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“Don’t become a man, you don’t need to”
Allianz has pledged that the percentage of women in the talent pool for top management will rise to 30 percent until year-end 2015. In the following interview Ida Luka-Lognoné, Member of the Board of Allianz Worldwide Partners, gives her personal insights on career development.
How to design an extremely safe car
Could a vehicle that takes inspiration from jet fighters and racing cars point the way to greater road safety in the future?
Lights out for the Carnival of Brazil?
It’s the world’s biggest party. Up to one million tourists and four million local residents will dance the samba on the streets of Brazil. But this year, Brazil is facing a formidable challenge: drought and water shortages.
Risk: a vital part of the human experience
Reckless, dangerous and foolhardy? Or thrilling and adventurous? The book “Risk Wise” takes readers on a journey into the world of risk.
Allianz raises target for real asset based financing to 110 billion eurosFeb 26, 2015 –
Target previously at 80 billion euros / Maximilian Zimmerer: “Our customers benefit from attractive returns.”
Allianz continues to grow in revenues and profitsFeb 26, 2015 –
Revenues up 10.4 percent to 122.25 billion euros / Operating profit grows 3.3 percent to 10.40 billion euros / Net income attributable to shareholders rises 3.8 percent to 6.22 billion euros / New dividend policy leads to proposed dividend of 6.85 euros per share / Operating profit outlook for 2015: 10.4 billion euros, plus/minus 400 million euros
Women in leadership at AllianzFeb 25, 2015 –
Allianz is committed to diversity and career development for women. The company has pledged that the percentage of women in the talent pool for top management will rise to 30 percent until year-end 2015. In the following interviews female top managers of Allianz Group share their personal insights.
KulturAllianzen: a special campaign for disadvantaged young peopleFeb 25, 2015 –
Allianz is celebrating its 125th anniversary by helping others. Allianz employees can submit their own ideas on how to help disadvantaged young people. Michael M. Thoss, head of the Allianz Cultural Foundation, tells us what KulturAllianzen could look like, and how to promote a campaign.
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