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國外居住者及學生的國際醫療保險:全球市場的檢討

International Health Insurance for Expatriates and Students: A Worldwide Review

出版商 Finaccord Ltd. 商品編碼 349635
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國外居住者及學生的國際醫療保險:全球市場的檢討 International Health Insurance for Expatriates and Students: A Worldwide Review
出版日期: 2015年11月01日 內容資訊: 英文 359 Pages
簡介

全球國外居住者及學生國際醫療保險的市場,2015年的全體用戶中的總保費收入約130億美元,2015年的新用戶總保費收入估計為27億8000萬美元的規模。

本報告提供全球國外居住者及學生的國際醫療保險的市場調查、全球主要地區、國家的加入對象者數、保險契約數量、總保費收入的實際成果&預測、用戶的各類型的詳細分析、主要經營者趨勢等彙整資料。

摘要整理

第1章 簡介

第2章 全球概要

  • 市場概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
  • 出生地區
    • 加入對象的國外居住者、學生數
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
  • 居留處
    • 加入對象的國外居住者、學生數
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
  • 可加入的國外居住者、學生的類型
    • 加入對象的國外居住者、學生數
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
  • 主要經營者

第3章 非洲

  • 簡介
  • 地區概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
    • 可加入的國外居住者&學生、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

第4章 亞太地區

  • 簡介
  • 地區概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
    • 可加入的國外居住者&學生、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 中國
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 印度
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 日本
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

第5章 澳洲

  • 簡介
  • 地區概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
    • 可加入的國外居住者&學生、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

第6章 歐洲

  • 簡介
  • 地區概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
    • 可加入的國外居住者&學生、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 法國
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 德國
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 英國
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

第7章 南美

  • 簡介
  • 地區概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
    • 可加入的國外居住者&學生、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 巴西
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

第8章 中東

  • 簡介
  • 地區概要
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量
    • 總保費收入
    • 可加入的國外居住者&學生、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

第9章 北美

  • 簡介
  • 加拿大
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者
  • 美國
    • 可加入的國外居住者、學生
    • 保險契約數量、總保費收入
    • 可加入的客戶、保險契約數量、總保費收入比較
    • 主要經營者

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目錄

International Health Insurance for Expatriates and Students: A Worldwide Review is a report and market data file about the global market for health insurance and related cover sold to expatriate and student customers, which is estimated by Finaccord to have been worth almost USD 13 billion in terms of total gross written premiums and around USD 2.78 billion in terms of new business in 2015.

Using its proprietary International Health Insurance Market Data Model, Finaccord reports on the size and segmentation of this market in a number of ways:

  • by region and major country of origin with data available separately for Africa, the Asia-Pacific region, Australasia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America as regions of origin, and for Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, the UK and the US as major countries of origin;
  • by destination region with data available separately for Africa, the Asia-Pacific region, Australasia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America;
  • by type of customer with a breakdown between individual workers, corporate / other transferees (including diplomats and employees of charities and NGOs), students, retired individuals and other customers (defined as non-employed spouses and children).

Moreover, the market is quantified in terms of total and new business not only in 2015 but also for 2011 and forecast to 2019, thereby illustrating growth trends by region and major country of origin, destination region and customer type. In addition, data is provided for the same years and segments for the number of international health insurance policies sold and for the total number of eligible consumers (i.e. including expatriates and students who have not taken out this type of insurance). This means that the implied penetration rate for international health insurance can be calculated by region and major country of origin, destination region and customer type, thereby illustrating the potential for the market to grow further.

Finally, key underwriters and intermediaries of international health insurance are identified within each regional and country-specific analysis.

Note: the nine major countries of origin are estimated to have accounted for 60.4% of the total worldwide market value in 2015 - similar data for other countries can be generated on request (as a separate, bespoke exercise).

Key findings from the executive summary include:

  • there were a total of 105.1 million expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance in 2015 and this number grew at a compound annual rate of 3.3% between 2011 and 2015 from a total of 92.4 million in the prior year;
  • the global market was worth around USD 12.98 billion in gross written premiums in 2015 of which around USD 2.78 billion was due to new policies bought in 2015 itself;
  • Finaccord predicts that the total number of policies in force is likely to rise at a compound annual rate of 4.2% between 2015 and 2019 while new policies are expected to rise at an equivalent rate of 6.1% over the same period;
  • however, as a result of rising average policy prices, future growth in the market value is likely to be substantially higher;
  • specifically, a compound annual rate of 11.7% is forecast for the total market value from 2015 to 2019 and one of 13.0% over the same time frame for new business - this would produce a market worth around USD 20.20 billion in 2019, within which around USD 4.53 billion would be due to new business.

