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アジア太平洋地域における旅行保険・アシストサービス

Travel Insurance and Assistance in the Asia-Pacific Region

発行 Finaccord Ltd. 商品コード 294046
出版日 ページ情報 英文 273 Pages
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アジア太平洋地域における旅行保険・アシストサービス Travel Insurance and Assistance in the Asia-Pacific Region
出版日: 2013年10月13日 ページ情報: 英文 273 Pages
概要

アジア太平洋地域各国における外国旅行(1泊以上)の回数は、2008年には1億6,200万回だったものが、2012年には2億1,900万回になり、これはこの期間におけるCAGR(年間複合成長率)が7.8%であったことを示しています。2012年に販売されたすべての旅行保険のうち、平均で13.8%が年間契約であり、年間契約が最も重視されているのはシンガポールである一方で、年間契約型保険が最も普及していないのが台湾です。

当レポートでは、アジア太平洋地域における旅行保険・アシストサービス市場を取り上げ、主要な10カ国における外国旅行市場、旅行保険・アシストサービス市場を調査分析し、旅行業者、交通機関および金融機関経由の販売、ペイメントカードおよび銀行口座に関連付けられた販売などの販売チャネルを概括するとともに、市場規模予測を提供するなど、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 地域概要

  • イントロダクション
  • 背景にある外国旅行市場
    • 旅行回数
    • 旅行の目的
    • 旅行の目的地
  • 旅行保険・アシストサービス市場
    • 契約数とプレミアムの価値
    • 市場の測定基準
    • オーストリアおよび日本における平均契約価格は他国よりもはるかに高い
  • 旅行業者、交通機関および金融機関経由の販売
    • 引当率
    • 運用モデル
    • 競合情勢
  • ペイメントカードおよび銀行口座に関連付けられた販売
    • クレジットカードによる総合的な旅行契約のパッケージングは日本で最も一般的
    • 一方、この地域では、銀行口座のパッケージ化に伴う旅行の特典はほとんど存在しない
  • 予測
    • 背景にある外国旅行市場
    • 旅行保険・アシストサービス市場

第3〜12章 各国市場

  • イントロダクション
  • 背景にある外国旅行市場
  • 旅行保険・アシストサービス市場
  • 旅行業者、交通機関および金融機関経由の販売
  • ペイメントカードおよび銀行口座に関連付けられた販売
  • その他の販売チャネル
  • 予測

調査対象国(10ヶ国)

  • オーストラリア
  • 中国
  • 香港
  • インド
  • インドネシア
  • 日本
  • ニュージーランド
  • シンガポール
  • 韓国
  • 台湾

図表

目次

Travel Insurance and Assistance in the Asia-Pacific Region investigates the market for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in ten countries, namely, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.

This market is estimated by Finaccord to have been worth USD 3.63 billion in gross written premiums in 2012 having increased by over USD 1 billion since 2008. Moreover, the competitive and distribution dynamics of the market continue to evolve with new channels emerging and partnerships with major distributors subject to regular change.

For the research, Finaccord investigated the distribution partnerships of 1,220 travel trade, transportation and financial organisations across the region; it also analysed systematically the involvement in travel insurance in each country of other key distributor categories, namely automotive clubs, direct sales, online aggregators and brokers, other online brands, and retailers.

The report is accompanied by an Excel PartnerBASE™ dataset that details the travel insurance partnerships of each of the travel trade, transportation and financial organisations covered, plus a convenient market data annexe, also in Excel format.

Key findings from the executive summary include:

  • the number of foreign trips (lasting one night or more) across the ten Asia-Pacific countries increased from 162 million in 2008 to 219 million in 2012, which equates to a compound annual growth rate of 7.8% during this period;
  • on average, annual policies accounted for 13.5% of all stand-alone travel cover sold during 2012, and annual policies are perceived to be most significant in Singapore and least widespread in Taiwan;
  • across its various subsidiaries, AIG is the leading provider of travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-pacific region, as measured by the number of partnerships held with travel trade, transportation and financial organisations, and it is active in all ten of the countries investigated;
  • gross written premiums from stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the ten countries are forecast to increase to USD 5.24 billion in 2016 which, after taking inflation into account, would represent an increase of 5.6% per year between 2012 and 2016.

