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United Kingdom (UK) property insurance: gross written premiums 2004-2020

Property insurance gross written premiums in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2004 to 2020

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Release date

August 2022


United Kingdom

Survey time period

2004 to 2020

Supplementary notes

* Data in constant exchange rate.

Gross written premiums: Gross premiums written comprise all amounts due during the financial year in respect of insurance contracts regardless of the fact that such amounts may relate in whole or in part to a later financial year, and shall include inter alia: (i) premiums yet to be written, where the premium calculation can be done only at the end of the year; (ii) single premiums; (iii) additional premiums in the case of half-yearly, quarterly or monthly payments and additional payments from policyholders for expenses borne by the insurance undertaking; (iv) in the case of co-insurance, the undertaking's portion of total premiums. The above amounts shall not include the amounts of taxes or charges levied with premiums (from Article 35 of Directive EC 91/674/EEC). Accepted reinsurance is excluded (ie corresponds to direct business).

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