Top 49 insurance companies in Europe by assets

The insurance industry plays an important role for European economy but it remains stuck in low-growth mode. In major markets, growth rates have been negligible or negative and underlying economic fundamentals appear shaky. Geopolitical uncertainty further complicates strategic planning. In this work, we are going to present the rank of the 49 largest insurance companies in Europe by total assets, which still remains today, one of the most widely used indicators for comparing insurance with each other. Let’s now see the 49 largest insurance companies in Europe by assets. In the ranking of the 49 largest insurance companies in Europe… Continue reading

The rank of European countries by quality of living

While most European countries have a GDP per capita higher than the world’s average and are very highly developed, some European countries are still now very poor and have a lower GDP per capita. The difference in wealth across Europe can be seen roughly in former Cold War divide, with some countries breaching the divide, such as Greece, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and the Czech Republic. Before moving to European continent for work or for retirement, it is important to take in consideration the most important objective and subjective factors during the decision-making. The quality of living is one of the… Continue reading

Real estate market analysis: European continent

It is a continuing interest by international professional investors about European real estate market. In the last years, some of the investors are moving into alternative or niche areas, like student housing, retirement living, etc. This is a big market that is starting shy but will continue to grow. There are also many people from other continents, who are thinking to buy properties in European continent for investments purpose or other purpose. Buying an apartment in Europe is not a simple process and it is important to take in consideration the most important objective and subjective factors during the decision-making…. Continue reading

The rank of European countries by cost of living

Europe continent has one of the larger economy of the world, and if measured by assets under management, perhaps it is the largest. Its economy comprises about 750 million people in 50 different countries. Most countries have a GDP per capita higher than the world’s average and are very highly developed, but some of them, despite their position over the world’s average in the HDI, are poorer. In the north and west of the continent, there is a long history of trade, a free market system, a high level of development, more stability and a high level of wealth. In… Continue reading