Table of Contents

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Outbound travel from this region has registered impressive growth in recent years
  • Residents of Hong Kong and Singapore are the most frequent international travellers
  • Most trips are to other Asia-Pacific countries, although France, the UK and the US are also popular
  • Regionally, premiums have been rising at more than 6% per annum in real terms
  • Two countries account for around half of travel insurance premiums across these ten countries
  • Uptake of travel insurance is particularly high in Taiwan, due to mandatory packaging
  • Cover is available from the vast majority of travel agents and tour operators in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Overall, around a fifth of all distributors collaborate with two of more insurance providers
  • Leading underwriters in this sector include multinationals ACE, AIG and Allianz
  • China is expected to witness the fastest growth in premiums between 2012 and 2016

1.0 INTRODUCTION

  • What is this report about?
  • Rationale
    • This report updates and expands upon Finaccord's previous ground-breaking research
  • Methodology
    • Primary research
      • The survey includes more 1,220 travel trade, transportation and financial organisations...
      • ...and draws on a separate analysis of travel benefits linked to more than 4,500 banking products
    • Market data
    • External sources
  • Travel insurance and assistance: how it all fits together
    • The term 'travel insurance' can refer to protection from a heterogeneous range of risks...
    • ...and assistance companies play a fundamental role in the global travel insurance industry
  • Definitions
    • Terms and abbreviations
    • Types of packaged travel insurance and assistance
    • Operating models
    • Currencies, exchange rates and inflation
  • PartnerBASE and market data annexe
  • Finaccord

2.0 REGIONAL OVERVIEW

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel markets
    • Number of trips
      • Outbound travel from this region as a whole is growing at around 8% per annum
      • The number of foreign trips undertaken by Chinese residents has almost doubled in the past four years
      • Several other markets, including Australia and Indonesia, are also growing quickly
      • Hong Kong and Singapore display by far the highest numbers of overnight foreign trips per capita...
      • ...with much of this traffic being to neighbouring countries
      • Across this diverse region, there is little correlation between national wealth and frequency of travel...
      • ...and several countries buck the expected trend for their own particular reasons
    • Purpose of trips
      • Business trips account for around a fifth of all outbound trips in the region
      • In general, leisure travel is expanding more quickly than business travel
    • Destination of trips
      • Around 90% of outbound travellers from Hong Kong do not venture beyond China...
      • ...whereas Australian and Indian travellers arrive at a very wide range of destinations
      • Most trips are to other Asia-Pacific countries, although there are some key long-haul destinations too
  • Markets for travel insurance and assistance
    • Policy numbers and value of premiums
      • In real terms, regional premiums have been growing at more than 6% per annum in recent years
      • The largest three markets account for more than 60% of travel insurance premiums in this region
      • In terms of policy volumes, markets exhibiting rapid growth include China and Indonesia
      • Rapid nominal growth in premiums in India is greatly reduced when viewed in real terms
      • Awareness and use of annual policies is thought to be rising gradually across the region
    • Market metrics
      • Across this region, premiums per capita vary from less than USD 1 to more than USD 60
      • Taiwan has the highest estimated number of policies per trip...
    • ...and average policy prices in Australia and Japan are far higher than in many other countries
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Provision rates
      • Travel agents / tour operators: in three of the ten countries covered, availability is seemingly ubiquitous
      • Online travel specialists: this channel is least developed in Indonesia and Taiwan
      • Airlines: on average, around 30% of the region's airlines offer travel insurance to passengers
      • vFerry operators: barring a few exceptions, these do not actively distribute travel policies
      • Railway operators: three quarters of Japan's railway operators offer travel cover
      • Banking organisations: banks in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore are very active in this field
      • Specialised card providers: relatively few Japanese and South Korean issuers sell stand-alone cover
    • Operating models
      • The majority of stand-alone travel schemes involve a single external underwriter...
      • ...although the use of multiple providers is relatively common, especially in Japan and Taiwan
    • Competitive landscape
      • South Korea has the most concentrated stand-alone market in the Asia-Pacific region
      • At group level, AIG is the most common partner for stand-alone travel insurance schemes...
      • ...and other leading providers include ACE, Allianz and Munich Re
  • Distribution linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • The packaging of comprehensive travel policies with credit cards is most common in Japan...
    • ...whereas the inclusion of travel benefits with packaged bank accounts barely exists in this region
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel markets
      • The region's outbound travel sector is expected to grow well between 2012 and 2016...
      • ...with China and India both forecast to experience double-digit annual growth
    • Markets for travel insurance and assistance
      • At a regional level, policy volumes are forecast to rise at nearly 9% per annum...
      • ...although the real-terms increase in gross written premiums is expected to be slightly lower than this
      • At the local level, the strongest growth in premiums is expected to occur in China

