Swiss Re


Again disappointing results in FY2020 below expectations

19/02/21 -" Net loss was $878m for 2020 and higher than consensus expectations. Management proposed an unchanged dividend of CHF5.90 per share for FY2020. Swiss Re renewed $7.8bn in premium volume on 1 ..."

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19/02/21
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