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Annual General Insurance Institution-level Statistics

The Annual General Insurance Institution-level Statistics publication contains individual insurance group information about financial performance, financial position, capital adequacy and key ratios. The publication also includes financial year-end results for consolidated institutions and Lloyd's Australia. The performance statistics of insurers may be impacted by factors outside of their control, such as natural catastrophe events, as well as those driven by their internal processes, such as the timing of actuarial valuations. Users should take these factors into account when interpreting the statistics.
Issued 14 November 2018
Supporting documents - issued 8 November 2017

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Source of data

Data in this publication are sourced from regulatory returns submitted to APRA under the Financial Sector (Collection of Data) Act 2001 by authorised General Insurance companies, General Insurance groups and also data submitted by Lloyd's Australia.

Forthcoming issues

December 2018: 8 May 2019

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Email: dataanalytics [at] apra.gov.au.

Mailing address:

Manager GI Strategic Intelligence – Data Analytics
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
GPO Box 9836, Sydney NSW 2001

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