Information Policy

As a global company, Swiss Re strives to inform its stakeholders openly, consistently and in a transparent manner – beyond the minimum legal information requirements.

Swiss Re maintains open lines of communication with stakeholders on matters related to its financial and business performance, strategy and business activities through analyst and media conferences and calls, road shows, news releases and corporate reports. The latter encompass the company’s Annual Report, the Half-Year Report and the Sustainability Report, which are made available both in print and digitally. Additionally, Swiss Re publishes the Financial Condition Report, solvency reports for the regulated entities and key quarterly financial information online.

On the Group’s website (, visitors can find a host of news and research, publications, video and podcasts as well as discussion and analysis related to Swiss Re and the broader re/insurance industry. The financial calendar displayed below is also available online, and includes, amongst other things access details for analyst conference calls as well as on-demand video recordings of annual and half-year results’ events and Q1/Q3 key financial figures.

At, interested parties – internal or external – can subscribe to the Media Relations mailing list to receive ad hoc disclosures and relevant corporate news via email. Contact details are provided in Contacts.

The Swiss Official Gazette of Commerce (Schweizerisches Handelsamtsblatt) is Swiss Re’s official medium for prescribed announcements and official information.

The Chairman conducts an annual corporate governance roadshow to visit and engage in an ongoing dialogue with Swiss Re’s largest shareholders. Throughout the year, our Investor Relations team, often joined by our Executive Management, holds regular meetings with institutional investors and analysts, including roadshows, conferences and calls.

On 23 May 2019, Swiss Re hosted Management Dialogues in London, where Jayne Plunkett, former CEO Reinsurance Asia, provided insights on the Asia strategy and growth. Jason Richards, Head Casualty Underwriting Reinsurance, explained Casualty’s risks and opportunities and Thierry Léger, CEO Life Capital, and Pravina Ladva, CTOO Life Capital, explained the iptiQ strategy. At the Investor’s day in London on 25 November 2019, the Group CEO, Christian Mumenthaler, provided an update on the Group strategy, John R. Dacey, the Group CFO, on Swiss Re’s financial strength and capital management, and the Group CIO, Guido Fürer, on the Group’s asset management. The Business Unit CEOs gave updates on the businesses of the three Business Units, Reinsurance, Corporate Solutions and Life Capital, and the Chairman Swiss Re Institute & Group CUO spoke about Reinsurance’s capital portfolio steering. The presentations as well as the conference call recordings from these events are available at:

Swiss Re strictly observes close periods around the publication of the Group’s financial results. Close periods apply through the preparation of results or key financial data, and include a cooling-off period after their release. During such close periods, Swiss Re employees and members of the Board of Directors are not allowed to trade Swiss Re shares or financial instruments related to such shares.

Important dates in 2020



Annual results 2019



Publication of Annual Report 2019 and 2019 EVM results as well as the AGM 2020 invitation



156th Annual General Meeting



Release of first quarter 2020 key financial data



Management Dialogues, Zurich



Half-year 2020 results



Release of nine months 2020 key financial data



Investors’ day, Zurich