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New profit target and share buy-back programme for FY2016 released

  • 16 Mar 16

Munich Re released, together with its annual report for 2015, business targets for 2016 and a new share buy-back programme. The group is aiming for a consolidated result of €2.3bn to €2.8bn for FY2016 assuming no large unexpected claims or severe currency and capital market developments. In reinsurance, the consolidated result for 2016 should be in the range of €1.9bn to €2.4bn. For the ERGO field of business, Munich Re projects a consolidated result for 2016 in the order of €250m to €350m. It expects that for the financial year 2016 its gross premiums written will be €47bn to €49bn. For p&c reinsurance, Munich Re’s target remains a combined ratio of around 98% of net earned premiums. Munich Re anticipates major losses of the order of around €2bn, corresponding to an unchanged 12% of net earned premiums for FY2016. In p&c primary insurance, the combined ratio for 2016 should be approximately 95%. Munich Re expects a total investment result of around €7bn, representing a return on investments of about 3%. Munich Re has announced a further share buy-back programme: before the Annual General Meeting on 26 April 2017, shares with a volume of up to €1bn are to be repurchased. The current share buy-back programme is to be concluded by the time of the Annual General Meeting on 27 April 2016; to date, around 5.2 million shares worth c. €890m have been bought back.