Our international operations

We have had operations abroad for more than 30 years, especially in the UK. We also are member of Eurapco and AMICE.

Our subsidiaries and holdings

Accordingly, the companies we acquire reflect our identity and are well placed to seize opportunities on their domestic markets:

British insurer formed from the merger of MMA Insurance, Provident Insurance and Gateway Insurance in 2012, Covéa Insurance offers a huge range of insurance products to more than a million customers in the UK.

In 2016, the Sunday Times ranked Covéa Insurance among the 100 best companies to work for in the UK. And in 2018, for de third consecutive year, it received at the British Insurance Awards the “Insurer of Individuals of the year” award.

CSE provides property insurance in the states of California, Utah, Nevada and Arizona and focuses its development mainly on the home, motor and small business segments. It distributes its products through a network of non-exclusive agents and a partnership in Utah.

Bipiemme Vita is an Italian insurer specialising in life insurance. It is the exclusive partner of Banco BPM Group and one of Italy’s leading players in this market. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Bipiemme Vita, Bipiemme Assicurazioni launched its property and casualty insurance business in October 2011.

AME Life Lux is a Luxembourg insurer currently working on commercial development in Italy in partnership with Banca Aletti (Banco BPM Group).

We take a similar approach to our equity investment in La Capitale, one of Quebec’s biggest insurance groups.

Last publications

SFCR Covea Insurance PLC 2018

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SFCR Bipiemme Vita 2018 italian version

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Our european partnerships

We are a member of Eurapco and AMICE, two organisations that bring together insurers from all over Europe.

Eurapco is an alliance of independant European mutual insurance groups of which Covéa has been a member for more than 15 years. It seeks to facilitate exchange between its members within working groups covering three main themes: digital transformation, public health spending and innovation.

The Association of Mutual Insurers and Insurance Cooperatives in Europe currently has over a hundred members in around 20 European countries. It offers members of all sizes a space in which to exchange know-how and experience beyond national borders. It also serves to promote the mutual and cooperative business model, in particular with regard to the European authorities.