Swiss Re is engaged in wholesale reinsurance, insurance and risk transfer solutions. Co.'s clients include insurance companies, corporations, the public sector and policyholders. Co.'s business units include: Property & Casualty Reinsurance, which includes the business lines property and casualty (including motor); Life & Health Reinsurance, which includes the life and health line of business; Corporate Solutions, which serves mid-sized and large corporations, with product offerings ranging from property and casualty insurance to customised solutions; and Admin Re®, which provides risk and capital management solutions.
  • TickerRUKN
  • ISINCH0126881561
  • ExchangeSix Swiss Exchange
  • SectorNonlife Insurance
  • CountrySwitzerland

Analysts

Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Analyse court terme - SWISS RE AG : Un flag est en formation.

Lors de notre dernière analyse court terme (31/08/2016), nous avions opté pour un avis positif. Nous restons positif avec un objectif à 95 CHF et un niveau d'invalidation à 89,7 CHF. La tendance haussière se poursuit. Arguments : - Un flag est en formation.

Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Short term view - SWISS RE AG : The trend is momentarily interrupted by a flag, but the rise will resume soon.

In our previous short term analysis (31/08/2016), we were positive. We remain positive with a target at 95 CHF and an invalidation level at 89,7 CHF. The bullish trend unfolds. Arguments : - The trend is momentarily interrupted by a flag, but the rise will resume soon.

Henry Heathfield

Swiss Re Reports Better-Than-Expected Q3 Results: Top-Line Growth and Slightly Better Earnings

Swiss Re, the second-largest global reinsurer, reported premium growth and net income ahead of our expectations. We revise our fair value estimate up to CHF 91 from CHF 85 to reflect a higher premium outlook and a better near-term combined ratio but maintain our no-moat rating. Swiss Re reported better third-quarter results, with growth in premium versus the prior year coming from its main property-casualty reinsurance unit and, to a lesser degree, life and health. The premium growth is driven b...

Henry Heathfield

Swiss Re is one of the best-capitalised reinsurers, but we're cautious over competitive positioning.

Swiss Re, the second-largest global reinsurer, reported premium growth and net income ahead of our expectations. We revise our fair value estimate up to CHF 91 from CHF 85 to reflect a higher premium outlook and a better near-term combined ratio but maintain our no-moat rating. Swiss Re reported better third-quarter results, with growth in premium versus the prior year coming from its main property-casualty reinsurance unit and, to a lesser degree, life and health. The premium growth is driven b...

Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Analyse court terme - SWISS RE AG : Faible réaction sur la résistance.

Lors de notre dernière analyse court terme (09/11/2016), nous avions opté pour un avis positif. Nous restons positif avec un objectif à 95 CHF et un niveau d'invalidation à 88,9 CHF. La tendance haussière se poursuit. Arguments : - La moyenne mobile sert de support. - La...

Henry Heathfield

Swiss Re Reports Better-Than-Expected Q3 Results: Top-Line Growth and Slightly Better Earnings

Swiss Re, the second-largest global reinsurer, reported premium growth and net income ahead of our expectations. We revise our fair value estimate up to CHF 91 from CHF 85 to reflect a higher premium outlook and a better near-term combined ratio but maintain our no-moat rating. Swiss Re reported better third-quarter results, with growth in premium versus the prior year coming from its main property-casualty reinsurance unit and, to a lesser degree, life and health. The premium growth is driven b...

Henry Heathfield

Swiss Re is one of the best-capitalised reinsurers, but we're cautious over competitive positioning.

Swiss Re, the second-largest global reinsurer, reported premium growth and net income ahead of our expectations. We revise our fair value estimate up to CHF 91 from CHF 85 to reflect a higher premium outlook and a better near-term combined ratio but maintain our no-moat rating. Swiss Re reported better third-quarter results, with growth in premium versus the prior year coming from its main property-casualty reinsurance unit and, to a lesser degree, life and health. The premium growth is driven b...

Henry Heathfield

Swiss Re Reports Disappointing Close to 2016

Swiss Re reported net income of USD 3.6 billion, below our estimate of USD 3.8 billion. Though the difference is small, this is a disappointing year-end close for the business based on deeper fundamental issues. Profitability is the problem, and we foresee this could continue. We see pressure in corporate solutions, Swiss Re’s growth unit, that we believe will not abate anytime soon. We will maintain our CHF 91 fair value estimate and no-moat rating. The poor results were across all segments. Pr...

Henry Heathfield, CFA

Swiss Re Reports Another Disappointing Result

Swiss Re reported first-quarter net income of $656 million, slightly below our expectations. Large losses were around $150 million higher than we anticipated, largely due to Cyclone Debbie, which largely accounts for the difference. We are holding our fair value estimate at CHF 91 per share and maintaining our no-moat rating. The business capitalisation improved 38 points to 262% under the Swiss Solvency Test. The property and casualty division reported net income of $320 million with a combined...

Henry Heathfield, CFA

Swiss Re is one of the best-capitalised reinsurers, but we're cautious over competitive positioning.

Swiss Re reported first-quarter net income of $656 million, slightly below our expectations. Large losses were around $150 million higher than we anticipated, largely due to Cyclone Debbie, which largely accounts for the difference. We are holding our fair value estimate at CHF 91 per share and maintaining our no-moat rating. The business capitalisation improved 38 points to 262% under the Swiss Solvency Test. The property and casualty division reported net income of $320 million with a combined...

1 director sold

A director at Swiss Re Ag sold 7,109 shares at 99.080CHF and the significance rating of the trade was 100/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names of board me...

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Swiss RE – Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® : C

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Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Analyse court terme - SWISS RE AG : Un flag est en formation.

Lors de notre dernière analyse court terme (31/08/2016), nous avions opté pour un avis positif. Nous restons positif avec un objectif à 95 CHF et un niveau d'invalidation à 89,7 CHF. La tendance haussière se poursuit. Arguments : - Un flag est en formation.

Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Short term view - SWISS RE AG : The trend is momentarily interrupted by a flag, but the rise will resume soon.

In our previous short term analysis (31/08/2016), we were positive. We remain positive with a target at 95 CHF and an invalidation level at 89,7 CHF. The bullish trend unfolds. Arguments : - The trend is momentarily interrupted by a flag, but the rise will resume soon.

Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Analyse court terme - SWISS RE AG : Faible réaction sur la résistance.

Lors de notre dernière analyse court terme (09/11/2016), nous avions opté pour un avis positif. Nous restons positif avec un objectif à 95 CHF et un niveau d'invalidation à 88,9 CHF. La tendance haussière se poursuit. Arguments : - La moyenne mobile sert de support. - La...

Louis-Clément AZAIS d'UHART

Short term view - SWISS RE AG : Weak reaction on resistance.

In our previous short term analysis (09/11/2016), we were positive. We remain positive with a target at 95 CHF and an invalidation level at 88,9 CHF. The bullish trend unfolds. Arguments : - The moving average is supporting prices. - The reaction at the resistance is weak,...

Valérie GASTALDY

Medium term view - SWISS RE AG : The rising moving average confirms our opinion.

The trend is still bullish, the invalidation level is below CHF 83.90. The target is at CHF 99.75.Arguments :- The rising moving average confirms our opinion.

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