[SULA 1/GRI 102-10]

  • 2020

    Sale of saving bonds portfolio and the minority stake in Caixa Capitalização S.A. to Icatu

    Conclusion of the investment in Órama

  • 2019

    Conclusion of the Prodent acquisition

    R$700 MM debenture issue

    Swiss Re sells its stake of 14.9% in SulAmérica to the market

  • 2018

    IFC sells its stake of 7.8% in SulAmérica to the market

  • 2017

    R$500 MM debenture issue

  • 2016

    R$500 MM debenture issue

  • 2015

    Joint Venture with Sharecare Brasil (formerly named Healthways Brasil) 

    Sale of Large Risks portfolio and Agreement with Axa Corporate Solutions Brasil

    Sale and partial transfer of Mortgage Insurance Portfolio of Market Policies to PAN Seguros S.A.

  • 2014

    R$500 MM debenture issue

    ING sells remaining 10.0% stake in a block trade to the market

  • 2013

    Corporate reorganization of Sulasa and ING – concluded in Jan/14

    SulAmérica operates in the capitalization (premium savings bond) segment, with the conclusion of the SulaCap acquisition.

    ING sells part of its stake in SulAmérica to IFC (7.8% of total capital)

    Swiss Re buys 14.9% of the capital of SulAmérica, through negotiations with ING and the  Larragoiti Family

    New brand launched in December

  • 2012

    Debenture issuance of R$500 million

  • 2010

    Termination of the joint venture with Banco do Brasil and the acquisition of Brasil Saúde

    Acquisition of Dental Plan

  • 2007

    SulAmérica issues US$200 million in Eurobonds

    In October 2007, SulAmérica raises R$775 million through its IPO. The units of the Company are traded at Level 2 Corporate Governance of the BM&FBOVESPA (currently named B3)

  • 2001

    ING acquires Aetna’s stake and in 2002, and a new partnership is established with Sulamérica’s holding company

  • 1997

    SulAmérica and Aetna International form a joint venture in the health, life and private pension segments

  • 1996

    SulAmérica starts its asset management operation

  • 1987

    SulAmérica begins to operate in the private pension segment

  • 1970

    SulAmérica enters the healthcare business, with ASO (Administrative Services Only) operations

  • 1929

    SulAmérica expands its portfolio to auto and other property and casualty insurance

  • 1895

    SulAmérica is founded as a life insurance company in Brazil

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