3.0 AUSTRALIA

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Australia's outbound travel market continues to thrive, driven by a strong holiday segment
    • Australians habitually travel to a wide range of destinations across multiple continents
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, Australia's travel insurance market is growing at nearly 6.5% per year...
      • ...and an increasing proportion of travel policies take the form of annual or multi-trip cover
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • Travel cover is available from virtually all travel agents, plus many leading airlines and banks
    • Operating models
      • Two banks make use of captive underwriters for their stand-alone travel policies
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Cover-More accounts for more than 40% of schemes operated by the travel trade...
      • ...where it has group-level partnerships with several large travel agency brands
      • Other significant providers include QBE, SureSave and various brands owned by Allianz
      • Air New Zealand and Qantas both make use of the same insurance partner
      • Allianz is the leading underwriter of stand-alone travel policies distributed by banks...
      • ...although CGU and AAI both have a number of partnerships in this area
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • More than 45% of credit card products feature comprehensive travel cover...
    • ...but levels of provision vary greatly between standard and premium cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Most leading travel insurance providers have slick online sales engines...
      • ... including Southern Cross, which has grown rapidly since its launch in Australia in 2009
    • Online aggregators and brokers
      • A number of specialist online aggregators exist in this area
    • Other online brands
      • Allianz is the underwriter behind a large number of online travel insurance brands
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
      • WorldNomads is the accredited provider of travel insurance to both Lonely Planet and Rough Guides
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign holiday trips is expected to grow at more than 6% per annum up to 2016...
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • ... helping the value of the travel insurance market to advance at a similar rate

4.0 CHINA

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • The number of foreign trips undertaken for leisure purposes grew at 17.5% per annum up to 2012
    • Three destinations account for over a half of China's outbound traffic
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, China's travel insurance market is growing at more than 20% per year...
    • ...although it remains dominated by single-trip policies
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • More than 90% of travel agents and tour operators sell travel insurance...
      • ...whereas availability from airlines and banks is significantly lower
    • Operating models
      • The vast majority of distributors choose to partner with a single, external underwriter...
      • ...although captive and joint venture underwriters, plus one broker, are also active here
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Leading providers in the travel trade distribution channel include CPIC, PICC and Ping An...
      • ...albeit Finaccord's research identifies a total of 18 providers as being active in this area...
      • ...including joint venture CITIC-Prudential Life Insurance and one broker
      • AIG and Ping An each hold significant travel insurance partnerships with airlines...
      • ...with the latter also a key provider to financial organisations...
      • ...as are CIGNA & CMC Life and Taiping General
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • Around half of China's credit card products feature one or more forms of travel cover...
    • ...with penetration generally stronger among premium cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
      • Automotive Alliance China collaborates with a number of travel insurance underwriters
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Most of the leading insurers sell travel policies directly to consumers
    • Online aggregators and brokers
      • Several well-known insurance aggregators compare travel policies
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
      • Just one retail brand has begun selling travel cover to its customers
    • Other types of distributor
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign holiday trips is expected to exceed 135 million by 2016...
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • ...causing the volume of stand-alone travel policies sold to continue climbing rapidly

5.0 HONG KONG

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Residents undertake a huge number of trips and have a strong preference for FIT bookings
    • The vast majority of trips are to mainland China and, in particular, the local province of Guangdong
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • Hong Kong residents benefit from relatively low premiums for travel cover...
    • ...and an increasing proportion of travel policies take the form of annual or multi-trip cover
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • Stand-alone travel policies are available from virtually all of Hong Kong's retail banks
    • Operating models
      • The majority of distributors in Hong Kong choose to partner with a single, external underwriter
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Three insurers, led by Blue Cross, account for around 75% of schemes operated by the travel trade...
      • ...and several providers benefit from national agreements with large travel agency networks
      • Chartis distributes its policies through several airlines
      • AXA benefits greatly from its recent acquisition of HSBC's general insurance portfolio...
      • ...and the use of captive underwriters is widespread among Hong Kong's retail banks
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • Only a small proportion of credit cards feature one or more types of travel cover...
    • ...although provision rates vary greatly between standard and premium cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Many of Hong Kong's top underwriters sell travel policies direct to the consumer...
      • ...and insurance agents play a key and, at times, militant role in this market
    • Online aggregators and brokers
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • In this mature market, the number of trips is expected to grow at just 1.5% per annum
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • In nominal terms, premiums are likely to exhibit annual growth of more than 6% in the coming years

