Did you know that PE firms paid $12.1 billion in 2021 for investments in the insurance sector in the United States? It’s a figure that comfortably eclipsed the $9.7 billion record set in full-year 2018, according to Refinitiv data.
The firms at the vanguard of these investments include Blackstone, KKR and Sixth Street. The majority of PE-owned companies are in the life insurance space in the US as per research by the National Association of Insurance Companies.
Will there be a similar groundswell of interest in the insurance sector from PE firms operating in Asia? This is a question we seek to answer via our survey: ‘What will it take for insurance to be a great investable opportunity for Asian PE firms?’ The survey has been created by DealStreetAsia in partnership with Milliman, an actuarial and consulting firm.
We invite you to help improve the quantum of knowledge on investments by participating in the survey, particularly if you have ever invested in or are contemplating an investment in the insurance sector across life, health, or even insurtech.
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