Press releases overview
Earnings before taxes increase from €55.4 million to €215.7 million
  • Premiums written up by 17.1 per cent to €3,310.0 million
  • Combined ratio improves from 96.7 per cent to 92.6 per cent
  • Investment income rises to €307.2 million
  • Consolidated net profit more than quadrupled at €170.7 million
  • Solvency II ratio around 200 per cent
  • Outlook raised: 2021 earnings before taxes between €330 million and €350 million
  • Earnings before taxes for 2021 are now expected to be in the range of €330 to €350 million, due to improved profitability in the core underwriting business
  • For the first half of 2021 UNIQA estimates that earnings before taxes will exceed €200 million
30 investments, 5 exits and one unicorn: the venture capital company of UNIQA Insurance Group AG is one of the most active corporate venture capital funds in Europe
Investments in FinTech, InsurTech and HealthTech start-ups provide impetus for digitization and innovation in UNIQA’s core business.
Earnings before taxes up to €112.1 million
  • Premiums written up by 13.0 per cent following consolidation of AXA-CEE
  • Excellent underwriting result with combined ratio of 90.9 per cent
  • Consolidated net profit of €89.4 million
  • Solvency II ratio at 195 per cent
  • Positive outlook for 2021 as a whole confirmed
Solvency II capital requirement ratio at 170 per cent in 2020
  • Sound solvency ratio despite sharp decline in interest rates and non-recurring effects
  • Strong profitability of new business in life, health and pension funds – at a new business margin of 3.6 per cent
  • 2020 annual report “Seeding the Future” published
  • Strong 3.6 per cent growth following consolidation of AXA-CEE in 4th quarter
  • Preliminary earnings before taxes of €57 million
  • 2020 earnings exceed expectations – figures not comparable with prior period
  • €243 million in non-recurring restructuring expenses, adjustment to goodwill in CEE and AXA integration
  • UNIQA 3.0 strategy programme: reorganisation and savings on track
  • Dividend proposed at 18 cents per share thanks to improved EBT
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