6.0 INDIA

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Foreign trips per capita remain low although they have increased rapidly in recent years
    • Migrant worker flows, especially to parts of the Middle East, play a key role in India
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, India's travel insurance market is growing at a healthy rate...
    • ...albeit the market remains heavily dominated by single-trip cover
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • Availability of travel policies is highest among travel agents and online travel specialists
      • ...and more than half of India's banks also offer stand-alone cover
    • Operating models
      • The vast majority of distributors partner with one or more external underwriters
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Leading providers of insurance via the travel trade include Bajaj Allianz and Tata AIG...
      • ...and many of National Insurance Company's activities in this area are due to TrawellTag
      • Seven other travel insurance underwriters lay claim to at least one significant travel trade partnership
      • Airline involvement in the distribution of travel insurance remains apparently limited
      • The leading provider of travel insurance to the travel sector works with nine banks...
      • ...placing it comfortably ahead of its nearest rival which claims four bank relationships
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • Around a third of credit card products include one or more types of travel cover...
    • ...whereas travel policies are not a feature of packaged bank accounts in India
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Many of the country's leading underwriters sell travel policies directly...
      • ...although the state-owned insurers generally lack online sales capability
    • Online aggregators and brokers
      • Several online insurance aggregators are also active in this field
    • Other online brands
      • Two international travel insurance brands are able to offer cover to Indian travellers
    • Retailers
      • Two retail brands act as distributors of travel insurance
    • Other types of distributor
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign holiday trips is expected to grow at nearly 12% per annum up to 2016...
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • ...which will help to propel strong nominal growth in travel insurance premiums

7.0 INDONESIA

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Tax cuts, extra airline capacity and a growing middle class all contribute to rising trip numbers
    • More than 60% of outbound travellers from Indonesia head either to Singapore or Malaysia
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • Relatively few travellers posses insurance, but awareness and uptake are growing quickly
    • Annual policies represent only a very small part of this young travel insurance market
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • The availability of stand-alone travel cover is still relatively under-developed in Indonesia
    • Operating models
      • Around three quarters of Indonesian distributors opt to partner with a single, external underwriter
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Partnerships forged at group level are sometimes ignored by local travel agency branches
      • By share of partnerships in the travel trade, AIG emerges as the market leader
      • Other providers with numerous distribution deals in this area include ACA, AXA and Zurich
      • One insurance group has a strong hold on partnerships involving airlines...
      • ...and a number of foreign insurance companies are active in this transportation sector
      • Bank Rakyat Indonesia partners with another state-owned entity for travel insurance
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • Around 35% of credit card products feature one or more types of travel cover...
    • ...although the availability of travel benefits varies greatly between standard and premium cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Direct selling of travel insurance is widespread in Indonesia...
      • ...although policy purchases cannot always be fulfilled via the internet
    • Online aggregators and brokers
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
      • Some of Indonesia's leading mobile phone operators have set up travel insurance schemes
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of business trips is expected to grow at nearly 10% per annum
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • Premiums from stand-alone travel policies are forecast to almost double in value between 2012 and 2016

