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What is ape in insurance?


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Annual Premium Equivalent (APE) A standardised measure of the volume of new life insurance business written. It is calculated as the sum of (annualised) new recurring premiums and 10% of the new single premiums written in an annual reporting period.

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Definition: Annualized premium equivalent (APE) is a common measure of ascertaining the business sales in the life insurance industry. It is the sum of the

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Annual Premium Equivalent - a measure of new business sales growth in the insurance industry. The APE includes new regular business premiums on an

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The annual premium equivalent is the total value of regular or recurring premiums plus 10% of new single premiums written in the period. The APE metric is used

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Annual Premium Equivalent (APE) = the sum of the initial premium on new acquisition of control of insurance companies or companies in the financial sector

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Annual premium equivalent (APE) is a measure used for comparison of life insurance revenue by normalising policy premiums into the equivalent of regular

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APE is the sum of annualised first year premiums on regular premium policies, and 10% of single premiums, written by insurance companies

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