Directors' dealings and equity holdings

In accordance with article 19 of the EU Market Abuse Regulation, persons discharging managerial responsibilities for issuers shall notify the issuer and the competent authority of every transaction conducted on their own account relating to the shares or debt instruments of that issuer or to derivatives or other financial instruments linked thereto promptly and no later than three business days after the date of the transaction. This obligation also applies to persons closely associated with such persons.
Directors' dealings according to article 19 of the EU Market Abuse Regulation
Allianz publishes these notifications – along with other mandatory reports – via EQS Group AG:

The members of the Board of Management are obliged to build up share ownership within three years:

  • Chairman of the Board: two times base salary, i.e. 4,013 thou euros.
  • Regular board member: one time base salary, i.e. 1,024 thou euros.

Holding is required for the entire term of service on the Board of Management.

Shares will be acquired through mandatory pay component conversion to avoid insider trading.

The holding obligation ceases with the end of the mandate.

Allianz SE meets its publication obligations pursuant to the German Securities Trading Act (WpHG) via the EQS Group AG service.

The full version of all Inside Information, directors' dealings and notifications relating to both voting rights and total voting rights, as well as other disclosures that extend beyond the statutory publication obligations, particularly relating to our fiscal year and quarterly results, can be found here:
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The remuneration of the Board of Management is focused on sustainability and aligned with shareholder interests.
Find out more about the shareholder structure of Allianz SE.
Here you find information on the AGM of Allianz SE.