8.0 JAPAN

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Japan's outbound travel sector may now be retreating from the peak levels seen in 2012
    • The US is the most common destination, thanks in part to the popularity of trips to Hawaii
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • Japan's stand-alone travel insurance market is rising at around 1.9% per year in real terms...
    • ...and the significance of annual or multi-trip cover continues to grow
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • The vast majority of travel agents sell stand-alone policies, as do Japan's two main airlines
    • Operating models
      • Most distributors partner with a single, external underwriter...
      • ...but there are examples of travel agents using captive or joint venture insurers
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Three insurers, led by AIU, account for nearly three quarters of schemes operated by the travel trade...
      • ...although many large travel agents work with several of the leading underwriters
      • JI Accident & Fire Insurance acts as both an external and a joint venture partner
      • Whilst ANA collaborates with three insurers, JAL has an exclusive partnership with Tokio Marine
      • Multiple banks and card issuers partner with Mitsui Sumitomo and Sompo Japan
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • The majority of Japanese credit cards feature travel insurance of one kind or another...
    • ...and premium cards almost always include a comprehensive travel policy
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • The majority of Japan's main non-life insurers also sell travel cover direct to the consumer
    • Online aggregators and brokers
      • Japan hosts several multi-line insurance aggregators plus at least one specialising in travel cover
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
      • Two major retailing groups are significant distributors of travel insurance
    • Other types of distributor
      • Other distributors of travel insurance include airport kiosks, mobile operators and suitcase rental outlets
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign trips is expected to increase only marginally between 2012 and 2016
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • The number of stand-alone policies sold is expected to exceed 10 million in the near future

9.0 NEW ZEALAND

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Apart from during 2009, New Zealand's outbound travel sector has continued to grow in recent years
    • Australia is by far the most common destination, accounting for around 45% of all foreign trips
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, New Zealand's travel insurance market is growing at around 3.5% per year...
    • ...and an increasing proportion of travel policies take the form of annual or multi-trip cover
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • The most significant airlines and retail banks all sell stand-alone travel policies
    • Operating models
      • The vast majority of distributors in New Zealand choose to partner with a single, external underwriter
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Three insurers, led by QBE, account for more than 80% of schemes operated by the travel trade...
      • ...and many top providers benefit from national agreements with large travel agency networks
      • Allianz Global Assistance, Chartis and QBE each collaborate with multiple airlines
      • Vero partners with subsidiaries of both ANZ National Bank and SBS...
      • ...and IAG New Zealand accounts for around a fifth of partnerships in this field
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • More than 40% of credit card products feature comprehensive travel cover...
    • ...but provision of the different types of policy varies greatly between standard and premium cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Many of the country's leading underwriters sell travel policies direct to the consumer...
      • ...and Southern Cross continues to expand its market share in this key area
    • Online aggregators and brokers
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign holiday trips is expected to grow at around 4% per annum
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • In nominal terms, premiums are likely to exhibit annual growth of more than 6% in the coming years

10.0 SINGAPORE

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Singapore's outbound travel sector has continued to develop in recent years
    • Malaysia is by far the most common destination, accounting for around 45% of all overnight trips
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, Singapore's travel insurance market is growing at around 7.5% per year...
    • ...and an increasing proportion of travel policies take the form of annual or multi-trip cover
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • Availability of stand-alone travel cover from mainstream travel agents and banks is very high
    • Operating models
      • The vast majority of distributors in Singapore choose to partner with a single, external underwriter
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Three insurers, led by Chartis, account for more than 75% of schemes operated by the travel trade...
      • ...and ACE is the exclusive underwriter for two key travel agents
      • So far, relatively few travel insurers have forged distribution links within the transportation sector
      • ACE, Chartis and MSIG all have distribution partnerships with multiple financial organisations...
      • ...and several banks make use of captive insurance companies
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • More than half of credit card products feature some form of travel benefit...
    • ...but provision of the different types of policy varies greatly between standard and premium cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • All of Singapore's large non-life underwriters sell travel policies direct to the consumer
    • Online aggregators and brokers
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign holiday trips is expected to grow at around 8% per annum
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • In nominal terms, premiums are likely to exhibit annual growth of more than 10% in the coming years

