Zurich Insurance Group


Good 2019 results, all 2017-19 targets were exceeded

13/02/20 -"• Net income attributable to shareholders increased by 12% to $4.15bn for FY2019. • The non-life combined ratio fell from 97.8% for 2018 to 96.4% for 2019. • RoE after tax was 14.4% for 2019 ..."

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