NAIC Releases 2017 Market Share Data

Life/Fraternal, Property/Casualty Reports Now Available

The 2017 market share data include countrywide direct written premium for the top 25 groups and companies as reported on the state page of the annual financial statement for insurers that report to the NAIC.

The property/casualty report contains cumulative market share data for the following lines of business: personal auto, commercial auto, workers' compensation, medical professional liability, homeowners and other liability (excluding auto liability) insurance. The life/fraternal market share report contains cumulative market share data for: life insurance; annuity considerations; and aggregate total of life insurance, annuity considerations, deposit-type contract funds, other considerations and accident/health insurance.

The reports will be refreshed daily through March 7 and then each Monday throughout March. The complete 2017 Market Share Reports for Life/Fraternal and 2017 Market Share Reports for Property/Casualty will be available this summer and contain more in-depth information.

For questions about the reports or data, contact the NAIC Research & Actuarial Department.

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