11.0 SOUTH KOREA

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Outbound travel continues to grow, backed by a strong currency and increased airline capacity
    • China and Japan are the most popular destinations, jointly accounting for over 40% of all trips
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, the stand-alone market has been growing at more than 7% per year...
    • ...and annual or multi-trip cover accounts for a growing proportion of policies
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • Availability from travel agents is seemingly ubiquitous, whilst airline provision is undeveloped
      • A number of the largest retail banks offer stand-alone travel insurance policies
    • Operating models
      • A majority of distributors partner with one or more external underwriters...
      • ...although two banking organisations use their own captive insurers for this purpose
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Two providers jointly account for more than three quarters of travel trade partnerships...
      • ... in a sector in which seven underwriters hold at least one distribution relationship
      • One international insurer leads the field for bank partnerships in South Korea...
      • ...whilst active local underwriters in this area include several captive entities
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • Less than 5% of South Korean credit cards feature comprehensive travel insurance...
    • ...although travel benefits of most kinds are far more commonly added to premium credit cards
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Many of the country's largest underwriters sell policies directly to consumers
    • Online aggregators and brokers
      • At least six aggregators compare quotes from different travel insurance firms
    • Other online brands
      • AIG's distribution capability includes a local Travel Guard website
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
      • The education sector is likely to be a fairly important conduit for selling travel cover
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of trips undertaken for both business and leisure purposes is expected to advance further...
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • ... which will drive a nominal compound annual growth rate of 3.4% in the market value up to 2016

12.0 TAIWAN

  • Introduction
  • Underlying foreign travel market
    • Apart from during 2009, Taiwan's outbound travel sector has grown well in recent years...
    • ...and group tours currently account for just a third of all foreign trips
    • China and Hong Kong are the leading destinations, and account for around 52% of all foreign trips
  • Market for travel insurance and assistance
    • In real terms, Taiwan's travel insurance market is growing at around 5.4% per year...
    • ...and this market is characterised by a virtual absence of annual policies
  • Distribution through travel trade, transportation and financial organisations
    • Summary of organisations researched
    • Provision rates
      • Travel agents selling packages are required to include basic travel accident and medical cover
    • Operating models
      • The use of multiple underwriters is relatively common, as are bank-owned captive insurers
    • Competitor share of partnerships
      • Fubon and Cathay Century lead the field in terms of partnering with travel agents
      • Several local and multinational providers benefit from multiple distribution agreements
      • ACE Insurance is the most common external underwriter used by banking organisations...
      • ...although a number of Taiwan's banks make use of captive insurance partners
  • Travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts
    • The majority of Taiwanese credit card products feature one or more forms of travel cover
  • Other distribution channels
    • Automotive clubs
    • Direct distribution by insurance underwriters
      • Direct sales, and those conducted through insurance agents, are highly significant in Taiwan
    • Online aggregators and brokers
    • Other online brands
    • Retailers
    • Other types of distributor
  • Forecasts
    • Underlying foreign travel market
      • The number of foreign trips for business purposes is expected to reach 3.2 million in 2016
    • Market for travel insurance and assistance
      • In nominal terms, premiums are likely to exhibit annual growth of 8% in the coming years

LIST OF GRAPHICS / TABLES

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Key market data for travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, 2008 to 2012

1.0 INTRODUCTION

  • Number of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations covered by the research, segmented by country and by type of organisation, 2013
  • Travel insurance and assistance: how it all fits together

2.0 REGIONAL OVERVIEW

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Number of foreign trips per capita in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips per capita in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • GDP per capita versus number of foreign trips per capita in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012
  • Purpose of foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012
  • Purpose of foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012 (table)
  • Compound annual growth in foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country and by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Concentration of leading destinations for outbound travellers from the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2011 and 2012
  • Concentration of leading destinations for outbound travellers from the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2011 and 2012 (table)
  • Estimated single-trip and annual policy numbers and gross written premiums for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, 2008 to 2012
  • Relative size of estimated gross written premiums for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012
  • Compound annual growth in the estimated number of stand-alone travel insurance and assistance policies in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • Compound annual growth in estimated gross written premiums for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated policy numbers and gross written premiums for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • Proportion of stand-alone travel insurance and assistance policies in the Asia-Pacific region that are annual policies, segmented by country, 2008 and 2012
  • Proportion of stand-alone travel insurance and assistance policies in the Asia-Pacific region that are annual policies, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Estimated gross written premiums per capita for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 and 2012
  • Estimated policy numbers and gross written premiums per capita for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • GDP per capita versus gross written premiums per capita for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012
  • GDP per capita versus gross written premiums per capita for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012 (table)
  • Estimated average value of policies for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 and 2012
  • Estimated policy numbers per trip and average value of policies for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2008 to 2012
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: travel agents and tour operators
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: online travel specialists
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: airlines
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: ferry operators
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: railway operators
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: banking organisations
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013: specialised card providers
  • Operating models used by travel trade, transportation and financial organisations for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013
  • Operating models used by travel trade, transportation and financial organisations for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013 (table)
  • Market concentration of partners used by travel trade, transportation and financial organisations for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013
  • Market concentration of partners used by travel trade, transportation and financial organisations for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, segmented by country, 2013 (table)
  • Leading providers used by travel trade, transportation and financial organisations in the Asia-Pacific region for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance, 2013
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to credit cards in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country and by type of cover, 2013
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to credit cards and packaged accounts in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country and by type of cover, 2013 (table)
  • Forecast growth in the number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2016
  • Forecast compound annual growth in foreign trips undertaken by residents of the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012 to 2016
  • Forecast growth in policy numbers and gross written premiums for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2016
  • Forecast compound annual growth in the number of stand-alone travel insurance and assistance policies in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012 to 2016
  • Forecast compound annual growth in gross written premiums for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in the Asia-Pacific region, segmented by country, 2012 to 2016

