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Total revenue in gross written premiums of life insurance companies in Belgium from 2008 to 2016 (in million euros)

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Revenue in gross written premiums of life insurance companies Belgium 2008-2016 The statistic shows the total revenue in gross written premiums of life insurance companies in Belgium from 2008 to 2016 (in million euros). The total revenue in 2016 amounted to 14.9 billion euros. This was the lowest revenue reached since 2012, when over 21 billion euros of revenue was generated. In Belgium, all employees and self-employed must register and make contributions to one of five free health insurance funds or mutualities (in Dutch: mutualiteit or ziekenfonds, in French: mutuelle): Christelijke Mutualiteiten; Socialistische Mutualiteiten; Liberale Mutualiteiten; Onafhankelijke Ziekenfondsen and Neutrale Ziekenfondsen. Within these mandatory health insurances, which are paid by social benefits and government subsidies, patients are free to choose their own medical professionals and places of treatment. To increase the cover for medical costs, however, Belgian residents are allowed to add private supplementary health insurances to their mutuality. In 2015, the average health insurance premium per capita in Belgium reached a value of approximately 133 euros per capita. This is lower than the European average and the premium per capita in the Netherlands, where health insurances are paid outside one's gross salary.
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The statistic shows the total revenue in gross written premiums of life insurance companies in Belgium from 2008 to 2016 (in million euros). The total revenue in 2016 amounted to 14.9 billion euros. This was the lowest revenue reached since 2012, when over 21 billion euros of revenue was generated. In Belgium, all employees and self-employed must register and make contributions to one of five free health insurance funds or mutualities (in Dutch: mutualiteit or ziekenfonds, in French: mutuelle): Christelijke Mutualiteiten; Socialistische Mutualiteiten; Liberale Mutualiteiten; Onafhankelijke Ziekenfondsen and Neutrale Ziekenfondsen. Within these mandatory health insurances, which are paid by social benefits and government subsidies, patients are free to choose their own medical professionals and places of treatment. To increase the cover for medical costs, however, Belgian residents are allowed to add private supplementary health insurances to their mutuality. In 2015, the average health insurance premium per capita in Belgium reached a value of approximately 133 euros per capita. This is lower than the European average and the premium per capita in the Netherlands, where health insurances are paid outside one's gross salary.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
Belgium, Europe
Survey time period
2008 to 2016
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The figures have been taken from several publications.

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