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REPLAN A Robust Solution to Life Insurance

  • Persistency Ratio
  • Value of New Business (VNB)
  • Surrender Ratio
  • Product Mix
  • Channel Mix

REPLAN for Life Insurance

The only planning solution you need for operational and financial planning for your insurance business. Replan comes with intuitive UX and a robust structure for easy adaptation and business success.

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AUM (Assets Under Management)
This refers to the total value of all the investments held by an insurance company on behalf of its policyholders. These investments can include stocks, bonds, real estate, and other assets. The FP&A team monitors the AUM to ensure it grows over time, generating returns that contribute to the company's profitability and help cover future policyholder benefits.
NPB (New Business Premium)
This is the total amount of premium collected from new life insurance policies sold in a particular period. NBP is a crucial growth metric for insurance companies, as it represents the inflow of fresh capital. The FP&A team looks to maximize NBP through strategic marketing and product development initiatives.
APE (Annualized Premium Equivalent)
This is a metric that converts single premiums (paid upfront for a policy) into an equivalent stream of annual premiums. It allows for a more standardized comparison of new business production across different policy types (single premium vs. regular premium payments). The FP&A team uses APE to assess the overall value of new business generated and project future premium income.
Death Benefit
This is the core payout of a life insurance policy. It's the lump sum of money paid to the beneficiary upon the policyholder's death. The amount of the death benefit is determined by the policy terms, typically a multiple of the premiums paid. The FP&A team meticulously calculates death benefits based on mortality rates to ensure the company has adequate reserves to meet future claims.
Pension Benefits
Some life insurance policies, particularly whole life and endowment plans, can accumulate cash value over time. This cash value can be used to provide retirement income through annuity payouts or withdrawals. The FP&A team considers factors like interest rates and life expectancy when designing these plans to ensure they meet future income needs of policyholders.
Unit Linked Plans (ULIPs)
These are investment-linked insurance plans where a portion of the premium is invested in market-linked funds. The policyholder benefits from potential investment growth, but also shares the associated risk. The FP&A team carefully manages the investment options offered in ULIPs to balance risk and return for policyholders.

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Persistency Ratio

The persistency ratio in life insurance is a key metric that reflects the percentage of policyholders who continue paying premiums on their policies beyond the initial term. It essentially measures customer retention and the overall health of an insurance company’s in-force business. A high persistency ratio indicates that a high proportion of policyholders are renewing their policies and continuing their coverage. This translates to a stable income stream for the insurer and a more predictable business model.

Value of New Business (VNB)

Value of New Business (VNB) is a crucial metric used in life insurance to assess the profitability of new policies written during a specific period (usually a year). It essentially estimates the present value of all future profits expected from these new policies. It involves actuarial assumptions and takes into account several factors like premiums, benefits, expenses and discount rates.

Surrender Ratio

The surrender ratio is the percentage of policies that are surrendered (cancelled) by policyholders before their maturity date. A high surrender ratio indicates that a significant portion of policyholders are dropping their coverage early. Unfair business practices by insurance companies can contribute to a high surrender ratio. Productivity ratio is a metric used in the life insurance industry to assess an agent or agency’s productivity and contribution to a company’s overall new business performance.

Product Mix

Product mix refers to the variety of life insurance policies offered by a company. It encompasses the different types of coverage available, each catering to specific needs and financial goals of policyholders. A well-designed product mix offers something for everyone and helps an insurance company reach a broader audience.

Channel Mix

Channel mix in life insurance refers to the various distribution channels used by insurance companies to reach potential customers and sell their products. A strategic channel mix leverages the strengths of different channels to optimize sales and reach a wider audience. 

Key Benefits of REPLAN

  • Reduce Time of Implementation
  • Best Practices will be part of the Solution ​
  • Fully Configurable as per Customer requirement
  • Fully Integrated with Core FP&A Platform ​
  • Pre-configured Scalable solution

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Time To Make Your Insurance Business Smarter

Effective planning is crucial for any business and the insurance industry is no different. With valuable information in hand, you can get insights into your financial performance and make better business decisions. Using spreadsheet-based planning is not only time-consuming but also prone to errors.

REPLAN can help you digitize multiple aspects of planning required in the insurance industry including project planning, revenue planning, lease planning, and much more.

Moreover, it enables you to create detailed plans that account for various scenarios and keep your business remains profitable and resilient to changing market conditions.

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