The insurance companies overseen by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority are required to submit detailed figures every year for their premium income, claims payouts and investments, among other things. The following table provides a basic summary overview of the life and non-life insurance premiums written in Switzerland.
|Health insurance * (with the exclusion of mandatory basic health insurance)||10'216||10’656||10'954||11'186||11'504|
|Fire and property insurance||4'027||3’988||4'060||4'150||4'275|
|Accident insurance *||2'992||3’032||3'119||3'151||3'248|
|General and occupational liability insurance||1'983||1’976||1'959||1'996||2'040|
|Credit and surety insurance, road service, financial losses||918||1’010||1'056||1'129||350|
|Ocean marine, aviation and transport insurance||364||352||343||324||326|
|Legal protection insurance||585||618||607||660||686|
|Total in CHF million||57'740||57’222||57'856||58'512||53'039|
* including health insurers and health insurance schemes
The following chapters break down these figures in detail, by branch of the insurance industry, and illustrate them in diagrams. The underlying Excel files can be found right at the end of each chapter.