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ESG-Green report 2016

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07/03/2017

A reinsurance group wholly-owned by the State of France, the CCR Group stands among the top 25 players in international reinsurance. Backed by the State's guarantee and working in the general interest, it provides the French market with coverage against natural disasters and other exceptional risks.

Since January 1, 2017, its subsidiary, CCR Re, operates in the life, non-life and specialty lines in France as well as in sixty countries worldwide.

The CCR Group is backed by proven expertise in risk modeling and forecasting and employs 271 professionals motivated by the satisfaction of their clients who deploy their talents with the highest degree of professionalism. Thanks to recognized skills and expertise that ensure profitability and sustainability, the CCR Group consistently meets the demands of its mission and the expectations of its shareholder.

This report has been drafted in accordance with article 173 VI of the French law of August 17, 2015 relating to energy transition towards green growth (article L 533-22-1 of the French Monetary and Financial Code) and the decree of December 29, 2015 that stipulates the conditions for the application of the aforesaid article.

Reinsurance companies are obligated to provide a report indicating the procedures they apply to take into account the criteria for compliance with environmental, social and governance objectives in their investment policy, and the means employed to contribute to the energy and ecological transition.

CCR consolidates its financial statements with those of its subsidiary CCR Re. It presents within this report the information required of CCR and CCR Re (hereinafter the CCR Group) in aggregate form pursuant to article 1 - IV, paragraph 4 of the French decree of December 29, 2015.

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ESG-Green report 2016

This report has been drafted in accordance with article 173 VI of the French law of August 17, 2015 relating to energy transition towards green growth (article L 533-22-1 of the French Monetary and Financial Code) and the decree of December 29, 2015 that stipulates the conditions for the application of the aforesaid article.

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