Table of Contents

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.0 INTRODUCTION

  • What is this report about?
    • This report is focused on a market with a global value of almost USD 13 billion in 2015 segmenting it by customers' region of origin, destination region and type
  • Rationale
    • International health insurance may be characterised as a fast-growing yet complex market
  • Methodology
    • Eligible customers (expatriates and students)
    • Market data
    • External sources
  • Definitions
    • International health insurance
    • Eligible customers (expatriates and students)
    • Individual workers
    • Corporate and other transferees
    • Students
    • Retired individuals
    • Others
    • Regions
    • Other terms
  • Finaccord

2.0 GLOBAL OVERVIEW

  • Market overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The global total of eligible customers for international health insurance exceeds 105 million
    • Number and value of policies although only a small proportion of these have acquired this type of cover
      • The value of the worldwide market has been increasing at a compound annual rate of more than 11% and is on track to exceed USD 20.2 billion by 2019
  • Regions of origin
    • Number of eligible expatriates and students
      • Countries in the Asia-Pacific region produce almost a half of all eligible expatriates and students and a slightly higher share of customers that become eligible in any given year
    • Number of policies
      • Policyholders originating from European countries are most numerous in total although the largest share of new policies is generated by customers from the Asia-Pacific region
    • Value of policies
      • Three regions of origin generate the lion's share of the total global market value and also the value of new business that becomes available each year
  • Destination regions
    • Number of eligible expatriates and students
      • The Middle East is the most common destination region for eligible customers followed by Europe and North America
    • Number of policies
      • Individuals going to North America account for the most policies in force and new policy sales but with those migrating to Latin America generating the fastest growth by both measures
    • Value of policies
      • Policies sold to eligible customers heading for North America generate the high value of premiums
  • Types of eligible expatriates and students
    • Number of eligible expatriates and students
      • Most eligible customers are classifiable as individual workers
    • Number of policies although this group holds a much lower share of policies and are overtaken by students when it comes to the split of new policy sales
    • Value of policies
      • Individual workers and retired individuals constitute the two largest categories by total value although students become more prominent in the analysis of new business
  • Leading competitors
    • A handful of underwriters are globally significant in the market for international health insurance with a few intermediaries also having attained this level of prominence

3.0 AFRICA

  • Introduction
  • Regional overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Africa has a relatively mobile population
      • Over 90% of eligible customers from Africa head to other African countries or the Middle East
      • Individual workers account for the vast majority of the total
    • Number of policies
      • Take-up of international health insurance policies is very low among eligible customers from Africa
      • Insurance take-up rates among eligible individuals from Africa are generally low
      • Most policies sold to eligible individuals from Africa are bought by students
    • Value of policies
      • Premiums are growing rapidly, especially due to movement of eligible Africans to North America Intra-regional migration within Africa accounts for the highest share of the market value
    • Comparison of eligible expatriates and students, number and value of policies.
      • Student policies are most significant numerically, although in terms of value the split is relatively equal
    • Key competitors
      • Bupa International, Cigna and MAPFRE have launched Africa-specific products in recent years joining South Africa's Momentum Health in this context
      • Brokers based in Kenya are especially prominent among intermediaries
      • The student market is particularly important in South Africa, and health insurers respond accordingly

