La valeur du jour en Europe – Generali : les investisseurs boudent ses résultats

(AOF) – Generali loses 1.51% to 14.66 euros and finds itself at the bottom of the Italian index, FTSE MIB. The Italian insurer has yet revealed superior results for the first half of the year. According to UBS, toutes les divisions, life assurance, dommages et gestion d’actifs, ont fait mieux que prévue. Dans son communiqué, le directeur général, Philippe Donnet, sé est felicité de “cette solide performance” in “un contexte géopolitique et macroéconomique de plus en plus incertain”.

In the first part of the year, its net result was down 9% to 1.40 billion euros, weakened by the 138 million euros depreciation of its investments in Russia.

The operating result increased by 4.8% to 3.14 billion euros, where le marché anticipates 2.964 billion euros. It benefited from the strong progression des profits of l’activité d’assurance-vie: +17.1% to 1.69 billion euros.

Generali was part of a combined ratio in augmentation of 2.8 points to 92.5%. Plus cet indicatore est faible et inferior à 100, plus l’activité d’assurance est rentable.

La marge sur affaires nouvelles, a key indicator of the sector, has, elle, progressed by 59 basis points to 5.23%.

The asset management activity of an operational result of 3.3% to 503 million euros. And, due to the decline in markets, the stock fell by 10.3% to 516.2 billion euros, Generali recorded a collection of 2.1 billion euros over the semester.

Les primes brutes émises du groupe, correspondent au chiffre d’affaires, ont progressé de 2.4% à 41.9 milliards d’euros, sustainede par l’assurance dommages (+8.5%). The consensus is high at 41.12 billion euros.

Regarding its financial solidity, the Axa competitor finished the semester with a Solvency II ratio of 233%, an improvement of 6 points in a year. Those who take into account the share buyback program of 500 million euros, which will be implemented every semester.

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