Insurance companies worldwide have suffered less than banks since the collapse of the subprime market in the United States in late 2007, Celent says. However, they have been impacted by the volatility of international markets and the uncertainty linked to the slow recovery of economies in industrialized countries. European insurers, in particular, have reacted to the changing environment successfully, implementing actions to adapt to the current changes and gain operational efficiency, according to the analyst/consulting firm. 

In its recent report, “Tomorrow’s Leading European General Insurer,” Celent identifies three main factors driving strategic decisions by European insurers:

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