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Risk Analysis on the Insurance and Pension Funds Sector

The profitability and solvency of the insurance and pension funds sector have improved, with a reduction in the main risks identified and monitored in recent years.

The national macroeconomic environment has shown important progress, with a favorable and above expectations evolution of economic growth, unemployment, deficit and public debt, explaining to a large extent the recent upward revisions in the credit quality of the Portuguese public debt and of some national banks to the "investment grade" category, which had a direct positive impact on the sector indicators.

Risk Analysis 2017

 

Direct insurance 2017

In 2017, the volume of direct insurance in Portugal exceeded 11.5 billion euros, reflecting a 6.3% increase in relation to the previous year. Life insurance recorded a growth of 5.8%, thus reversing the downward trend of the previous year.


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