4.0 ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

  • Introduction
  • Regional overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The Asia-Pacific region is one of the fastest-growing sources of eligible individuals in the world with India the most significant single source of them by outright number
      • Most eligible consumers from the Asia-Pacific region head to the Middle East as a destination region and the vast majority are individual workers
    • Number of policies
      • The regional take-up rate among eligible expatriates and students is comparatively low
      • China generates the most policy sales of any country in the Asia-Pacific region
      • New policy sales during the year account for over 40% of total policies in force in any given year Almost a half of all insured customers from this region have moved to North America which is mainly a consequence of the importance of the student market in the Asia-Pacific region and very low take-up rates among individual workers
    • Value of policies
      • Premiums have been growing rapidly and that growth is likely to accelerate up to 2019
      • North America is by far the most important destination region in terms of the value of cover bought
      • In terms of total premiums, the Asia-Pacific market divides quite evenly across the five customer types albeit students account for over 50% of new business
    • Comparison of eligible expatriates and students, number and value of policies.
      • By both volume and value, retired individuals constitute the smallest customer segment in the region
    • Key competitors
      • Hong Kong is an important hub for international health insurance business in this region as are Malaysia and Singapore, albeit to a lesser extent
  • China
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • There are close to 6 million expatriates and students from China eligible for international health insurance many of whom have moved (or are moving) to the US
      • Most consumers from China eligible for international health cover are either individual workers or students
    • Number and value of policies
      • As elsewhere, the value of the insurance market has been growing more quickly than the volume
      • International health insurance policies are also sold to more affluent individuals in China itself
      • Over a half of all policies sold to Chinese expatriates and students are for those going to the US and the importance of the student market is clear from the analysis by customer type
      • The volume of sales is growing at double-digit compound annual rates for most destination regions and for most customer types
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies
      • An overall analysis emphasises the primary importance of students as customers for this type of cover
    • Key competitors
      • A number of major international health insurers operate through joint ventures in China Several entities focus specifically on the Chinese student market and others on higher net worth customers in China itself
  • India
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The number of eligible expatriates and students from India has grown consistently in recent years with a very clear majority moving to countries in the Middle East especially individual workers, who dominate the analysis of eligible consumers by customer type
    • Number and value of policies
      • Between 2011 and 2015, international health insurance bought by Indians delivered little growth with decreasing migration to the US likely to have been a major cause in this respect
      • Indians moving to Europe and North America are the most likely to buy international health cover
      • Students account for around one half of total international health insurance policies in force which is a result of the very high take-up in this category compared to the other four customer types
      • A breakdown by premiums shows North America to be the most significant destination region
    • Corporate and other transferees account for the highest value of new business sold each year in India Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies in spite of the fact that they are a numerically small group in terms of total eligible individuals
    • Key competitors
      • Relatively few India-based companies target eligible expatriates and students from that country
      • Hanna Global Solutions serves over 100,000 Indian nationals living in the US.
      • Policies targeted at students tend to be configured as travel insurance rather than international health cover
  • Japan
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Growth in Japanese migrants is expected to accelerate between 2015 and 2019 with North America remaining the most important destination region
      • Individual workers represent the largest group in terms of total number of eligible consumers but they are overtaken by students in terms of newly-eligible consumers in any given year
    • Number and value of policies
      • Around 400,000 policies have been sold to eligible expatriates and students from Japan with most among those going to North America or other countries in the Asia-Pacific region
      • By destination region, take-up rates are likely to vary from just under a half to almost two thirds
      • Individual workers account for over 50% of all international health policies held by Japanese customers.
      • Take-up rates peak among students plus corporate and other transferees
      • In value terms, North America dominates the segmentation of the market by destination region which, as elsewhere, is a consequence of the high cost of healthcare there, especially in the US
      • One customer type accounts for over two thirds of the total market value
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies
      • Policies for individual workers from Japan are far more important than for other Asia-Pacific countries
    • Key competitors
      • Japan-based insurers are more likely to provide cover for international students than other expatriates

5.0 AUSTRALASIA

  • Introduction
  • Regional overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Australasia is one of the most rapidly growing sources of consumers eligible for international health cover
      • The majority of migration out of Australia and New Zealand is intra-regional although destinations further afield have tended to show higher growth with individual workers especially important in this context
    • Number of policies
      • Intra-regional movement means policy take-up rates are lower than might be expected although this situation is likely to change over time as longer-haul destinations grow in popularity
      • Take-up rates are high among all eligible customers apart from those moving within Australasia itself
      • Corporate and other transferees account for the smallest number of policies in force but are likely to feature the highest take-up rate
      • Student take-up rates in Australasia are the lowest of any region in the world
    • Value of policies
      • Boosted by migration to North America, international health insurance premiums are growing rapidly with almost a half of the market's value due to customers moving to that destination region
      • The bulk of the total and new market value is attributable to individual workers
    • Comparison of eligible expatriates and students, number and value of policies as is evident from the comparison of the five customer categories across the six key metrics
    • Key competitors
      • Over a dozen underwriters and intermediaries of international health insurance are prominent and a wide range of providers focus on insurance to meet Australia's visa requirements

