Welcome to the Official Website of the Settlements Relating to the SCOR Holding (Switzerland) AG Securities Litigation.

This site is designed to provide investors in Converium Holding (AG) with information about settlement agreements recently entered into on their behalf.

On July 28, 2008, Public Employees' Retirement System of Mississippi and Avalon Holdings, Inc. announced that they had reached agreements with SCOR Holding (Switzerland) AG, the successor to Converium, and Zurich Financial Services ("ZFS"), Converium's former parent, to resolve the claims of U.S. residents who purchased Converium shares on the SWX Swiss Exchange or Converium American Depositary Shares ("ADSs") on the NYSE during the period from January 7, 2002 through September 2, 2004 (the "Class Period") and foreign investors who purchased Converium ADSs on the NYSE during the Class Period (the “Class Settlements”).

On December 12, 2008, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York approved the Class Settlements and entered an Order and Final Judgment which ends the action.

In addition, settlements on behalf of foreign investors who purchased Converium shares on the SWX Swiss Exchange or any other stock exchange outside the United States during the Class Period have been achieved, subject to approval by the Amsterdam Court of Appeals. These international settlements will be administered through the Stichting SCOR Securities Compensation Foundation. This website concerns the U.S. Action and related Class Settlements. For information about the international settlements, please visit www.ConveriumSettlements.com.

A copy of the Order and Final Judgment is available here.

At this time, information on the website only pertains to the Class Settlement. Additional information about the Foreign Settlement will be available here in the future.

A copy of the Notice to members of the Class Settlement is available here.

A copy of the Claim Form for the Class Settlement is available here.

Please click here for French, German and Italian translations of the Notice and Claim Form.