|Traded as||Euronext: SCR|
|Denis Kessler (Chairman and CEO)|
|Services||Reinsurance, asset management|
|Revenue||€11.3 billion (2014)|
|€825 million (2014)|
|Profit||€512 million (2014)|
|Total assets||€24.9 billion (2014)|
|Total equity||€5.7 billion (end 2014)|
SCOR is a French-based group of financial services companies, primarily focused on reinsurance. Created in 1970 with the backing of the French government its original name was Société Commerciale de Réassurance, hence SCOR. The SE means it is a "Societas Europaea" or European Society. In 2007, it became the first French listed company to use the "SE" acronym in its name.
The main companies of SCOR SE (officially typeset SCOR) include SCOR Global P&C, which provides property and casualty reinsurance, SCOR Global Life, which provides life reinsurance, and SCOR Global Investments, an asset management company.
The firm became the world's fifth-largest reinsurer with the CHF 3.4 billion acquisition of Swiss peer Converium in 2007.
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