Mapfre


Restructuring has a cost

08/02/19 -"FY 18 Mapfre’s revenues declined by 5% to €26,589m, driven by the Non-Life premiums’ drop (-6% to €17,060m). The negative trend in emerging currencies was damaging to the insurer. The Life business ..."

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45
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English
Published on
08/02/19
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