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International Health Insurance for Expatriates, Students and Affluent Residents in China

International Health Insurance for Expatriates, Students and Affluent Residents in China is a report and market data file about the Chinese market for health insurance and related cover sold to expatriate and student customers, plus affluent residents. Using its proprietary International Health Insurance Market Data Model, Finaccord reports on the value and segmentation of this market in a number of ways:
  • by region of origin with data available separately for migrants to China from Africa, elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region, Australasia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America;
  • by destination region with data available separately for Chinese migrants moving to the same regions;
  • by type of customer with a breakdown (among customers both inbound to and outbound from China) between individual workers, corporate / other transferees (including diplomats and employees of charities and NGOs), students, retired individuals and other customers (defined as non-employed spouses and children).
Moreover, the market is quantified in terms of total and new business not only in 2018 but also for 2014 and forecast to 2022, thereby illustrating growth trends by region and customer type. In addition, data is provided for the same years and segments for the number of international health insurance policies sold and for the total number of eligible individuals (i.e. including expatriates and students who have not taken out this type of insurance).
Further, total policies in force bought in China itself (and their associated premiums) are split across the same time line between outbound customers, inbound customers and affluent residents.
Finally, the analysis also comprises estimates for the market share of premiums of the leading underwriters of international health insurance in China (with coverage of AIA, Allianz China, China Life, China Taiping, Cigna & CMB, CPIC, Generali China, PICC Health, Ping An and Taikang plus other smaller competitors), and the most prominent intermediaries of this type of insurance are identified.
For further information about this research, please access the table of contents and series prospectus by clicking on the corresponding links to the left-hand side of this page, or e-mail

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