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VIG preliminary results for 2016 show business stability and improved profitability; over 100% y-o-y increase in profit before taxes

Vienna Insurance Group (VIG) expects all-around positive results based on the preliminary figures for 2016. "We have achieved all our major targets for 2016. This sends a clear signal of the stability we feel is important to be a reliable partner in times of dynamic change," emphasised today Elisabeth STADLER, CEO of Vienna Insurance Group at a press conference in Vienna. More

Hannover Re acquires Lloyd's syndicate ARGENTA

HANNOVER Re has reached an agreement to acquire the UK holding company ARGENTA Holdings plc ("Argenta"), which owns the companies ARGENTA Syndicate Management and ARGENTA Private Capital, as well as a pro rata share of the Lloyd's syndicate ARGENTA Syndicate 2121. The parties have agreed to maintain confidentiality regarding the purchase price. More

SAVA Re announced the early repaiment of its subordinated debt

SAVA Re has announced today the repaiment of the first transche of EUR 12 million of the subordinated debt contracted in 2006 and 2007, to finance the Group's expansion the markets of the former Yugoslavia and to improve its capital adequacy position in accordance with the then applicable insurance laws and the Standard & Poor's model. More

GROUPAMA net profit down by 12% in 2016

French insurer GROUPAMA reported a EUR 46 million decrease in its 2016 net profit, to EUR 322 million (EUR 368 million in 2015), a EUR 10 million decrease in its economic operating income (to EUR 153 million), a non-life combined ratio of 100.3% (vs. 99.2% as at 31 December 2015) and stable premium income of EUR 13.57 billion (+0.1% y-o-y). More

Swiss Re's business and EVM reports for 2016 published, shoeing a solid performance

Swiss Re's 2016 Annual Report - "For a resilient future" -, consisting of the Business Report and the Financial Report, including audited financial statements for 2016 was published, showing a continued solid underwriting performance and profitability. More

Walter B. KIELHOLZ to be re-elected to the Swiss Re's Board of Directors as Chairman of the Board; three new entries in the Board

Swiss Re's Board of Directors proposed Walter B. KIELHOLZ to be re-elected to the Board of Directors and in the same vote be re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors for a one-year term of office until the completion of the AGM in 2018. The Board's proposal is in line with the Articles of Association provisions wich provide for an annual individual election of members of the Board of Directors and of the Chairman of the Board of Directors by the AGM. More

Munich Re: Renata JUNGO BRUNGGER proposed for the Supervisory Board; POHLCHRISTOPH to replace ARNOLDUSSEN in the Board of Management

The Munich Re's Supervisory Board recommended Renata JUNGO BRUNGGER (55) to be elected by the Annual General Meeting as successor to Wolfgang MAYRHUBER (69), who resigned his position on the Supervisory Board with effect from the end of 2016. More

PZU Group, 2016: record high growth, GWP exceeding the PLN 20 billion threshold

PZU Group has ended 2016 with GWP of PLN 20,219 million, 10.1% up y-o-y. The largest sales growth rate was recorded in motor insurance, which reported 34.4% y-o-y growth to PLN 7,050 million. At the same time, the administrative expense ratio (for the Group's Polish insurance companies) edged down by 0.7 p.p. y-o-y to 8.1%.The Group has also successfully expanded its insurance market share and strengthened its position in the banking sector. More

GENERALI posts best yearly profit and dividend in 9 years

The Italian insurer GENERALI announced it closed the year 2016 with an operating result of EUR 4.83 billion, up by 0.9% y-o-y, while the net profit increased by 2.5% y-o-y to EUR 2.08 billion. At the same time, the dividend per share to be proposed at the next Shareholders' Meeting is EUR 0.80, up by 11.1%. The total dividend relating to shares outstanding amounts to EUR 1.24 billion, thus the payout ratio increased from 55.3% in 2015 to 60%. More

MUNICH Re's outlook for 2017: business environment remains challenging

"For the financial year 2017, MUNICH Re is aiming for a profit in the range of EUR 2.0-2.4 billion in what is set to be a challenging environment," Chairman of the Board of Management, Nikolaus von BOMHARD said on the group's outlook for 2017. More

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