Company

  • December 2012 First Convertible Bond Fund

  • August 2011 Launch of the Insurance-linked Securities activity

  • May 2011 First Fund of Leveraged Loans

  • April 2010 Launch of the High Yield management activity

  • May 2009 Autorité des marché financiers (AMF) agreement

  • 2008 Creation of SCOR Investment Partners

  • Sep. 2019 Acquisition of Coriolis Capital Limited

  • Feb. 2019 Fist fund of Sustainable bonds

  • Dec. 2016 Signature of the UNPRI

  • June 2015 SCOR GI becomes SCOR Investment Partners

  • September 2013 Infrastructure Debt

  • June 2013 First Real Estate Loans fund

The SCOR Group's asset manager

SCOR Investment Partners SE (previously called SCOR Global Investments SE) is the asset management company of the SCOR group, a leading global reinsurance group.
 
Regulated since May 2009 by the French financial market regulatory body, the Autorité des marchés financiers (“AMF”), SCOR Investment Partners manages or oversees the investment portfolio of SCOR Group’s entities, thanks to a team of experts with a diverse range of skills. SCOR’s investment portfolio stands at EUR 19.1 billion as at December 31, 2018.
 

Innovative solutions, open to external clients

In order to provide clients with access to innovative investment solutions, in markets with high entry barriers, SCOR Investment Partners has decided to open some funds, initially dedicated exclusively to SCOR, to institutional investors and corporations. Assets under management, or advised, amounted to EUR 13.9 billion as at December 31, 2018. The business activity amounts EUR 3.6 billion (commitments included) for third parties.

On september 10, 2019, SCOR Investment Partners acquired Coriolis Capital Limited (“Coriolis Capital”), a pioneer fund manager in Insurance-Linked Securities (“ILS”).

A broad range of expertise

With wide-ranging expertise in terms of asset classes and geographical areas covered, SCOR Investment Partners is structured around six desks :
  • Aggregate
  • High yield, Convertibles & Alternatives
  • Corporate Loans
  • Infrastructure
  • Real Estate
  • Insurance-linked Securities