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Aegon N.V. (Aegon) is an international life insurance, pensions and asset management company. The Company's segments include the Americas, which includes the United States, Mexico and Brazil; the Netherlands; the United Kingdom; Central & Eastern Europe; Spain & Portugal; Asia, and Aegon Asset Management. It offers protection against mortality, morbidity and longevity risks, including traditional and universal life. It offers products with mortality, morbidity, and longevity risks, including traditional and universal life; mortgages; annuity products, and banking products. It offers individual protection products, such as annuities, term insurance, income protection and international/offshore bonds. It has activities in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Turkey. It offers life insurance marketed to high-net-worth individuals in Hong Kong and Singapore. It also offers investment products covering third-party customers, insurance-linked solutions.
William L. Connelly
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Board, Member of the Executive Board
Corien M. Wortmann-Kool
Independent Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Board, Member of the Executive Board
Chief Human Resource Officer, Member of the Management Board
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Aegon NV, the Dutch insurer, on Wednesday reported a better-than-expected first-quarter operating result of 431 million euros ($522.67 million), which it attributed to cost-cutting and strong performance by stock market investments.
Aegon NV, the Dutch-based insurer that does most of its business in the United States, told investors on Thursday it hopes to end years of underperformance by cutting costs and selling businesses that are either costly with volatile returns, or relatively small.
Vienna Insurance Group will buy Dutch insurer Aegon's Central and Eastern European business for 830 million euros ($993 million), cementing Vienna's regional lead and raising cash for Aegon to cope with the coronavirus crisis.
Dutch insurer Aegon NV said on Thursday it has agreed to sell the "Pyramid", a landmark building complex on San Francisco's skyline, for $650 million, to shore up its solvency.
Dutch insurer Aegon has put its Eastern European business up for sale as it seeks to raise cash to better cope with the fallout of the coronavirus crisis and revamp earnings in its core markets, two sources familiar with the matter said.
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Dutch insurer Aegon reported lower than expected first half earnings as the coronavirus led to higher mortality and lower interest rates at its operations in the United States, where it does two-thirds of its business under the Transamerica brand.
* AEGON ASSET MANAGEMENT AND ABN AMRO JOIN FORCES TO INTRODUCE IMPACT EQUITY FUND Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
* AEGON ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING APPROVES ALL RESOLUTIONS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
U.S.-Dutch insurer Aegon NV <AEGN.AS> on Tuesday reported worse than expected first-quarter underlying income due to the impact of coronavirus and falling interest rates in the United States, where it does the bulk of its business under the Transamerica brand.
* RETURN ON EQUITY OF 7.0% IN Q1 OF 2020; VERY UNLIKELY TO REACH ANNUAL 10% RETURN ON EQUITY TARGET, GIVEN EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Dutch-based insurer Aegon on Tuesday reported worse than expected underlying income due to the impact of coronavirus and falling interest rates in the United States, where it does the bulk of its business.
* ANNOUNCES DECISION TO HOLD ELECTRONIC AGM Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
* AEGON NV SAYS TRANSAMERICA SETTLES UNIVERSAL LIFE LITIGATION
Dutch insurer Aegon on Friday said it would suspend its dividend in light of the global coronavirus outbreak, following a strong call by the European watchdog to insurers to scrap all payments to shareholders.
* AEGON REMAINS WELL CAPITALIZED IN UPPER HALF OF SOLVENCY II RATIO TARGET RANGE
* WE HAVE FULL CONFIDENCE IN AEGON'S FINANCIAL STRENGTH - CEO
* Departing CEO says low rate environment challenging (Updates after shares fall. Adds quote, details.)
* PROPOSED FINAL 2019 DIVIDEND PER SHARE OF EUR 0.16; FULL-YEAR DIVIDEND INCREASES BY 7% COMPARED TO 2018
Aegon, the Dutch-based insurer that does two thirds of its business in the United States under the Transamerica brand, reported on Thursday a bigger than expected fall in underlying pretax profit for the second half of 2019.
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