Launch of Opening New Ways the new 2022-2024 Strategic Plan of Gruppo Unipol
Industrial and financial targets up compared to the 2019-2021 Strategic Plan
Consolidated results at 31 march 2022 approved
Opening New Ways plans to expand the position of the Gruppo Unipol by continuing to “open new ways” in the Mobility, Welfare and Property ecosystems and in Bancassurance.
The new Plan uses the distinctive assets of the Gruppo Unipol as leverage and is based on five strategic guidelines.
Opening New Ways – Strategic Plan Guidelines and Assets
The board of directors of Unipol Gruppo S.p.A., which met yesterday under the chairmanship of Carlo Cimbri, approved the strategic plan for the 2022-2024 three-year period “Opening New Ways” and the consolidated results at 31 March 2022.
Carlo Cimbri, Chairperson of Unipol Gruppo, said “We present the first strategic plan for a new chapter in the history of Unipol today. This group has the ability to reinvent itself and give continuity to governance, create value for shareholders and foresee new requirements, expectations and the need for protection by the public and businesses, encouraged by our leadership in the mobility, welfare and property ecosystems. Innovation and the digital evolution will guide the development of the group over the next few years, opening new ways in the core insurance business in line with our strategic vision”.
Matteo Laterza, Managing Director of Unipol Gruppo, said “We have a strong market position and distinctive assets on which we intend to capitalise in a complex economic and market context to reinforce our leadership in the insurance world and expand our presence in the mobility, welfare and property ecosystems. We have set financial and industrial targets with Opening New Ways, and paid close attention to shareholder remuneration and maintaining a solid capital base, in keeping with Group tradition”.
The Gruppo Unipol has always devised strategies aimed at creating value for all its stakeholders on the basis of the following distinctive assets.
Consolidated results as at 31 March 2022 presented:
- Consolidated net profit €246m
- Direct insurance income €3.4bn (+8.4% compared to 31 March 2021)
- Non-life business: €2.0bn (+5.5%)
- Life business: €1.4bn (+12.9%)
- Combined ratio net of reinsurance at 93%
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