SCOR SE ("SCOR" or the "Company") announces an adjustment to the rights of holders of bonds convertible and/or exchangeable into new or existing SCOR shares, coupon 4.125% maturing 2010 ("OCEANEs").
Standard & Poor's has raised SCOR’s Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) from “adequate” to “strong”, principally evaluating the Group’s risk management culture as well as its strategic risk management.
A.M. Best has raised SCOR SE’s and its rated subsidiaries rating outlook from “stable” to “positive”. According to A.M. Best the change in outlook reflects A.M.
Environmental Finance magazine has named SCOR as the winner of this year’s “Catastrophe Risk Transaction of the Year” award for its “Atlas V” transaction carried out in February 2009.
On 18 July 2009, SCOR Global Life US (SGL U.S.), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the SCOR Group, has reached a definitive agreement to acquire XL Re Life America Inc. (XLRLA), a subsidiary of XL Capital Ltd.
Denis Kessler, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the SCOR SE group, announces that his Group has signed the Kyoto Statement on climate change, launched by the Geneva Association.
The South African regulatory body for the insurance sector, the FSB, has granted SCOR SE a licence to conduct Life and Non-Life reinsurance business.
SCOR, the fifth largest reinsurer in the world, will access the “CAC Next 20” index on 19 June 2009 after market closing. This decision was taken by the “Conseil Scientifique” of NYSE Euronext on 28 May 2009.
SCOR's first quarter of 2009 results.
At today’s Combined General Meeting of SCOR SE of 15 April 2009, held in Paris-La Défense and chaired by Denis Kessler, all resolutions were approved by a wide margin.
SCOR wins an award for “Best International Reinsurer on the Russian Market in 2008” at the thirteenth Russian Reinsurance Conference, organised in Moscow on 24 and 25 March by the All-Russian Insurance Association (AR
Standard & Poor's has raised SCOR’s and its core guaranteed subsidiaries long-term credit and insurer financial strength ratings to "A" from "A-" with a stable outlook.