The African Insurance market has been projected to reach not less than $ 115.9 billion by 2027, exhibiting a Compound Annual Growth Rate, CAGR of 7.4 percent during 2022-2027, a new report released by IMARC Group has revealed.
The latest research report, titled “Africa Insurance Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2022-2027,” offered a detailed analysis of the market drivers, segmentation, growth opportunities, trends, and competitive landscape to understand the current and future market scenarios.
The report stated that the African insurance market reached a value of $ 75.3 billion in 2021. However, looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market needs to reach $ 115.9 billion in the next five years.
Insurance is a guaranteed agreement that provides protection to the insurer from financial losses. It is a contract in which an entity or individual receives reimbursement or protection from an insurance firm in the form of a policy.
Additionally, it promotes trade and commerce while improving financial stability for sustainable economic growth and development while mitigating losses.
A wide range of insurance policies is available for consumers to protect against the risk of big and small financial losses caused by liability for damage or damage to the insured’s property.
Some of the popular insurances include health, life, automobile, cyber, and property insurance policies. Due to the availability of affordable insurance across Africa, this is gaining widespread prominence among the masses.
The African market is majorly driven by the increasing awareness regarding the benefits of insurance among individuals.
Along with this, the rising demand to maintain a compulsory minimum level of insurance due to the escalating need to strengthen insurance companies’ capital and regulatory requirements is significantly supporting the market growth.
Due to liberalization and deregulation across the region, there has been a considerable increase in the adoption of insurance policies among the masses.