Assura pays 30 million customers back
The health insurer Assura has won another good year in 2018 and for the first time allows customers to take part in it. For this purpose, the Vaudländer Group has put £ 30 million back on its account funds.
Assura's mandatory basic insurance covers a million good customers. By the end of the year, around half of them would receive a refund between CHF 40 and CHF 100 per person to insure, the media group in Lausanne promised on Thursday. The charges range from chanton to ganton.
Despite the provision, Assura continues to report a net profit of 61.9 million Swiss francs for the past year. In 2017, the profits were even higher at nearly 90 million. At the time, however, reversing provision in relation to legal proceedings which the Group considered good favored the outcome of 42 million.
Switzerland's third health insurance premium company increased its income by 12 per cent to 3.8 billion Swiss francs. The number of insurers has climbed above the million mark for the first time in history. Assura has anchored strongly in western Switzerland. Because every third resident had to insure it, it was said.
Even after paying the bonus success to its customers, the solvency ratio in basic insurance remains above the threshold of 150 percent. The key figure shows whether an insurer has set aside enough capital to pay for insurance benefits. (EIA / AWP)
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