Storebrand


Confirmed outlook

28/11/19 -"Storebrand is moving towards a quiet FY 19. The decrease in our NAV reflects the downward revision of the insurance segment, giving a higher combined ratio of 89% (vs. 80% in 2018). The insurer will ..."

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28/11/19
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