6.0 EUROPE

  • Introduction
  • Regional overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Europe is a major and growing source of consumers eligible for international health insurance with the UK the largest single source country in this respect
      • The vast majority of eligible individuals from Europe are based in other European countries
      • Individual workers account for over 70% of all eligible consumers originating from Europe albeit for a lower proportion of newly-eligible ones in any given year
    • Number of policies
      • France, Germany and the UK are likely to account for over half of all policies held by Europeans with increasing migration to destinations outside of Europe helping to boost policy sales
      • Take-up rates are high for all destination regions apart from for eligible customers moving within Europe
    • Value of policies
      • The value of cover sold to Europeans is predicted to rise by over 50% between 2015 and 2019 with North America and other countries in Europe the most important destinations in this respect and double-digit compound annual growth rates forecast for all customer types apart from one
    • Comparison of eligible expatriates and students, number and value of policies
      • Retired individuals account for a share of the market value that is high in comparison to their number
    • Key competitors
      • A number of underwriters are generally prominent in the European market
      • MAPFRE Asistencia began working with the Erasmus student exchange program in July 2015
  • France
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Over 220,000 individuals from France became newly eligible for international health cover in 2015 although just over a half of these moved to other European countries
      • Individual workers and students together account for over three quarters of all eligible consumers with students growing to almost a third of newly eligible ones
    • Number and value of policies
      • Growth in sales of international health insurance policies is expected to increase from 2015 to 2019 with policies held by those going to North America the most prevalent and intra-European policies comparatively rare
      • The take-up rate among individual workers from France is not especially high but almost two thirds of all policies in force are held by them
      • French expatriates and students heading to North America account for over a half of the market value whether measured in overall terms or in terms of new business
      • The significance of individual workers becomes clearer when the market value is split by customer type
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies
      • Retired individuals represent the smallest opportunity by most measures
    • Key competitors
      • The CFS provides a significant level of coverage for French expatriates and students which means that many providers offer 'top up' cover as well as 'from the first Euro' cover
      • There are numerous intermediaries of international health cover operating out of France and a number of mutual insurers and assistance firms also have relevant propositions
  • Germany
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Eligible consumers from Germany have grown at a slower rate than other countries in Europe and over two thirds of them simply move to other European countries albeit this proportion will decline in future given rapid forecast growth rates to Africa and Latin America
      • Retired individuals represent a relatively high proportion of eligible consumers from Germany although students constitute almost a third of those moving in any given year
    • Number and value of policies
      • Growth in policies held by German expatriate and students has been hesitant although increasing average prices have ensured growth in the market value
      • Take-up rates range from around 60% to 85% among Germans migrating outside of Europe but are vastly lower among those who move within Europe
      • Almost two thirds of international health insurance policies are held by individual workers
      • In spite of its low take-up rate, Europe is the second-largest destination region by market value although it lags far behind North America
      • When the market value is split by customer type, retired individuals come second to individual workers
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies
      • Corporate and other transferees constitute the smallest segment by most measures
    • Key competitors
      • Germany-based underwriters of international health cover include Allianz, DKV and HanseMerkur and around ten intermediaries of this type of insurance enjoy considerable prominence
      • Other competitors include insurance aggregators and firms specialising in student health insurance
  • UK
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The overall number of eligible consumers from the UK declined between 2011 and 2015 albeit their destinations are more diverse than for their counterparts elsewhere in Europe and the overall trend is towards destinations outside both Europe and Australasia
      • Retired individuals make up a particularly high proportion of eligible consumers from the UK both in terms of their overall number and the newly eligible number in any given year
    • Number and value of policies
      • Close to one million international health insurance policies are in force among customers from the UK
      • The value of this market has been growing far more quickly than the volume of it
      • Four destination regions are roughly equal in importance when policies are segmented by region and cover is rarely bought by those heading to other European countries
      • As in France and Germany, the individual worker category accounts for the most policy sales even though its take-up rate is probably the fourth-highest out of the five customer groups ahead only of that of retired individuals
      • Policyholders going to the Middle East and North America together account for over a half of premiums and the split by new business does not vary much from that for total business
      • Since their policies are relatively costly, retired individuals account for a large chunk of the market's value
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies
      • Students constitute a fairly small opportunity whether measured in volume or value terms
    • Key competitors
      • Numerous intermediaries of international health insurance are based in the UK
      • Healix International manages healthcare services for around 23,000 UK government employees
      • Policies targeted at students are generally configured as annual travel insurance products

