Insurance benefits paid life insurance Japan FY 2011-2017

The statistic displays the insurance benefits paid for life insurances in Japan in fiscal years 2011 to 2017. In fiscal year 2017, approximately 28.9 trillion Japanese yen of benefits were paid by life insurance companies. During the measured time period, the highest amount of insurance benefits, about 35 trillion yen, was paid in fiscal 2014.

Insurance benefits paid for life insurances in Japan in fiscal years 2011 to 2017

Exclusive Premium statistic

You need a Premium Account for unlimited access.

  • Full access to 1m statistics

  • Incl. source references

  • Available to download in PNG, PDF, XLS format

Premium Account

only $59 / month *
*Duration: 12 months, billed annually, single license

Access to this and all other statistics on 80,000 topics from

$708 / Year

Show detailed source information?
Register for free
Already a member?
Log in
Source

Release date

February 2019

Region

Japan

Survey time period

fiscal year 2011 to 2017; the Japanese fiscal year starts on April 1 of the stated year and ends on March 31 of the following year

Supplementary notes

1 Japanese yen equals 0.00896 U.S. dollars or 0.00795 euros as of March 2019.
Figures have been rounded.
Figures prior to 2013 come from previous reporting.

Statista Accounts: Access All Statistics. Starting from $708 / Year
Basic Account
Get to know the platform

You only have access to basic statistics.
This statistic is not included in your account!

Premium Account
Your perfect start with Statista
  • Instant access to 1m statistics
  • Download in XLS, PDF & PNG format
  • Detailed references

$59 / Month *

Corporate Account
Full access

Corporate solution including all features.

* All products require an annual contract.
   Prices do not include sales tax.

Statistics on "Japanese insurance industry"

Further Content: You might find this interesting as well

Statista Accounts: Access All Statistics. Starting from $708 / Year
Learn more about how Statista can support your business.