WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 1, 2013 — LIMRA and LOMA will host a two-day seminar focused on bancassurance in Latin America on March 7-8, 2013, in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Do you want to know more about: How various functions are divided between insurance companies and banks? What commission rates insurance companies pay banks on different products? What type of training insurers provide to banks? If your answer is "yes", the Study of Bancassurance Operations in Latin America answers these questions and many others.
WINDSOR, Conn., Jan. 8, 2018—LIMRA recently released results from a new multi-regional survey of 124 life insurers to identify the best practices of successful bancassurance lines of business.
As the insurance industry continues to evolve worldwide, the importance of distribution also increases. Markets that were once dominated by tied agents globally are moving, at various rates, toward alternative distribution channels. Distribution in the Latin American region varies by country, and insurers in many countries are experimenting with emerging distribution channels such as supermarkets, malls, and pharmacies.
WINDSOR, Conn., August 9, 2017 — More than 200 life insurance executives will convene at the LIMRA LOMA 2017 Latin American Conference, on September 10–12, 2017 in Santiago, Chile, to explore new strategies to improve productivity and expand market share.
- News Releases
- Distribution Channels
- Full Service Broker-Dealer
- Independent Broker-Dealer
- Registered Investment Advisor (RIA/IAR)
- Agency Building
- Multiple Line Exclusive Agency (MLEA)
- Independent Agency/Brokerage
- Individual Insurance
- Workplace Benefits
LIMRA conducted the Agent Production and Survival Study in Latin America to examine agent retention and production performance in 2006. Information on base-force, entrant survival by agent class, and cumulative survival by agent class, as well as agent productivity by the number of policies sold per agent, are presented.
The life insurance markets in various countries steadily progress from an emerging phase to a more mature phase over time. The Market Maturity Model provides a framework for understanding what has happened to mature markets in the life insurance industry around the world, and what will happen to emerging markets in the future.