Longevity Financial institutions Investment Digest 2021
Aging Analytics Agency Announces New Release Offering Key Insights on Financial Institution Longevity: Investment Landscape and Top Companies
– Aging Analysis Agency
LONDON, UK, Aug 9, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Aging Analytics Agency, a subsidiary of Deep Knowledge Group, publishes a 55-page open-access Longevity Financial Institutions Investment Digest 2021 that contains information on the Top-300 Financial institutions representing 5 main types of financial institutions: Asset management companies, Banks, Pension funds, Insurance and reinsurance companies. 200 of the top 300 financial institutions are publicly traded companies that provide a full range of information regarding their historical and current performance and
Link to Investment Digest: www.aginganalytics.com/longevity-finance-digest
Link to the interactive dashboard: www.aginganalytics.com/finance-dashboard
The longevity financial industry is one of the sub-sectors of the longevity industry. It encompasses all the activities and efforts of major financial institutions to neutralize the economic problems of an aging population, manifest the opportunities for healthy longevity and enter new markets of AgeTech and WealthTech involving the billion people in retirement around the world. This sector will become dominated by negotiable financial instruments and new financial derivatives linked to longevity industry companies, products, services and technologies in the years to come.
The analytical case study offers in-depth insight into several aspects of the longevity financial institution industry that are crucial for effective investment decision making, including:
– A complete analysis of the structure, number and volume of investments of the top 300 financial institutions;
– An analysis of structural and geographic allocations;
– A review and analysis of the performance of categories of financial institutions;
– A comparison of the best performing and most impactful listed financial institutions focusing on the scope of operational activities;
– An overview of longevity companies financed and co-financed by the top 300 financial institutions.
The main takeaways from Investment Digest are:
– In the banking sector, the use of internet banking services increased by 30% during the COVID-19 crisis. This growth should continue. Depending on the future pandemic situation, there are three possible global recovery scenarios: rapid recovery, slow recovery and long recovery to return to 2019 levels;
– Regarding the asset management industry, we see a strong demand for lower fees as well as greater transparency. The other growing trend is the development of machine learning algorithms to meet the needs of industries;
– Reinsurance pricing has tightened since the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, reinsurers’ revenues declined due to the effects of COVID-19 and natural disasters at a total cost of $ 210 billion;
– Despite the significant shortfall, JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America are still the biggest players among longevity industry banks. At the same time, Zurich Insurance Group and MetLife have shown some of the most stable trajectories compared to other leading players in the insurance industry;
– As more developed Longevity startups grow into mature companies, large institutional investors are drawn to the industry. In addition to this, longevity companies tend to intensify their cooperation with banks, governments and other companies in the sector, which increases competition in the sector;
– The main beneficiaries of the funding of series A, B, C and D were, respectively, Sana Biotechnology ($ 700 million); ElevateBio ($ 170 million); Freenome ($ 270 million) and Everest Medicines ($ 310 million); and Recursion Pharmaceuticals ($ 239 million).
Some of the key points of the analysis are as follows:
– Following the economic recovery, the global financial services market is expected to grow by 6% per year over the next five years. Large tech companies and FinTech companies will drive market capitalization growth in the financial services industry.
– The banking sector, like many others, has faced serious challenges in carrying out its day-to-day responsibilities in pursuit of financial goals. The largest revenue declines are expected in North America and Western Europe, with declines of 0.4-2.5% and 0.9-3.0%, respectively.
– The United States is the largest retirement market. Its 32.5 T of assets represent 62% of the assets of the global pension plan market. Along with the UK and Japan, the US accounts for over 76% of all pension assets.
– Over the past decade, China has been the fastest growing pension market, growing 680% since 2010.
– Global growth in non-life premiums is expected to recover to 3.6% in 2021 and 2022, supported by a sharp tightening of rates in commercial lines in all countries.
– The United States is an international leader in the allocation of financial institutions engaged in the longevity industry and the total market capitalization of these institutions. There are 107 Financial Institutions with a global capitalization of nearly $ 4 T.
– The asset management industry shows a growing interest in alternative investments. With the introduction of regulations in addition to FATCA, MIFID and Basel, the alternative asset space is significantly impacted: Lipper, Hedge Fund Research and Preqin forecast annual sector expansion of 6.3% and 9.8%, respectively , for the two periods: 2017 and 2025.
The longevity industry will eclipse all other sectors in terms of size and market capitalization. At the same time, it will take unprecedented sophistication in its assessment and forecasting approach from the outset to neutralize challenges and reveal opportunities. The longevity industry is made up of several sectors: aging science, precision preventive medicine, AgeTech, and new financial systems. The reason the financial industry is so central to the longevity industry in general compared to other sectors is that global finance itself has reached a crossroads where it must decide how to approach the issue of aging. the world’s population – as a threat or as a new multibillion dollar opportunity.
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