Global Insurance Broking: A Strategic Review of the World's Top 150 Commercial Non-Life Insurance Brokers provides a focused analysis of leading competitors in commercial lines broking worldwide. It leverages Finaccord's unrivalled knowledge of commercial non-life (P&C) insurance broking across numerous countries to present not only a ranking of broking groups according to their actual or approximate revenues generated from commercial lines in 2015 but also a series of analyses that further illustrate their presence in this arena.
For each of the top 150 broking groups, these include: the percentage weighting of commercial non-life insurance broking revenues within total revenues; the number of countries in which they have offices; the percentage of total revenues derived from countries other than the groups' home markets; the number of acquisitions made that are relevant to their commercial lines broking operations over the 30 months from January 2014 to June 2016; and their main international broker network affiliations (if any).
Data is also provided for each group's total revenues in 2015 (i.e. including other sources such as broking of personal lines, employee benefits, wholesale insurance and reinsurance, plus underwriting and consultancy activity) and growth in total broking revenues in the same year relative to 2014.
Types of organisation that will be able to use this research include the following:
brokers: this report will enable brokers to appreciate their position and that of their competitors among the world's top 150 commercial lines broking groups, benchmarking it not only by value of revenues generated from commercial non-life insurance but also by a variety of key criteria such as the percentage of total revenues derived from international markets;
insurers: this report provides a unique analysis of the importance of leading brokers specifically for commercial non-life insurance - hence, it will help insurers to judge if they have the right distribution strategy for their international commercial lines business, and to identify if they are acquiring an appropriate volume of business with each of the leading brokers;
private equity firms: 19 of the world's leading 150 brokers of commercial property and casualty insurance are controlled by private equity firms and a very clear majority are privately owned - as both national and international markets consolidate, the broking sector may offer attractive investment opportunities;
management consultancies: for consulting firms helping insurance brokers or underwriters with their future strategy in commercial lines insurance, this research will allow them to understand more about the current status of the world's commercial non-life insurance broking market, saving time and effort on researching the subject themselves.
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