The World's 25 Largest Insurance Companies by Premiums and Assets

25 Largest Insurance Companies in the World in terms of Net Premiums

 Overall, the top 25 largest insurance companies globally based on annual net premiums are as follows.


 1. UnitedHealth Group Incorporated


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$158.5 billion


 2. AXA S.A.


 France

 Net premium: US$104.5 billion


 3. China Life Insurance (Group) Company


 Country: China

 Net premium: US$97.6 billion


 4. Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China Ltd.


 Country: China

 Net premium: US$90.3 billion


 5. Allianz SE


 Germany

 Net premium: US$86.8


 6. Anthem, Inc.


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$84.2 billion


 7. Kaiser Foundation Group of Health Plans


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$83.6 billion


 8. Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A.


 Country: Italy

 Net premium: US$77.5 billion


 9. State Farm Group


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$69.9 billion


 10. People's Insurance Company (Group) of China Ltd.


 Country: China

 Net premium: US$68.9 billion


 11. Berkshire Hathaway Inc.


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$62.2 billion


 12. Munich Reinsurance Company


 Germany

 Net premium: US$75 billion


 13. Prudential plc


 Great Britain

 Net premium: US$56.6 billion


 14. Aetna Inc.


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$53.9 billion


 15. Humana Inc.


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$52.4 billion


 16. Nippon Life INsurance Company


 Japan

 US$50.6 billion net premium


 17. Life Insurance Corporation of India


 Country: India

 Net premium: US$48.9 billion


 18. Centene Sorporation


 Country: United States

 Net premium: US$46.1 billion


 19. Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc.


 Japan

 Net premium: US$46 billion


 20. National Mutual Insurance Federal Agricultural Cooperation


 Japan

 Net premium: US$45.2 billion


 21. Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc.


 Japan

 Net premium: US$42.5 billion


 22. MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings, Inc.


 Japan

 Net premium: US$42.3 billion


 23. Zurich Insurance Group Ltd.


 Country: Switzerland

 Net premium: US$41.1 billion


 24. China Pacific Insurance (Group) Company, Ltd.


 Country: China

 Net premium: US$40.8 billion


 25. Japan Post Insurance Company, Ltd.


 Japan

 Net premium: US$39.6 billion


 In the list above, there is a newcomer namely China Pacific Insurance (Group) Company, Ltd.  which is ranked 24.


 25 Largest Insurance Companies in the World with Net Non-Banking Assets


 Judging from the annual non-banking assets of global insurance companies, here are the top 25.


 1. Allianz SE


 Germany

 Non-banking assets: US$1 trillion


 2. AXA S.A.


 France

 Non-banking assets: US$992 billion


 3. Prudential Financial Inc.


 Country: United States

 Non-banking assets: US$832 billion


 4. Japan Post Insurance Company, Ltd.


 Japan

 Non-banking assets: US$723 billion


 5. MetLife Inc.


 Country: United States

 Non-banking assets: US$720 billion


 6. Berkshire Hathaway Inc.


 Country: United States

 Non-banking assets: US$702.1 billion


 7. Nippon Life Insurance Company


 Japan

 Non-banking assets: US$700 billion


 8. Legal & General Group Plc.


 Great Britain

 Non-banking assets: US$682.6 billion


 9. Prudential plc


 Great Britain

 Non-banking assets: US$666.5 billion


 10. Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A.


 Country: Italy

 Non-banking assets: US$643.4 billion


 11. Aviva plc


 Great Britain

 Non-banking assets: US$597.4 billion


 12. Manulife Financial Corporation


 Country: Canada

 Non-banking assets: US$581.3 billion


 13. Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China Ltd.


 Country: China

 Non-banking assets: US$572.5 billion


 14. National Mutual Insurance Federal Agricultural Cooperation


 Country: Japan

 Non-banking assets: US$553.1 billion


 15. China Life Insurance (Group) Company


 Country: China

 Non-banking assets: US$553 billion


 16. CNP Assurance


 France

 Non-banking assets: US$507.1 billion


 17. Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc.


 Japan

 Non-banking assets: US$504.4 billion


 18. American International Group, Inc.


 Country: United States

 Non-banking assets: US$498.3 billion


 19. Aegon N.V.


 The Netherlands

 Non-banking assets: US$475 billion


 20. Credit Agricole Assurance


 France

 Non-banking assets: US$451.7 billion


 21. Life Insurance Corporation of India


 Country: India

 Non-banking assets: US$438.1 billion


 22. Zurich Insurance Group Ltd.


 Country: Switzerland

 Non-banking assets: US$422.1 billion


 23. Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company


 Japan

 Non-banking assets: US$391 billion


 24. Sumitomo Life Insurance Company


 Japan

 Non-banking assets: 339.1 billion


 25. New York Life Insurance Company


 Country: United States

 Non-banking assets: US$337.1 billion


 There was no substantial change in the rating of insurance companies by non-banking assets in 2017 compared to 2016.


 Talking about the total assets of each company can certainly be clearly measured.  This topic can be a reference for us as prospective customers in finding out which company provides the best long-term guarantee and includes the realization of our insurance claims in the future.


 However, if you look at it in terms of service, the product coverage offered starts from life and health insurance and other products.  Not to mention the suitability of our needs as customers, of course, becomes another subject of discussion.


 Therefore, we as potential customers need to understand which products can bear the maximum risk for us, our families and our company.

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