The raising follows on the heels of major fundraising by rivals
Notes priced higher than other recent issues
Move comes after UK insurer paid full 2019 dividends to shareholders
Group also paid higher charges in Q1
Situation is now "largely reversed"
Willis Re report details the pandemic's likely impact on the global reinsurance sector
Swiss Re expects real GDP to fall 3% in the US and 4.5% in Europe
Global GDP to contract 15% in Q2, says chief economist
One-third of strike, riot and civil commotion losses incurred by retailers, says PCS report
Italian insurer "wants to consider sustainability in capital management solutions"
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