SCOR’s Joint Shareholders’ Meeting on May 18, 2022-SCOR’s shareholders will adopt all resolutions proposed as the Group further strengthens its strategy for sustainable development-2022 5 May 18th 13:52

press release

May 18, 2022-No.11

SCOR Joint General Assembly


May 18, 2022

SCOR shareholders

Adopt all proposed resolutions

When the Group is further strengthening

His strategy

In favor of sustainable development

The extraordinary General Assembly of Skoll SE was held on May 18, 2022 at Registration Office 5, Avenue Kleber, 75016 Paris, in Paris, chaired by Mr. Dennis Kessler, Chairman of the Board of Directors of SCORSE. ..

All resolutions proposed by the board of directors were approved by the general meeting.

In particular, the renewal of directors of Natasha Vala and Fabrice Brezier has been approved.

The General Assembly approved a resolution to raise the age limit of the Chairman of the Board to 72 years. Denis Kessler will continue his term as Chairman of the Board of Directors of SCOR until the end of his term, which expires at the end of the 2024 General Assembly.

The General Assembly approved the payment of a dividend of € 1.80 per share for the 2021 fiscal year. The ex-dividend date was set to May 20, 2022, and the payment date was set to May 24, 2022.




SCOR has long been involved in the fight against climate change. The Group has taken a number of steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote a just transition to a low-carbon economy. Supporting clients to adapt their business models to this goal is part of SCOR’s contribution to social well-being, resilience and sustainable development.

As a founding member of the Net Zero Insurance Alliance, SCOR is constantly adapting its underwriting operations to actively participate in the transition to carbon neutrality. The Group can only achieve this goal by combining measures to mitigate climate change and adapt to new conditions, with the support of a strong commitment to customers and their partners and a proactive approach to transition. I’m sure.

At the General Assembly, SCOR announced two new measures for special insurance


We support a low-carbon economy and thereby strengthen our sustainable development strategy.

  • No compensation for new projects


    Of the oil fields from 2023

  • Ambition: Double coverage


    It will be linked to low carbon energy by 2025.

Detailed results of the resolution vote are available on the company’s website at the following address: https: //




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SCOR, the world’s leading reinsurance company

SCOR, the world’s fourth-largest reinsurance company, provides clients with innovative and diverse solutions and services for risk management and risk management. With the motto “Art and Science of Risk”, the Group uses its industry-recognized expertise and cutting-edge financial solutions to help people’s well-being and resilience.

SCOR offers clients a very high level of security, as evidenced by the AA level of financial ratings given by S & P, Moody’s, Fitch and AM Best. The group recorded premiums of over € 17.5 billion in 2021. Represented through 36 offices around the world, we serve customers in more than 160 countries.

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Special insurance: Large-scale industrial risk, underwriting risk-to-risk (underwriting with the insurance company’s portfolio approach as opposed to reinsurance contracts)


By 2050, exceptions may be granted to companies affiliated with Net-Zero, as defined by the Science-Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) or equivalent third-party assessments.


For power generation, storage, and transmission based on estimated total premium income (“EGPI”): Estimated total premium for 2020