The Life and Health Embedded Value is an estimate of the economic value of insurance business including for covered business future profits on existing business, but excluding any profits on future new business. It corresponds to the total net of tax statutory profits distributable to the shareholders after allowance for the risks included in the covered business.
As of the financial year 2017, VIG reports the consolidated Embedded Value of its life and health businesses (Life and Health Embedded Value).
|Life and Health Embedded Value||Supplementary Information||released on|
|2018||812 KB||17 April 2019|
|2017||792 KB||18 April 2018|
Until 2016 the Group Embedded Value included the Market Consistent Embedded Value (MCEV) for the majority of the Life and Health (L&H) businesses and the Adjusted Net Asset Value (ANAV) for the majority of Property & Casualty (P&C) businesses.
|Group Embedded Value VIG||News Release||Presentation||Supplementary Information||released on|
|2016||151 KB||1.3 MB||548 KB||20 April 2017|
|2015||0.9 MB||424KB||237KB||07 April 2015|
|2014||306KB||189KB||242KB||14 April 2015|
|2013||108KB||184KB||1.1MB||10 April 2014|
|2012||44KB||179KB||878KB||03 April 2013|
|2011||50KB||206KB||1.1MB||29 March 2012|
|2010||74KB||148KB||31 March 2011|
|2009||55KB||97KB||646KB||31 March 2010|
|78KB||54KB||1.1MB||31 March 2009|
|2007||41KB||194KB||116KB||27 March 2008|
|2006||33KB||113KB||901KB||25 April 2007|