Swiss Life Holding


Good H1 19 figures pushed by Swiss portfolio acquisition

13/08/19 -"• Net profit attributable to shareholders rose by 10% to CHF615m for H1 19 • Net earned premiums were pushed by the Swiss portfolio acquisition (+43%) • Third-party assets under management grew by ..."

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13/08/19
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