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SCOR's Q1 2022 results will be impacted by the conflict in Ukraine

French reinsurer SCOR announced, its Q1 2022 results will be impacted by the conflict in Ukraine. "Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine on 24th February 2022, SCOR has been closely monitoring the unfolding of events, and the resulting potential impact of the conflict and related international sanctions on its activity".



Munich Re withdraws from Russian business

Munich Re supports the sanctions against Russian economy. The Group will not renew existing contracts in Russia and Belarus, and new business has been suspended. The Group will do the same with its investments in the region, the German reinsurer said in a press statement.



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There is no such thing as a tool small contribution when it comes to helping people. All the solidarity gestures will converge as streams in a large river helping the refugees in need. AS much as we can find out about these gestures, we will add them in the following page. Yet, this will be not, nor is intended to be an exhaustive list. Many of these actions will remain unknown, either because they are silent or because we have missed them.



UNIQA Ukraine continues to work and indemnify its customers

Ukrainian subsidiaries of the UNIQA Group, insurance companies "UNIQA" and "UNIQA Life", continued to work despite the war situation in the country and paid their clients indemnities worth UAH 27.1 million between 24 February and 10 March, a company announcement said.

ADRIS grupa companies to support Ukrainian refugees

Croatian conglomerate ADRIS Grupa with business in tourism, food production and insurance announced its support for Ukrainian refugees. Thus, "standing in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, ADRIS grupa and the companies operating within the Group - Maistra, Croatia Osiguranje and Cromaris - will help provide food and accommodations and donate funds for Ukrainian refugees".







Polish insurer Warta stands in solidarity with Ukraine

Polish insurer WARTA, has allocated PLN 11 million (~EUR 2,25 million) to providing active help for Ukrainian citizens. Warta is also one of the Polish insurers providing for free 30 days MTPL insurance for all refugees coming by car from Ukraine to Poland without carrying a Green Card policy.