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SCOR SE is engaged in providing life and non-life reinsurance. The Company's segments include SCOR Global P&C (Non-Life) and SCOR Global Life (Life). The Company's divisions include SCOR Global P&C, SCOR Global Life and SCOR Global Investments. The Company's Non-Life segment is divided into four business areas: Property and Casualty Treaties; Specialty Treaties; Business Solutions (underwriting of large corporate accounts), and Business Ventures and Partnerships. It covers all insurable risks of industrial groups and services companies (large corporate accounts). The Company's Property and Casualty Treaties business area underwrites proportional and non-proportional reinsurance treaties. Its casualty treaties typically cover original risks of general liability, product liability or professional indemnity. The Company's Global Life segment underwrites Life reinsurance business in the product lines, such as Protection, Financial Solutions and Longevity.
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5 Avenue Kleber
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Laurent J. Rousseau
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Group Chief Risk Officer, Member of the Group Executive Committee
Claire Le Gall-Robinson
Member of the Executive Board, Group General Secretary, Chief Compliance Officer
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French reinsurer Scor wants to build its property and casualty (P&C) business back up to 60% of its total business, with life and health at 40%, Chief Executive Laurent Rousseau said at the Reuters Future of Insurance Europe conference on Friday
French reinsurer Scor announced a 200 million euro ($233 million) share buyback on Wednesday, lifting its shares and helping to offset the impact of floods and Hurricane Ida which hit its third-quarter earnings.
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Reinsurance rates are likely to rise in the double-digit percentage point range at key contract renewals in January, Denis Kessler, chairman and chief executive of the French reinsurer SCOR, said on Wednesday.
Denis Kessler, chief executive of SCOR, said on Thursday he would favour an EU-wide pandemic scheme to cover business interruption losses, rather than any national plan, as the French reinsurer swung to a quarterly loss.
* SCOR BOARD SAYS HAS EXPLORED BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CANDIDATES WHILE WORKING ON SUCCESSION PLAN, TO PRESENT THE PLAN SUFFICIENTLY AHEAD OF 2021 AGM Further company coverage: (Reporting by Maya Nikolaeva)
* SAYS ACPR'S POSITION CALLING FOR NO DIVIDEND DISTRIBUTION COVERS THE PERIOD FROM APRIL UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 2020, SCOR TO REGAIN ITS FREEDOM IN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT AFTER THIS DEADLINE Further company coverage: (Paris Newsroom)
* SCOR STRENGTHENS ITS SUSTAINABLE ACTIONS TOWARDS A LOW-CARBON ECONOMY WITHIN ITS INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO AND JOINS THE UN-CONVENED NET-ZERO ASSET OWNER ALLIANCE
* SAYS HAS DECIDED THAT NO DIVIDEND will BE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE 2019 FISCAL YEAR
Shares in French reinsurer Scor <SCOR.PA> rose on Wednesday after its shareholder Covea dropped a planned $9 billion acquisition, rekindling speculation that Covea may turn its attentions to Scor again.
Shares in French reinsurer Scor rose on Wednesday, after a decision by Scor shareholder Covea to drop a previously-agreed deal to buy reinsurer PartnerRe reignited speculation that Covea may look again at Scor.
French reinsurer SCOR <SCOR.PA> said on Wednesday its first-quarter net income jumped 23.7% as its operations were not materially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but warned of an increased level of claims and asset impairments in 2020.
* SCOR DELIVERS STRONG RESULTS IN Q1 2020 WITH A NET INCOME OF EUR 162 MILLION
* ACTIVIST HEDGE FUND CIAM SAYS IT WELCOMES POSTPONEMENT OF SCOR'S AGM TO JUNE 30 -STATEMENT
* DECIDES TO POSTPONE HOLDING OF ITS ANNUAL SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING TO JUNE 30, 2020 Further company coverage:
Investment fund CIAM has urged Scor to postpone next month's annual shareholders meeting and also criticised the French insurer for making only cosmetic changes to its executive pay policy.
Investment firm CIAM urged French reinsurer Scor to postpone next month's annual shareholders meeting and also said the company had made only cosmetic changes to its executive pay policy, which has been criticised by shareholders.
* CIAM asks SCOR to disclose further information on its succession plan and publicly clarify its position on the appointment of an independent Chair
French reinsurer Scor's CEO Denis Kessler said:
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