Coronavirus Economic Impact: Viral Spiral

Quarantined economics. What will be the impact of the coronavirus pandemic? Allianz economists do a reality check...

AGCS Global Risk Dialogue: ESG Risks to Watch

No one could have foreseen the challenges that 2020 brought our way. But what can be seen clearly is that some ESG risks for companies are brewing. AGCS Global Risk Dialogue identifies the five most important ESG risks for businesses this year...

Coronavirus: 3 Questions, 3 Answers

Coronavirus has thrown the best-laid plans for 2020 out of gear. Anne Lepetit, Chief Medical Officer of Allianz Partners, shares her expertise on Covid-19...

Allianz strengthens its Alternatives capabilities

Allianz announced its intention to combine the strengths of PIMCO, one of the world’s premier fixed income investment managers, and Allianz Real Estate, the captive real estate specialist with more than 70 billion euros of assets under management.

Allianz to invest in ControlExpert

Allianz X, the digital investment unit of Allianz Group, in cooperation with Allianz Germany, has entered into binding agreements with General Atlantic and other shareholders of ControlExpert for a majority investment in the company. The transaction is subject to the approval of the relevant antitrust authorities.

Klaus-Peter Röhler: Playing to win

In Klaus-Peter Röhler, the Allianz SE Board of Management gets a manager who leads by being one of the team members. Someone who doesn't put achievements on his personal scorecard but sees them as a collective win. People are never left behind when he evaluates projects. It is never about profit at any price.

Change to the Allianz SE Board of Management: Klaus-Peter Röhler succeeds Axel Theis

Axel Theis (62), Member of the Board of Management of Allianz SE responsible for insurance in German-speaking countries and Central and Eastern Europe, retires at his own request on March 31, 2020 after more than 33 years at Allianz.

Allianz receives Gold Class in 2020 Sustainability Award

Allianz has been included in the 2020 SAM Sustainability Yearbook, one of the most comprehensive annual publications on corporate sustainability, achieving SAM’s Gold class award.

Allianz reports 11.9 billion euros operating profit in 2019 – the fifth consecutive increase

Allianz Group achieved outstanding results in revenues, operating profit and net income in 2019 despite a further decline in interest rates. Internal revenue growth, which adjusts for currency and consolidation effects, amounted to 5.9 percent, driven by all business segments.