SUNCORP News & Analysis
A rail freight operator, an insurance provider, and a data centre operator were among the notable purchases by Morningstar-rated fund managers...
Joshua Peach | 23 March 2023
Higher costs and rising interest rates have impacted the bottom lines of the insurers and Australia’s largest lender, but the outlook is to the...
Christine St Anne | 12 August 2022
Suncorp shareholders are selling at a premium while ANZ gets an easy way to scale up home and SME lending.
Nathan Zaia | 21 July 2022
ANZ's $4.9 billion acquisition of Suncorp's banking arm will need to deliver on its $260 million in cost synergies and more for shareholders to...
Nicola Chand | 18 July 2022
US equity markets have the worst half year since the 70's and Tyro CEO calls it quits.
Nicola Chand | 01 July 2022
Markets focused on floods and bushfires are missing how insurers are cutting costs, doing more digitally and are looking down the barrel of a lift in...
Emma Rapaport | 23 March 2022
Floods are a reminder of how insurers deal with natural catastrophes
Lewis Jackson | 09 April 2021
Bushfire claims have eaten into IAG and Suncorp’s natural hazard allowance but reinsurance provisions protect their earnings for now, writes...
Nathan Zaia | 17 January 2020
Despite a 4.7pc profit hit, CBA remains fairly valued, according to Morningstar, while Suncorp has made a wise management move, and AMP has had some...
Lex Hall | 09 August 2019
A $60 million cost blowout in the wake of the Hayne inquiry and a $200 million reinsurance bill led Suncorp to the year-on-year interim profit slump.
Emma Rapaport with AAP | 14 February 2019
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