Shaken up by the pandemic, life insurance is clearly recovering.
In March, the French paid more money into their contract than they took out (+1 billion euros), according to figures released on Monday by the French Insurance Federation (FFA).
Since January, this figure has risen to nearly 4.4 billion euros.
"After a marked outflow last year, the balance has gradually been reestablished, today the rebound is clear and significant",
argues Franck Le Vallois, General Manager of the FFA.
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The arrival of vaccines and the prospect of a return to normal life are undoubtedly not foreign to these good figures.
"There is a form of return of confidence, in a context of abundant savings, life insurance benefits from it, just like other investments, such as the livret A or the stock market"
, underlines Philippe. Crevel, director of the Cercle de l'épargne.
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