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NEW 02.03.2023 News / Corporate

UNIQA: Standard & Poor’s affirms rating and upgrades outlook

  •   “A” rating reconfirmed for UNIQA Österreich Versicherungen AG and UNIQA Re AG, and “A–” rating for UNIQA Insurance Group AG
  • Outlook for all three companies upgraded from “negative” to “stable”
  • Capital adequacy and operating performance show resilience even with further impairments on Russian and Ukrainian assets
NEW 23.02.2023 News / Corporate

UNIQA posts strong preliminary figures for 2022: earnings before taxes grew by over 10 per cent to €422 million

Premiums written by the UNIQA Group rose by almost 4 per cent to €6,605 million
  • Combined ratio improved from 93.7 to 92.9 per cent
  • Consolidated profit increased by 21.7 per cent to €383.0 million
  • Proposed dividend of €0.55 per share
  • Outlook for 2023
NEW 21.02.2023 News / Corporate

Complaint for damages resulting from Infinus investor claims / First instance dismissal of FuPro Consort's complaint

Update of the disclosure of inside information pursuant to Art 17 MAR of 13 November 2020, 4 May 2022 and 18 August 2022
NEW 16.02.2023 News / Corporate

Preliminary earnings before taxes for financial year 2022 of EUR 420 to EUR 425 million better than expected

On basis of preliminary results from preparing the consolidated financial statements of UNIQA Insurance Group AG ("UNIQA") as at 31 December 2022 UNIQA expects significantly improved consolidated earnings before taxes for the financial year 2022 in the range of EUR 420 million to EUR 425 million (2021: EUR 382.3 million; analyst consensus approx. EUR 364 million).

NEW 17.11.2022 News / Corporate

UNIQA: Profitable growth and sound results after nine months

Stable core business in Austria and CEE alleviates the depreciation and impairment losses on Russian bonds and burden of major losses and natural catastrophes
NEW 19.08.2022 News / Corporate

UNIQA: Solid first half of the year despite high depreciation on Russian bonds

Steady core business alleviates the effect of depreciation amounting to €127 million on Russian bonds – earnings before taxes decreased by 22 per cent to €169 million
  • Premiums written rose by 3.8 per cent to €3,436.0 million
  • Technical result improved by 7.6 per cent to €119.5 million
  • Combined ratio increased from 92.6 per cent to 95.0 per cent, due to major claims and storms
  • Depreciation and impairment losses reduced net investment income by 31 per cent to €211 million
  • Solvency II ratio stands at a strong 234 per cent
  • Outlook: solid core business, no forecast for development of capital markets
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