East Africa Short Term Insurance Statistical Bulletin

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East Africa Short Term Insurance Statistical Bulletin
  • East Africa Short Term Insurance Statistical Bulletin
  • Year : Dec 2017
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Summary

This introduces the ninth East Africa Short Term Insurance Statistical Bulletin from Global Credit Rating Co. (“GCR”). The statistical analysis presented herein has been compiled on a sample basis, sourced from the 2016 annual financial statements of 18 Kenyan, 6 Tanzanian and 11 Ugandan insurers. Statistics from the Annual Industry Reports compiled by the respective regions insurance supervisory bodies have been used where noted.

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Table of contents

Foreword

Section 1: Kenya Insurance Sample

1.1 Premium Income

1.2 Underwriting Account

1.2.1 Earned Loss

1.2.2 Total Costs

1.2.3 Underwriting Result, Investment Returns and Profitability

1.3 Solvency and Liquidity

1.4 Kenya Financial Summary Pages and Ratios

1.5 Kenya Consolidated Financial Statements and Ratios

Section 2: Tanzania Insurance Sample

2.1 Premium Income

2.2 Underwriting Account

2.2.1 Earned Loss

2.2.2 Total Costs

2.2.3 Underwriting Result, Investment Returns and Profitability

2.3 Solvency and Liquidity

2.4 Tanzania Financial Summary Pages and Ratios

2.5 Tanzania Consolidated Financial Statements and Ratios

Section 3: Uganda Insurance Sample

3.1 Premium Income

3.2 Underwriting Account

3.2.1 Earned Loss

3.2.2 Total Costs

3.2.3 Underwriting Result, Investment Returns and Profitability

3.3 Solvency and Liquidity

3.4 Uganda Financial Summary Pages and Ratios

3.5 Uganda Consolidated Financial Statements and Ratios

Section 4: Regional US$ Sample Comparative Statistics

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