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32.8
Volume
0.3m
Range
32.5/32.8
Market Cap
6,247,044,051m
52 Week
24.8/34.1
Date Source Announcement
22Feb17 06:30 GNW SCOR: Video with Mark Kociancic
22Feb17 06:23 GNW 2016 Annual Results: SCOR records net income of EUR 603 million, increases its dividend to EUR 1.65 and envisages share buy-backs
13Feb17 16:48 GNW SCOR: New Appointments at SCOR Global Life
07Feb17 16:45 GNW SCOR - January 2017 P&C Renewal Results: Successful 1/1 renewals in line with "Vision in Action"
06Feb17 07:03 GNW SCOR embraces new technology with Blockchain tests
27Jan17 09:23 GNW INVITATION: SCOR GROUP 2016 ANNUAL RESULTS
17Jan17 10:58 GNW INVITATION: SCOR GLOBAL P&C JANUARY 2017 RENEWALS
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  • 22 Feb 17

In FY 16, GWP reached €13,826m, up 3% at current FX (+5.3% at constant FX) compared to 2015. Q4 16 GWP reached €3,610m, +5.4% at current FX. SGPC written premiums decreased by 1.5% at current FX (+1.2% at constant FX) to €5,639m, with a growing combined ratio at 93.1% (+200bp relative to 2015). SGL’s premiums stood at €8,187m, up 6.4% yoy at current FX (+8.3% at constant FX). The technical margin lost 20bp to 7%, in part due to a weak Q4 16 (6.9%). Total investments reached €27,731m and investment income amounted to €670m, of which €125m was realised gains came from the fixed income portfolio. The duration of the fixed income portfolio stands at 4.5 years. During 2016, the French reinsurer generated a €1,354m operating cash flow. Net income stands at €603m, down 6.1% relative to 2015, with a RoE at 9.5%. The reinsurer has indicated that if the impact of the French corporate tax rate decrease on deferred taxes is taken into consideration, the net profit would have stood at €660m and the RoE would be 10.4%. Shareholders’ equity reached €6,695m. Scor’s financial leverage established at 24.4%. The solvency ratio stands at 225%, above the optimal solvency range of 185-220% as defined in the Vision in Action plan. Management will propose at the shareholders’ meeting a dividend of €1.65 per share, representing a payout ratio of 50.7%. The reinsurer could consider share buy-backs over the next 24 months. The level of excess capital above the optimal range is c.€200m. Scor is also progressing in its project to optimise its legal entities and expects to complete the merger of Scor SE, SGPC and SGL in early 2019. The potential savings of the reorganisation could reach up to €200m in solvency capital.