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Swiss Life Holding AG

SLHN.S

Latest Trade

498.70CHF

Change

-1.50(-0.30%)

Volume

18,049

Today's Range

498.30

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501.00

52 Week Range

365.40

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508.40

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Pricing

Previous Close
500.20
Open
500.80
Volume
18,049
3M AVG Volume
3.49
Today's High
501.00
Today's Low
498.30
52 Week High
508.40
52 Week Low
365.40
Shares Out (MIL)
33.18
Market Cap (MIL)
16,804.02
Forward P/E
14.02
Dividend (Yield %)
2.70

Next Event

Swiss Life Holding AG at UBS European Conference

Latest Developments

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Swiss Life Says 9M Premiums Rise 25% To CHF 18.0 Bln

Swiss Life: We Expect Single Premiums To Return To More Normal Level Next Year

Terreis Shareholders Approve Disposal Of Real Estate Assets Portfolio To Swiss Life

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About Swiss Life Holding AG

Swiss Life Holding AG is a Switzerland-based holding company and provider of life insurance and pension solutions and services. The Company's business is divided into seven segments: Insurance Switzerland, Insurance France, Insurance Germany, Insurance International, Investment Management, AWD and Other. The insurance segments primarily consist of life insurance operations, which offer a range of life, pension, annuity and investment-type policies to both groups and individuals, including disability coverage. The Company focuses primarily on life and pensions in Switzerland, France and Germany and a range of business from Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Singapore and Dubai. Investment Management refers to the management of assets for institutional clients and the Company’s insurance business, as well as the provision of advice for such clients. AWD comprises the Hanover-based AWD Group, which specialises in financial advisory services for medium and high-income client segments.

Industry

Insurance (Life)

Contact Info

c/o Swiss Life AG

General-Guisan-Quai 40

+41.43.2843311

http://www.swisslife.com

Executive Leadership

Rolf Doerig

Independent Chairman of the Board of Directors

Patrick Frost

Group Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Corporate Executive Board

Frank Schnewlin

Independent Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors

Matthias R. Aellig

Group Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Corporate Executive Board

Charles Relecom

Chief Executive Officer, France, Member of the Corporate Executive Board

Key Stats

2.92 mean rating - 12 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, CHF)

2016

19.7K

2017

18.8K

2018

20.1K

2019(E)

22.7K
EPS (CHF)

2016

27.270

2017

29.630

2018

31.490

2019(E)

35.685
Price To Earnings (TTM)
14.90
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.71
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.03
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
10.50
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
20.71
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
20.71
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.51

Latest News

Latest News

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UPDATE 1-Swiss Life targets higher payout ratio, announces 1 bln Sfr share buyback

Swiss Life Holding AG said on Thursday it wanted to increase its dividend payout ratio to 50-60 percent in the next three years and announced a share buyback programme of 1 billion Swiss francs ($1.01 billion) over the next 13 months.

BRIEF-Swiss Life looking at bolt-on acquisitions

* SWISS LIFE CFO SAYS WE ARE LOOKING AT SOME BOLT-ON ACQUISITIONS

UPDATE 1-Swiss Life placed to hit 2018 targets after profit beat

Swiss Life said it had achieved its fee result target a year earlier than planned and was ahead of schedule with two of its other 2018 goals as it reported better-than-expected 2017 net profit on Tuesday.

Swiss Life 2017 net profit beats expectations

Swiss Life said it had achieved its fee result target a year earlier than planned and was ahead of schedule with three of its other 2018 goals as it reported better-than-expected 2017 net profit on Tuesday.

BRIEF-Swiss Life CFO: three-quarters of targeted 100 million Sfr cost cuts by end-2018 already implemented

* no further news on U.S. Department of Justice inquiry into its wrapper business

UPDATE 1-Swiss Life confirms 2017 targets as fee income, premiums rise

Swiss Life confirmed its 2017 financial targets as it took in more premiums in its insurance business and generated more income from asset management in the first nine months.

UPDATE 1-Swiss Life raises H1 profit as real estate helps

Swiss Life on Wednesday posted a larger-than-expected rise in half-year profit as growing real estate holdings helped increase income at Switzerland's biggest life insurer.

BRIEF-Swiss Life CEO: good progress will positively impact future dividend payout ratio

* good progress on targets will positively impact future dividend payout ratio

Swiss Life H1 profit beats expectations

Swiss Life on Wednesday posted a larger-than-expected rise in half-year profit despite trimming back business in its core life insurance operations.

BRIEF-Hispania in talks with Swiss Life, among others, to sell office assets

* SAYS IS IN CONTACT WITH POTENTIAL BUYERS INCLUDING SWISS LIFE, WITH NO DEAL REACHED YET Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Swiss Life CFO: well on track to achieve 2017 targets

* CFO says well on track to achieve 2017 financial targets Further company coverage: (Reporting by Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi)

UPDATE 1-Swiss Life marks 'good start' to 2017 despite premiums fall

Swiss Life said it was making progress on its 2018 strategic goals thanks to growth in its fee business and third-party asset management despite lower first-quarter premiums.

Swiss Life Q1 gross premiums fall to 6.54 bln Sfr

Insurer Swiss Life saw first-quarter premiums fall 1 percent in local currency to 6.54 billion Swiss francs ($6.50 billion), it said on Wednesday, slightly behind market expectations.

Swiss Life CEO takes sabbatical to fight cancer

Swiss Life Holding Chief Executive Patrick Frost will take a sabbatical until mid-August to undergo treatment for cancer, Switzerland's largest life insurer said on Thursday.

BRIEF-Swiss Life CEO: won't raise 2018 targets but can surpass them anyway

When asked whether Swiss Life would raise its 2018 targets in an analyst call, Chief Executive Patrick Frost said:

UPDATE 1-Swiss Life lifts dividend after full-year profit rise

Swiss Life boosted its dividend to 11 Swiss francs per share for 2016 after reporting a 5 percent rise in full-year net profit to 926 million Swiss francs ($915 million) on Friday.

BRIEF-Swiss Life CEO says implemented 59 mln of 100 mln Sfr cost savings goal

* CEO says implemented 59 million of 100 million Sfr 2018 cost savings target -newswires call Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Zurich Newsroom)

Swiss Life proposes 11 Sfr/shr dividend; FY net profit up 5 pct

Swiss Life on Friday proposed to boost its dividend to 11 Swiss francs per share for 2016 after full-year net profit rose 5 percent to 926 million Swiss francs ($914.6 million).

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