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May 25, 2023
"The debt problem is shifting to core Europe"
In this interview with the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Oliver Bäte delved into a wide range of topics, among them the challenges within the banking sector and the implications of inflation on the insurance industry.
Leadership appointments for Allianz Commercial in Iberia and Latin America
Allianz Commercial provides one face to the market in each region, covering the full Commercial segment for both mid-sized and large companies under a single Managing Director. • Clients and distribution partners to benefit from simple access to wide range of solutions under the new global ‘Allianz Commercial’ business model.
Allianz Global Insurance Report 2023: Anchor in turbulent times
Total global insurance premium income amounted to almost EUR5.6trn in 2022. Life remains the largest segment (EUR2.6trn), ahead of p&c (EUR1.8trn) and health (EUR1.1trn). In 2022, the premium pool grew by EUR259bn or +4.9% – against the backdrop of a global inflation rate of 8.6%.
On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. Viewed by many at the time with suspicion and dread, it has gone on to have a profound impact globally.
The 2022 edition of the People Fact Book is once again a snapshot of the Allianz workforce, highlighting key achievements over the past year. It provides comprehensive information on global and regional levels across the Allianz Group.
Allianz has embraced the flexibility of cross-border remote work as part of its new Ways of Working. Today, employees are eligible to work up to 25 days per year from outside their country of employment. Olaf Kliesow, Head of Global Reward, Performance and Mobility, explains what makes working remotely across borders both an achievement and a valuable benefit.
Since the beginning of this year, food prices have become a major driver of overall inflation and are expected to account for almost a third of inflation in Europe. Even though overall inflation has started slowing, our experts expect food inflation to remain high for at least another quarter before price pressures abate.
As governments seek to meet commitments to avert catastrophic climate change, their gaze is increasingly falling onto hydrogen, the most abundant element on the planet, to play a critical role in securing a clean and affordable energy future.
In an interview with the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Oliver Bäte delved into a wide range of topics, from the challenges within the banking sector to the short and long-term implications of inflation on the insurance industry. He also spoke about the impact of changing interest rates on Allianz’s financial performance and discussed potential models for the future success of Germany’s economy.
Agustín de la Cuerda appointed as Commercial Managing Director for Iberia, and David Colmenares as Commercial Managing Director for Latin America. • Allianz Commercial provides one face to the market in each region, covering the full Commercial segment for both mid-sized and large companies under a single Managing Director. • Clients and distribution partners to benefit from simple access to wide range of solutions under the new global ‘Allianz Commercial’ business model.
What impact does inflation have on pensions? Should life insurance customers be afraid of inflation? And is it a good idea to cancel or pause your policy in order to save money for high energy prices? Lukas Junker, Head of Global Center of Competence Life at Allianz SE, addresses these questions and more.
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