What sets us apart? We are somewhat different – in approach, in philosophy. In fact, we have been somewhat different ever since our foundation in 1966. And in 2005, we turned our approach into our slogan.
In 50 years to number 3
In 1966 the foundation of Hannover Re was laid in Bochum as the in-house reinsurer of an industrial mutual insurer. Today, we are the third-largest reinsurer in the world – with locations on every continent.
The challenge of demographics
Life expectancy is increasing around the globe – a major challenge for governments, enterprises and life insurers. As a reinsurer, we make future pension obligations estimable.
Not just for natural disasters
In 1982, when quota share arrangements were still the norm, Hannover Re increasingly began to focus on non-proportional business. To this day we continue to invest in building our actuarial know-how so as to ensure a differentiated approach to risk evaluation.
Reinsurance conference in Monte Carlo: Hannover Re anticipates greater price stability in the treaty renewals as at 1 January 2017
Hannover Re expects to see greater stability in prices and conditions for the treaty renewals as at 1 January 2017. Along with the growing area of cyber ...
Half-yearly Financial Report 2016: Hannover Re well on track to achieve its full-year targets
Net income for first half-year: EUR 486.1 million
(EUR 531.9 million)
Gross premium in line with expectations, currency-adjusted -1.5%
Hannover Re: Annual General Meeting adopts all proposed resolutions
The Annual General Meeting approved the proposal of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board to pay a gross dividend of EUR 4.75 per share for the ...
Quarterly Statement as at 31 March 2016: Hannover Re makes good start to the 2016 financial year
Group net income rises by 12.7% to EUR 271.2 million (EUR 240.7 million) after elimination of a positive special effect from the previous year ...
Annual Report 2015: Hannover Re posts fourth consecutive record year
Group net income increases by 16.7% to EUR 1.15 billion (EUR 985.6 million)
Gross premium growth: +18.8%;
Hannover Re largely satisfied with outcome of 1 January treaty renewals in property and casualty reinsurance
Markets remain highly competitive, but rate quality for the most part still acceptable
Pleasing outcomes in US business and in the German ...