Mapfre


Positive signs for the future

13/02/20 -"In FY 19, Mapfre’s revenues increased by 7.1% to €28,472m, driven by the improvement in Non-Life premiums (up 2.9% to €17,559m). Iberia continues to be the key profits generator, with an attributable ..."

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Published on
13/02/20
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