Li Xing – Head Insurance Market Analysis Swiss Re Institute

Li Xing – Head Insurance Market Analysis Swiss Re Institute

Dr. Li Xing joined Swiss Re in 2008. She is the head of insurance market analysis based in Zurich. Prior to taking this role, she was deputy director of the SRI China Centre based in Beijing, handling macro and re/insurance market analysis across China and the world.

Since her on-board, Dr. Xing has been working in the core research department of Swiss Re for almost 10 years. She has co-authored of and contributed to various editions of sigma, Swiss Re’s flagship publication, and expertise publications. Dr. Xing is also spokeswoman of Swiss Re Institute in China, and present at many large-scale and high-profile industrial conferences on behalf of Swiss Re.

Before joining Swiss Re, Dr. Xing worked in the Chinese Agricultural Academy of Sciences (CAAS) for more than two years, when she focused on public policies and rural development. She hosted and participated some national, ministerial and international projects and published many academia thesis.

Dr. Li Xing got her PhD in management from Nanjing Agricultural University in 2004 and did her post-doc research on public policy and rural development sponsored jointly by the International Food Policy Research Institute (United States) (IFPRI) and the CAAS through 2004 to 2006.

In 2016, she was rewarded as professionals of the Thousand Talents Plan, initiative by the Insurance Association of China.

Latest reviews by Li Xing
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2023 Insurance Resilience Index & Global Protection Gap
Insurance resilience indices measure how insurance contributes to maintaining financial stability. Global protection gap measured at $1.8 trln
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Asian Emerging Insurance Market in 2024 Drives to Growth
Emerging Asia is expected to be the main contributor to global economic growth in the coming years, according to Swiss Re Institute's latest sigma
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Global Economic and Insurance Market Outlook 2024-2025
Analytics forecast 2.2% global real GDP growth in 2024, rebounding to 2.7% in 2025, driven by lower inflation and interest rates
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Insurance and Macroeconomic Outlook in Financial System Stresses
The global insurance industry faces multiple pressures this year but we expect rate hardening to regain momentum in response
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Global Insurance Premium Volumes to Reach New High
For insurers, the main inflation impact will show in rising claims costs, more in non-life than life insurance in which policy benefits are defined at inception
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Global Insurance Premium to surpass $7 trillion. World Insurance Outlook
Swiss Re estimate strong 6.1% nominal growth in total premiums (non-life and life) in 2022. That translates into near flat growth (+0.4%)
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Global Insurance resilience recovered. Swiss Re Index
Global insurance resilience recovered, primarily due to strong improvement in health resilience, which natural catastrophe