european countries, with a view to outlining their most important trend
and prospects. The five leading markets in the european continent have been taken
into account: the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Insurance product distribution in Europe - 2003
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Only the italian version of this work, describing the importance of the distribution
in the development of insurance business, is available.
Private pension schemes in Europe - 2003
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This work includes a comparative analysis of supplementary pension systems in
six European countries: the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany,
Spain and Italy. All of the above mentioned countries are gradually resorting
to a combined model though adopting different solutions. In other words, Pay-As-You-Go
systems (PAYG) are increasingly coupled by funded system both on a collective
and individual basis.