SCOR delivers a solid performance with net income of EUR 401 million in the first nine months of 2019
First Nine Months 2019 Results
The comorbidity between HIV and cancer is proven - cancer can grow by invading the host’s immune defenses and benefiting from a loss of immunological control. Thanks to treatments, people living with HIV are living longer, but HIV seems to accelerate the ageing process, with a high incidence of cancer in HIV-carrying patients.
HIV continues to be a major global public health issue, despite great medical progress in terms of diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
In this blog, Vincent Foucart and Eric Le Mercier discuss the role of reinsurance in helping to build resilience in economies and communities around the world. They look at the “insurance protection gap” – the difference between economic losses in disaster-stricken countries, and what is effectively covered by insurance. And they examine ways of helping to bridge this gap.
Life insurers share a common interest with their customers, to drive changes in habits that will lead to a healthier lifestyle.
Published in the online journal Remote Sensing, the paper proposes a way to ensure that climate data users have access to quality-assured data. SCOR Cat Risk Analyst Iakovos Barmpadimos explains.
At the 2019 SCOR Annual Conference, André Chieng, CEO of AEC, used the example of the Sino-American trade war to illustrate the intricacies of interrelationships in today’s interconnected world.
The Channel Syndicate, part of SCOR’s Specialty Insurance platform, today announces it has agreed a reinsurance to close for its 2017 and prior years of account, subject to regulatory approval.
Life insurance products have an important role to play in supporting consumers’ dreams and aspirations as well as in mitigating their worst nightmares. However, with so many competing demands on consumers’ hard-earned cash, insurers face the perennial challenge of convincing a sceptical public of the need for cover.
A weather analysis of China’s agricultural production risk