7.0 LATIN AMERICA

  • Introduction
  • Regional overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • Growth in eligible consumers originating from Latin America will rise between 2015 and 2019 with Brazilians comparatively unimportant within the regional total
      • Over a half of the target audience from Latin America goes to North America but Europe is also important
      • The vast majority of eligible consumers from Latin America are classifiable as individual workers
    • Number of policies
      • The take-up rate across all eligible consumers from Latin America is likely to be just over 6%
      • The market for new policy sales is growing more rapidly than the total number of policies in force as a result of the rising importance of corporate and other transferees plus students
      • Take-up rates are held back by the high weighting of individual workers within all eligible customers
      • Students account for the vast majority of both total policies in force and new policy sales because the take-up rate among them is much higher than in most other customer groups which is itself caused by the fact that many travel to study in the US
    • Value of policies
      • Rapid and accelerating growth in the value of the market is forecast for Latin America as a whole
      • Insured customers heading to North America account for the vast majority of the market value
      • By customer type, international health insurance premiums break down quite evenly although student policies account for nearly a half of new business
    • Comparison of eligible expatriates and students, number and value of policies
      • The vast majority of eligible individual workers migrating out of Latin America are uninsured
    • Key competitors
      • Key providers include GNP Seguros, Lockton, Pan-American Life, Redbridge International and VUMI
  • Brazil
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The total number of eligible consumers from Brazil contracted between 2011 and 2015 mainly as a result of a sharp reduction in the number of Brazilians in Europe
      • North America's significance as a destination is likely to increase while that of Europe drops further
      • Individual workers dominate the breakdown of the total number of eligible consumers from Brazil but students dominate that for newly eligible individuals
    • Number and value of policies
      • Although the target audience has shrunk, policies in force and new policy sales have increased driving growth in premiums
      • Brazilians heading to North America and Europe account for the lion's share of insurance policies and an overwhelming proportion of these are bought by students
      • A similar pattern is apparent when the market value is split by destination region and customer type albeit in the latter case, corporate and other transferees are also quite significant
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies
      • Students dominate the Brazilian market, especially when considered in terms of new business
    • Key competitors
      • Group Saúde, Neoserviços and Panamed Saúde are notable local providers and several firms focus on selling travel cover specifically designed for students

8.0 MIDDLE EAST

  • Introduction
  • Regional overview
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The number of eligible expatriates and students from the Middle East is likely to exceed 5 million by 2019
      • Most individuals leaving countries in the Middle East move to other countries in the region although students are an exception, with a large majority heading to North America
      • By customer type, individual workers constitute the dominant category
    • Number of policies
      • Across all eligible individuals from the Middle East, the take-up rate for international health cover is low although the market grew quite strongly between 2011 and 2015 and will continue to do so up to 2019
      • The vast majority of policies are sold to expatriates or students moving to North America
      • When broken down by customer type, the vast majority of policies are found to be held by students with over 90% of new policy sales likely to have been made to this group in 2015
    • Value of policies
      • International health insurance premiums due to buyers from the Middle East have also risen quickly with those sold to cover expatriates and students moving to Europe having grown most quickly and this has been the case for all customer types, not just students
    • Comparison of eligible expatriates and students, number and value of policies
      • Both the volume and value of the Middle Eastern market are strongly oriented to students
    • Key competitors
      • Affluent residents in the Middle East are also buyers of international health insurance policies
      • Numerous providers target expatriates from other regions based in the Middle East and these include intermediaries as well as underwriters

