Zurich Insurance Group

Solid H1 20 figures in line with consensus expectations

13/08/20 -"• Net income attributable to shareholders decreased by 42% to $1.2bn for H1 20 • Estimated COVID-19 claims for FY2020 of $750m for P&C business were fully booked in H1 • The non-life combined ..."

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