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Benvenuto signor Donnet

  • 18 Mar 16

The Italian giant posted a positive result in 2015, with an operating result of €4,785m, +6.1% year-on-year, with a strong Q4 (+12.5% to €946m). Net profit income reached €2,030m (+21.6% yoy), of which €304m was recorded in Q4. In the Life segment, the operating result amounted to €2,965m, -0.4% yoy. Thanks to the positive performances in all business segments, Life premiums reached €53,297m, +6.2% relative to December 2014. Generali recorded net inflows of €14,920m, +15.5% yoy. APE slightly decreased by 0.2% to €5,210m. NBV reduced by 13% to €1,097m, with the New Business margin decreasing by 300bp to 21%. Gross written premiums of the Property & Casualty segment were stable at €20,868m (+0.8% yoy). In particular, the Motor line maintained last year’s trend (+0.2% at €8,129m). The performance of the non-Motor line was better than expected with gross written premiums of €11,859m (+1.1% yoy). The operating result rose to €1,987m (+8.5% compared to 2014). The combined ratio decreased to 93.1% (-0.6pp). In the financial segment, the operating income increased by 16% yoy, reaching €434m. The Solvency I ratio stood at 164% (+8pp since the end of 2014). The Economic Solvency ratio was 202% as calculated under the group’s full internal model. The shareholders’ equity of the group rose to €23,565m. The group’s total AuM stood at €500m. The proposed dividend is €0.72 per share, €0.15 higher than last year. The insurer has also announced that its board has appointed Philippe Donnet as Group CEO, previously the Group CFO and Manager in charge of preparing the company’s financial reports. An extraordinary Shereholders’ Meeting should resolve the proposal to delegate to the Board of Directors a free and divisible capital increase in accordance to the new Long Term Incentive Plan to a maximum of €10m.

Modest Q3 but no fear for the full-year figures

  • 05 Nov 15

The Generali Group closed 9M 15 with a strong development in key figures, but the Q3 was not so brilliant. The Italian insurer posted a 9.3% decrease in the Q3 operating result to €1,061m, but the 9M operating result benefited from a strong H1 and show a 4.7% growth ytd. The Q3 net result stood at €420m (-18.1% yoy) but +8.7% ytd at €1,727m. In the Life segment, the operating result amounted to €2,338m, +3.8% yoy (-15.1% to €625m in the Q3). APE increased by 1.7% to €3,784m. In P&C, the 9M gross written premiums were stable at €15,775m (+1.3% yoy). The operating result increased in both Q3 (+10.8% to €501m) and 9M (+4.9% to €1,605m). The combined ratio decreased to 92.7%. The 9M overall operating result of the “Holding and other businesses” segment was €87m. The financial segment made a positive contribution, with an increase in operating result to €319m (+9.6% yoy) thanks to the support of Banca Generali. The Solvency I ratio stood at 166%. The group's shareholders’ equity rose to €22,764m. Total AuM stood at €493m, +2.9% relative to December 2014. The pro-forma internal model Economic Solvency ratio stands at 196%, an increase of 10% compared to 31 December 2014. The group applied to the College of Supervisors to use its own internal model for the calculation of the capital requirements according to the Solvency II regime. The outcome of the application process is expected by March 2016.