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Intermediated General Insurance Statistics

​The Intermediated General Insurance Statistics publication provides an overview of intermediated general insurance placed with APRA-authorised general insurers, Lloyd's underwriters and unauthorised foreign insurers (UFIs). The statistical tables include detailed information about risks placed with UFIs.

Current issues

The publication is available in three versions: Adobe PDF for printing, Microsoft Excel, and a database version (in a Microsoft Excel file) which contains data items from previous periods and can be used for further analysis. A set of explanatory notes are provided at a link below to assist the reader in understanding the background to this publication and the source of the data used in it.  A glossary to assist the reader in understanding the definitions of the data in this publication is also available at a link on this internet page.

December 2017 (issued 7 March 2018) 

PDF | Excel | Database | Explanatory notes | Glossary

PDF version​ Excel version​ ​Database version
Periods included ​Highlights only ​Current only ​All since Dec 2010
Calculated data items included? * ​Yes ​No
Designed for printing? ​No ​No
Types of data included: ​ ​ ​
   ​ Breakdown of numbers of intermediaries placing business ​Yes ​Yes
Breakdown of premium invoiced and effective ​Yes ​Yes
Premium and number of new/ renewed policies placed by UFIs by region, exemption type and class of business​ ​Yes ​Yes

* Calculated data items include averages and proportions.  Database version does not contain these as they are not suitable for aggregation and pivoting.

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Past issues
Data relating to past periods are available in the Database version of the publication.

Forthcoming issues 

The next edition of the Intermediated General Insurance Statistics publication will be released on this web page by close of business on the following date:

June 2018: 5 September 2018

Source of data

Data in this publication are sourced from forms submitted to APRA under the Corporations Act 2001 by Australian financial services licensees who hold a current authority to transact general insurance business. APRA implemented the intermediated general insurance data collection in May 2010 following the introduction of the Corporations Amendment Regulations 2009 (No. 11) in December 2009.

For blank copies of the returns and associated instructions click here.


For more information about the statistics in this publication:

or write to:
Manager, General Insurance Statistics
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority 
GPO Box 9836
Sydney NSW 2001