European insurers hold 11 700 billion USD in assets

According to the federation of European insurers, the insurance companies headquartered in the old continent have increased the amount of assets under their management by 3.2% at 11700 billion USD in 2013.

Used with permission from Microsoft Office (modified picture) They are by far the largest institutional investors ahead of pension funds that own only 5 782 billion USD. German, British and French insurers, alone, account for 60% of the 11 700 billion assets.

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