Gross life insurance reserves reached 1,168 USD bil in 2013 in Germany, according to the National Central Bank / OECD. This is 9.40 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, gross life insurance reserves in Germany reached an all time high of 1,168 USD bil in 2013 and an all time low of 741 USD bil in 2003. When compared to Germany's main peers, gross life insurance reserves in Austria amounted to 96.0 USD bil, 274 USD bil in Belgium, 2,032 USD bil in France and 28.1 USD bil in Poland in 2013.
Germany has been ranked 3rd within the group of 27 countries we follow in terms of gross life insurance reserves.
Life insurance reserves are a stated amount of liquid assets that an insurer must have on hand that will satisfy all claims from in-force insurance policies and other outstanding liabilities.