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  1. Higher profit for Baloise in 2016

    "I am very satisfied with our results for 2016. We generated growth in our target segments, further increased our profitability and improved our profit to shareholders for the period by 4.45 per cent to around CHF 5354 million. I'm delighted that the proposed dividend increase our request to increase the dividend to to CHF 5.20 per share will enable the shareholders of Baloise to benefit from this success," commented Gert De Winter, Group CEO, on Baloise's results for 2016. "The end of the 2016 financial year also marks the successful completion of a three-year strategic phase. At the start of 2017, Baloise embarked on its Simply Safe strategic journey, which defines three targets to be achieved by 2021: cash of CHF 2 billion is to be returned to the holding company to invest in future profitable growthfor the purpose of profit-bringing capital expenditure and to maintain our attractive shareholder policy, an additional one million customers are to be signed up (an increase of 30 per cent) and we aim to become one of the most popular employers in the sector," continued De Winter.

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  2. Baloise publishes offer prospectus for the public takeover offer for Pax Anlage AG

    As stated in the pre-announcement dated 6 January 2017, Baloise Life Ltd, a subsidiary of Bâloise Holding Ltd, has today published the offer prospectus for the public takeover offer for all publicly held registered shares in Pax Anlage AG.

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  3. Baloise joins fintech incubator and accelerator 'F10'

    Baloise has become a corporate member of 'F10', a Swiss fintech incubator and accelerator. It has thus gained exclusive access to highly promising international fintech start-ups, new technologies and business models with disruptive potential.

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News 2016

  1. Baloise increases its share buy-back programme

    Baloise is increasing the volume of share repurchases announced at the Investor Day in October 2016 from one million to three million. As part of its positive shareholder policy, Baloise is thus counteracting the dilution of earnings per share resulting from a convertible bond that reached maturity in November 2016.

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News 2015

  1. Changes to Baloise Board of Directors and new CEO for Belgium

    Belgian Hugo Lasat is to join the Board of Directors of Bâloise Holding Ltd. At the same time, Eveline Saupper has announced that she will not be standing for re-election. Henk Janssen has been appointed new CEO of Baloise Insurance in Belgium.

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News 2014

  1. Basler Germany: Change to management team

    Jürg Schiltknecht, the acting Deputy CEO and CFO of Basler Versicherungen in Germany, will become CEO of Basler Versicherungen in Germany as of 1 May 2015. He will succeed Jan De Meulder, who is set to retire on 30 April 2015.

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News 2013

  1. Baloise strengthens its position in Luxembourg

    Baloise Luxembourg is to purchase the Luxembourg business of the Belgian P&V Assurances insurance company. With this purchase, Baloise will increase the market share of its life and non-life businesses in Luxembourg to more than 10 per cent in each sector, thus significantly strengthening its position in the Luxembourg market.

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