BMI View: Angola's life insurance industry is small even by sub-Saharan African standards, though some
lines, including motor and health and personal accident insurance, are better developed than others. Low
income levels and widespread poverty have constrained the gr ..."
BMI View: The outlook is mixed for Angola's insurance industry. On the one hand, the relatively well
established non-life sector is expected to record robust growth rates, supported by the expanding oil
industry as well as compulsory individual lines, particularly mot ..."
Timetric's 'The Insurance Industry in Angola, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2019' report provides detailed analysis of the market trends, drivers and challenges in the Angolan insurance industry.
It provides key performance indicator ..."
BMI View: The Angolan insurance industry is extremely underdeveloped even by Sub-Saharan standards.
The economy continues to grow and the energy sector is vibrant with a small but sizeable expatriate
community and a small elite population. However, the population at l ..."
BMI View: Angola's insurance market is extremely underdeveloped, even by Sub-Saharan African
standards. A fast-growing economy has lead to rising prosperity and levels of disposable income,
particularly among the growing middle class elite in Luanda and other cities. ..."
BMI View:. Angola's insurance sector is one of the least developed of any that is monitored by BMI. It will
likely remain so at the end of the forecast period. In part because of low household incomes and in part
because of the lack of trust in financial institutions, ..."
BMI View: The lack of news from Angola's insurance sector confirms our view that it is, and will remain,
very underdeveloped by most metrics. Premium growth is being driven by the growth in GDP which, in
turn, depends on the fortunes of the energy sector. The employee ..."
The report provides in-depth industry analysis, information and insights of the insurance industry in Angola, including:
The Angolan insurance industry's growth prospects by insurance segments and categories
The competitive land ..."
BMI View: As of mid-2014, it has become clear that Angola's insurance sector (which is dominated by the
non-life segment) can sustain annual growth in premiums of around 20%. This is mainly thanks to the
growth of the economy (or, more precisely, the risks that need t ..."
BMI View: Many of the trends in Angola's insurance sector are very positive. Since 2000, the government
has encouraged a gradual process of liberalisation in a sector that is seen as an important adjunct to the
energy/petrochemicals sector. Premiums have risen rapidly ..."