Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the five years to 2016, revenue growth for the Property, Casualty and Direct Insurance industry was stifled due to a soft pricing cycle, historically low-interest rates and volatile equity markets. In the coming years, technological changes, including systems upgrades and the increased use of cloud computing, will enable industry operators to decrease operational expenses and more effectively manage risk. In addition, rising premiums and higher interest rates expected will significantly improve the industry's revenue prospects... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The distribution of industry establishments is largely determined by population trends. Larger and more populated states tend to have more industry establishments than their smaller counterparts. Population density is also an important indicator of the number of establishments in each state. States with low density tend to have more establishments per individual than densely populated regions. In contrast, densely populated regions have fewer establishments but larger offices.
In addition to population, the distribution of industry establishments is also influenced by regulatory requirements and premium prices. States with higher premiums and less regulation tend to have more establishments. However, higher premiums are often associated with greater risk... purchase to read more