3.0 AUSTRALIA

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Australia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Australia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Australia, 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in Australia, segmented by type, 2013
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Australia, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Australia, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Australia, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2013: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2013: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2013: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in Australia, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2013
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Australia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Australia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Australia, 2016 (table)

4.0 CHINA

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of China, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of China, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of China, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in China, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in China, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in China, segmented by type, 2013
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in China, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in China, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in China, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in China, 2013: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in China, 2013: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in China, 2013: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in China, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2013
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of China, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of China, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in China, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in China, 2016 (table)

5.0 HONG KONG

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Hong Kong, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Hong Kong, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Hong Kong, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in Hong Kong, segmented by type, 2012
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2012: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2012: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2012: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in Hong Kong, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2012
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Hong Kong, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Hong Kong, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Hong Kong, 2016 (table)

6.0 INDIA

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of India, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of India, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of India, 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in India, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in India, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in India, segmented by type, 2013
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in India, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in India, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in India, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in India, 2013: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in India, 2013: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in India, 2013: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in India, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2013
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of India, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of India, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in India, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in India, 2016 (table)

7.0 INDONESIA

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Indonesia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Indonesia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Indonesia, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in Indonesia, segmented by type, 2013
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2013: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2013: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2013: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in Indonesia, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2013
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Indonesia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Indonesia, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Indonesia, 2016 (table)

8.0 JAPAN

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Japan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Japan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Japan, 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in Japan, segmented by type, 2013
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Japan, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Japan, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Japan, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2013: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2013: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2013: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in Japan, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2013
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Japan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Japan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Japan, 2016 (table)

9.0 NEW ZEALAND

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of New Zealand, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of New Zealand, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of New Zealand, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in New Zealand, segmented by type, 2012
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2012: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2012: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2012: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in New Zealand, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2012
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of New Zealand, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of New Zealand, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in New Zealand, 2016 (table)

10.0 SINGAPORE

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Singapore, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Singapore, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Singapore, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in Singapore, segmented by type, 2012
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2012: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2012: transportation organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2012: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in Singapore, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2012
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Singapore, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Singapore, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Singapore, 2016 (table)

11.0 SOUTH KOREA

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of South Korea, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of South Korea, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of South Korea, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in South Korea, segmented by type, 2013
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2013 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, 2013: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, 2013: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in South Korea, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2013
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of South Korea, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of South Korea, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in South Korea, 2016 (table)

12.0 TAIWAN

  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Taiwan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012
  • Number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Taiwan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Destinations of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Taiwan, 2011
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, 2008 to 2012
  • Estimated gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, 2008 to 2012 (table)
  • Summary of travel trade, transportation and financial organisations researched in Taiwan, segmented by type, 2012
  • Provision rates for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012
  • Operating models used for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, segmented by type of travel trade, transportation and financial organisation, 2012 (table)
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, 2012: travel trade organisations
  • Competitor share of partnerships for stand-alone travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, 2012: financial organisations
  • Provision rates for travel insurance and assistance linked to payment cards and bank accounts in Taiwan, segmented by product function and level, and by type of cover, 2012
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Taiwan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016
  • Forecast number of foreign trips undertaken by residents of Taiwan, segmented by purpose of trip, 2016 (table)
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, 2016
  • Forecast gross written premiums and policy numbers for travel insurance and assistance in Taiwan, 2016 (table)
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