SCOR delivers a solid performance with net income of EUR 401 million in the first nine months of 2019
First Nine Months 2019 Results
SCOR is a longstanding supporter of sustainability-led initiatives. Upholding Sustainable Development as one of its five core values, SCOR acknowledges the high relevance to its business of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set in 2015 by the United-Nations Agenda 2030.
Why and how cancer of the cervix is set to become rare and will likely be eliminated in Australia.
The automation of vehicles is intended to create more safety, but it can also make motor insurance more expensive. In this article, automotive expert Florian David-Spickermann presents five reasons why intelligent driver assistance systems could increase future motor premiums.
Half-year 2019 results
Parametric (Re)insurance is a strategic tool for the mitigation of natural catastrophe and weather risk.
The second Annual Conference organized by the SCOR-PSE (Paris School of Economics) Chair, which took place in Paris on July 2, 2019, focused on Macroeconomic Risk research.
SCOR SE entered into a new liquidity contract with Exane
SCOR-PSE Chair on macroeconomic risk presents the 2019 Young Researcher Award to Maryam Farboodi, researcher at MIT Sloan School of Management
The SCOR-PSE Chair, created in 2018 by the SCOR Foundation for Science and the Paris School of Economics (PSE), has presented the Young Researcher Award to Maryam Farboodi, Assistant Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
The latest paper from the CRO Forum provides an overview over specific issues to consider when assessing the risk of a DLT-based application.