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UK Personal Lines Insurance: Distribution and Marketing 2018

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UK Personal Lines Insurance: Distribution and Marketing 2018

Summary

This report explores customer purchasing behavior and how consumer preferences are changing over time. It uncovers the differences, expected market share, key insurance brands, and footprint by product that each key distribution channel accounts for. The report also provides a forecast on how the personal lines distribution split will evolve over the next few years and looks into the key trends and new propositions that may drive this.

Purchasing preferences across all lines of personal insurance indicate that customers continue to purchase via the direct channel more than any other. The channel holds a 44.1% share of the personal lines market following a 2.7 percentage point increase in 2017, and is particularly strong in private motor, the largest line by written premiums, where it holds a 60.1% share. The broker channel also saw an increase in its share, as the affinity, bank, and other categories saw declines. Looking at comparison sites, Compare the Market led the big four in all personal lines, holding a share of over 40% in all four lines despite a sizable advertising push from Confused.com in recent years.

Scope

- The direct channel saw significant growth in its market share in 2017 and now holds its highest share on record.

- Aviva is the prevalent brand in the personal lines market according to our 2018 survey results. It finished in the top three for car, home, and travel insurance.

- Compare the Market remained dominant among comparison sites in 2018, enjoying a healthy lead in all four lines in terms of use by survey respondents.

- General insurance marketing spend continues to decline year-on-year.

Reasons to buy

- Understand consumer purchasing decisions and how these will influence the market over the next few years.

- Improve on customer engagement by recognizing what is most important to them and how the purchasing journey can be developed to meet their needs.

- Discover which are the most selected providers across each key distribution channel and which of these channels claim the best levels of customer loyalty.

- Have a view on which insurance brands and products are accounting for the lion's share of marketing spend.

- Read about key emerging players, with profiles on startups and apps in the major channels.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

Direct Channel

Broker Channel

Bank Channel

Affinity Channel

MGA Channel

Price Comparison Site Channel

Marketing

Future Market

Appendix

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Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

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Products and Companies

Products

Consumer, channel, method, motor, home, household, pet, travel, direct, broker, bank, affinity, retailer, price comparison site, aggregator, online, phone, switching


Companies

Aviva

Admiral

Direct Line

Churchill

Petplan

Animal Friends

AXA

Swinton

Barclays

Lloyds Bank

Halifax

Tesco

Co-op Insurance

M&S Bank

Santander

HSBC

NatWest

Boots

Pets at Home

Asda

Sainsbury's

Thomas Cook

Compare the Market

Moneysupermarket.com

Confused.com

GoCompare

LV

Bupa

Brolly

Wrisk

Neos

Petrics

Hastings Direct

Swinton

Adrian Flux

A-Plan

Arthur J. Gallagher

UK General

CompareChecker

N26

Yolt

Starling Bank

Revolut

Tapoly

Dinghy

Homelyfe

UK Personal Lines Insurance: Distribution and Marketing 2018

Summary

This report explores customer purchasing behavior and how consumer preferences are changing over time. It uncovers the differences, expected market share, key insurance brands, and footprint by product that each key distribution channel accounts for. The report also provides a forecast on how the personal lines distribution split will evolve over the next few years and looks into the key trends and new propositions that may drive this.

Purchasing preferences across all lines of personal insurance indicate that customers continue to purchase via the direct channel more than any other. The channel holds a 44.1% share of the personal lines market following a 2.7 percentage point increase in 2017, and is particularly strong in private motor, the largest line by written premiums, where it holds a 60.1% share. The broker channel also saw an increase in its share, as the affinity, bank, and other categories saw declines. Looking at comparison sites, Compare the Market led the big four in all personal lines, holding a share of over 40% in all four lines despite a sizable advertising push from Confused.com in recent years.

Scope

- The direct channel saw significant growth in its market share in 2017 and now holds its highest share on record.

- Aviva is the prevalent brand in the personal lines market according to our 2018 survey results. It finished in the top three for car, home, and travel insurance.

- Compare the Market remained dominant among comparison sites in 2018, enjoying a healthy lead in all four lines in terms of use by survey respondents.

- General insurance marketing spend continues to decline year-on-year.

Reasons to buy

- Understand consumer purchasing decisions and how these will influence the market over the next few years.

- Improve on customer engagement by recognizing what is most important to them and how the purchasing journey can be developed to meet their needs.

- Discover which are the most selected providers across each key distribution channel and which of these channels claim the best levels of customer loyalty.

- Have a view on which insurance brands and products are accounting for the lion's share of marketing spend.

- Read about key emerging players, with profiles on startups and apps in the major channels.

READ MORE

Scope

Table of Contents

Direct Channel

Broker Channel

Bank Channel

Affinity Channel

MGA Channel

Price Comparison Site Channel

Marketing

Future Market

Appendix

Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

Site License:
Report can be shared by unlimited users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office

Corporate User License: 
Report can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

To know more information on Purchase by Section, please send a mail to support@kenresearch.com

INQUIRE FOR COVID-19 IMPACT ANALYSIS

Products

Consumer, channel, method, motor, home, household, pet, travel, direct, broker, bank, affinity, retailer, price comparison site, aggregator, online, phone, switching


Companies

Aviva

Admiral

Direct Line

Churchill

Petplan

Animal Friends

AXA

Swinton

Barclays

Lloyds Bank

Halifax

Tesco

Co-op Insurance

M&S Bank

Santander

HSBC

NatWest

Boots

Pets at Home

Asda

Sainsbury's

Thomas Cook

Compare the Market

Moneysupermarket.com

Confused.com

GoCompare

LV

Bupa

Brolly

Wrisk

Neos

Petrics

Hastings Direct

Swinton

Adrian Flux

A-Plan

Arthur J. Gallagher

UK General

CompareChecker

N26

Yolt

Starling Bank

Revolut

Tapoly

Dinghy

Homelyfe