Swiss Re

Good start in FY2021 despite COVID-19 claims

30/04/21 -"• Net premiums earned rose by 7% to $10.2bn • Impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the underwriting result of the group was $643m for Q1 21. • Net result was a profit of $333m for Q1 21 compared to a ..."

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