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Latin American Automotive Insurance Market 2023: Key Players and Competitive Landscape - Rankings 2023.12

2023 top motor insurers by country in Latin America
As of December 2023, the Latin American automotive insurance market has a total net premiums amounting to USD 34,4 billion. Analyzing the market shares of individual countries, Brazil stands as the leader with a substantial 33% of the total premiums issued. Mexico follows closely, holding 26% of the market. Argentina, with its robust automotive industry, contributes 16.7%. Colombia, another major player in the region, accounts for 8.3%, while Chile and Peru add 4.7% and 1.7% respectively.

In terms of the relative weight of these markets, Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina collectively represent 76.5% of the total regional volume. Brazil alone, with its diverse and expansive market, represents over a third of the region’s premiums. Mexico's significant share underscores its strong automotive sector and insurance market growth. Argentina’s contribution, while slightly lower, reflects its importance in the regional context. Colombia’s market, while smaller in comparison, is notable for its steady growth, and Chile’s stable economic conditions support its substantial share. Peru, though representing a smaller segment, plays a crucial role in the Andean market.
Motor insurance direct written premiums by country - Q4. 2023
The competitive landscape of the automotive insurance market in Latin America is diverse, with a total of 376 insurers operating across the region. Argentina leads in terms of the number of competing insurers, with 69 companies vying for market share. This high level of competition in Argentina reflects its developed and complex insurance market structure. Brazil, despite its vast market, has 41 active insurers, indicating a more consolidated market. Mexico, another large market, hosts 34 insurers, showcasing a balance between competition and market consolidation.
In Colombia, 17 insurers operate, navigating a competitive yet burgeoning market. Chile, with its 18 insurers, demonstrates a well-balanced competitive environment. Peru, with 9 insurers, reflects a more concentrated market compared to its larger regional counterparts. The significant number of insurers in each of these countries underscores the varied market dynamics and the competitive pressures each insurer faces in securing market share.
Base de datos de Excel