Abu Dhabi: The UAE insurance sector continues to exhibit robust growth, as evidenced by a 9.6 per cent increase in total assets during the first nine months of 2023, reaching Dh131.6 billion by the end of the third quarter. This translates to an impressive Dh11.5 billion increase in assets compared to the year-end 2022 figure of Dh120.1 billion.
The data from the Central Bank of the UAE shows that quarter-on-quarter performance remains equally positive, with assets rising 3.05 per cent (Dh3.9 billion) to Dh127.7 billion between Q2 and Q3 of 2023. This sustained growth signifies a thriving and dynamic insurance market in the UAE.
The UAE's leadership position within the Arab insurance landscape is further solidified by its consistent ranking among the top global performers.
In 2021, the UAE remained the leading Arab insurance market in terms of total subscribed premiums. Additionally, the country climbed one position in the global ranking, reaching 37th place, according to data from Swiss Re Insurance Institute's Sigma releases.
These statistics underscore the resilience and dynamism of the UAE insurance sector, poised for continued expansion and solidifying its position as a regional powerhouse and a key player on the global stage.