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08Dec16 12:00 PRN Aegon Accelerates Execution of Strategy and Increases Expense Savings
08Dec16 12:00 PRN Aegon Accelerates Execution of Strategy and Increases Expense Savings
08Dec16 12:00 PRN Aegon Accelerates Execution of Strategy and Increases Expense Savings
28Nov16 04:00 PRN Aegon to Appoint Matthew Rider as CFO
28Nov16 04:00 PRN Aegon to Appoint Matthew Rider as CFO
11Nov16 06:19 PRN Aegon Completes Share Buyback Program
11Nov16 06:19 PRN Aegon Completes Share Buyback Program
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  • 06 Oct 15

Aegon's H1 15 sales reached €5,192m (+25% yoy), thanks to a solid Q2 15 (+18.2% yoy). Q2 15 new Life sales increased slightly by 1.3% to €518m, bringing total new sales since the beginning of the year to €1,068m, +10.1% yoy. The H1 15 market consistent value of new business amounted to €323m (€183m in Q2 15), -27.2% yoy (-17.2% yoy). Gross deposits increased 28.7% to €16,769m in Q2 15, and reached €35,460m ytd (+33.8% yoy). H1 15 net deposits stood at €10,490m vs. €4,568m in H1 14. Q1 15 underlying earnings before tax remained stable at €1,018m. Realised gains on investments reached €252m, -18.2% yoy. In H1 15, operating expenses increased 13.9% to €923m, bringing the ytd expenses to €1,825m, +14.8% relative to June 2014. The loss from fair value items amounted to €451m, leading to a H1 15 net income of €666m, down 9.4% yoy. Shareholders’ equity increased to €25,047m at June 2015. The gross leverage ratio further improved to 27.7% in H1 15, well within the target range of 26-30%. Aegon’s Insurance Group Directive (IGD) solvency ratio declined to 206%. The insurer has obtained more details on Solvency II and its ratio is expected to be in the range 140-170%. The interim dividend amounted to €0.12 per share. Aegon continued to optimise its portfolio. The insurer reached an agreement to sell Clark Consulting, its Bank-Owned Life Insurance distribution and servicing unit in the US, for USD177.5m (€160m). The impact on net income from the sale is expected to be immaterial as tax benefits from the recognition of a tax loss largely offset the loss on the sale. Also, Aegon completed the CAD600m sale of its Canadian Life insurance business following regulatory approval. The transaction will result in a book loss of CAD1.2bn (€0.8bn) which will be booked in the Q3 15 accounts. Aegon has earmarked the proceeds of this transaction for the redemption of the USD500m 4.625% senior bond, due in December 2015. In September 2015, some sources has reported that the insurer is preparing to sell off parts of its UK business in response to pension reforms. On another side, Aegon, through an affiliate of its Transamerica unit, has reached an agreement with Mercer HR Services to acquire Mercer's US defined contribution administration book of business. As a result of the acquisition, the number of retirement plan participants serviced by Transamerica will increase by 917,000 to approximately 5 million. Assets under administration will increase by USD71bn to approximately USD216bn.