9.0 NORTH AMERICA

  • Introduction
  • Canada
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • The number of Canadians eligible for international health insurance is likely to continue rising
      • The Asia-Pacific region, Europe and the Middle East are the most popular destination regions
      • Individual workers are dominant when the total number of eligible consumers is broken down and they are also most prominent in the analysis of newly eligible individuals
    • Number and value of policies
      • Relatively strong growth is predicted for the number of policies covering Canadian expatriates driving even stronger growth in terms of premiums
      • The geographical distribution of policies largely echoes that for the destinations of the target audience
      • Individual workers are likely to account for over 70% of the total number of policies in force although students and corporate / other transferees are the most rapidly growing categories and these also feature the highest implied take-up rates
      • As with eligible customers and policies, the premium breakdown by destination region is diverse with Canadians heading to the Middle East likely to represent the largest single segment
      • By 2019, expenditure by Canadians on international health cover is likely to be close to USD 750 million with most of this still bought by individual workers
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies who constitute the most prominent customer group across all six metrics analysed
    • Key competitors
      • Around half a dozen Canada-based underwriters promote international health insurance as do over 20 intermediaries
  • US
    • Eligible expatriates and students
      • In terms of outright number, eligible US consumers add up to one of the world's largest target markets with the Asia-Pacific region the most popular destination, followed by Europe albeit with migrants to Latin America growing most rapidly
      • Students are more visible in the analysis of newly eligible consumers than that for all eligible consumers
    • Number and value of policies
      • The US market for international health insurance is the largest in the world and its growth is likely to accelerate between 2015 and 2019
      • US migrants to the Asia-Pacific region account for a majority of policies sold although the take-up rate may be even higher among those going to Latin America and the Middle East
      • Implied take-up rates exceed 70% across all five customer groups peaking at more than 85% among corporate and other transferees which is partly because the US lacks reciprocal healthcare agreements with other countries
      • Eligible customers migrating to the Asia-Pacific region account for close to a third of the market value and individual workers for the vast majority of it
    • Comparison of eligible customers, number and value of policies which reflects their general dominance in the broader analysis by customer type
    • Key competitors
      • Many of the most prominent international health insurers are based in the US along with a wide range of health and travel intermediaries and a few providers with propositions specific to students

LIST OF GRAPHICS / TABLES

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Total expatriates and students eligible for international health insurance worldwide, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total international health insurance policies worldwide held by expatriates and students, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Implied take-up rates for international health insurance policies worldwide held by expatriates and students, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total gross written premiums for international health insurance worldwide held by expatriates and students, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • 1.0 INTRODUCTION

2.0 GLOBAL OVERVIEW

  • Total and new expatriates and students eligible for international health insurance worldwide, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students eligible for international health insurance worldwide, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies worldwide held by expatriates and students, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies worldwide held by expatriates and students, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance segmented by region of origin, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance segmented by region of origin, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by region of origin, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by region of origin, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by region of origin, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by region of origin, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students worldwide eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table).
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students worldwide segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)

3.0 AFRICA

  • Total and new expatriates and students from Africa eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Africa eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Africa eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Africa eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Africa eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Africa eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table).
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by destination region, 2015.
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Africa segmented by type, 2015 (table)

4.0 ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the Asia-Pacific region segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from China eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from China eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from China eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from China eligible for international health insurance segmented by, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from China, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from China segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from China segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from China segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from India eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from India eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from India eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from India, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from India segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from India segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from India segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Japan eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Japan eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Japan eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Japan eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from Japan, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Japan segmented by type, 2015 (table)

5.0 AUSTRALASIA

  • Total and new expatriates and students from Australasia eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Australasia eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Australasia eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Australasia eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Australasia eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Australasia eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Australasia segmented by type, 2015 (table)

6.0 EUROPE

  • Total and new expatriates and students from Europe eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Europe eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Europe eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Europe eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Europe eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Europe eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Europe segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from France eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from France eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from France eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from France eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from France, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from France segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from France segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from France segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Germany eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Germany eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Germany eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Germany eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from Germany, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Germany segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the UK eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the UK eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the UK eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the UK eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from the UK, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the UK segmented by type, 2015 (table)

7.0 LATIN AMERICA

  • Total and new expatriates and students from Latin America eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Latin America eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Latin America eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Latin America eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Latin America eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Latin America eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Latin America segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Brazil eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Brazil eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Brazil eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Brazil eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Brazil segmented by type, 2015 (table)

8.0 MIDDLE EAST

  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Middle East eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Middle East eligible for international health insurance, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Middle East eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Middle East eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Middle East eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the Middle East eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the Middle East segmented by type, 2015 (table)

9.0 NORTH AMERICA

  • Total and new expatriates and students from Canada eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Canada eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Canada eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from Canada eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from Canada, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from Canada segmented by type, 2015 (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the US eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the US eligible for international health insurance segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the US eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new expatriates and students from the US eligible for international health insurance segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance gross written premiums and policies held by expatriates and students from the US, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by destination region, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by destination region, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new gross written premiums for international health insurance policies held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by type, 2011, 2015 and 2019 (forecast) (table)
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by type, 2015
  • Total and new eligible expatriates and students, policies and gross written premiums for international health insurance held by expatriates and students from the US segmented by type, 2015 (table)
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