Dow Jones Sustainability Index recognizes Allianz as a Sustainable Insurer and underpins transition efforts – “It’s an incentive to continue our work!”

Allianz received a score of 82 (out of 100) in the 2023 Standard & Poor (S&P) Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA), underlying the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), as of 24 November 2023. The results reflect Allianz's long-standing commitment to driving positive social and environmental change as well as building meaningful partnerships to shape a better, more sustainable future.

"The CSA score and DJSI ranking are important third-party indications that enable us to fine-tune our strategies and identify areas for improvement," says Emilia Macarie, Chief Sustainability Officer of Allianz Group. 

"As a global company, we have a responsibility to society: to our customers, employees and partners. Whether it is our work on climate change, our sustainable business offering or our social initiatives, we want to help ensure a future for society on a planet worth living on. We do this through a focus on driving the integration of sustainable practices into our own operations and across our businesses. As with any transformation, we recognize the enormous effort required and are constantly learning and adjusting our approach for the better. We want to foster a responsible transition while staying on course for our 2050 net-zero commitment. Our ranking and rating in DJSI are a reminder of the progress we have made and all that lies ahead.”

S&P Global's CSA, which forms the basis of the widely recognized DJSI, is a comprehensive assessment of a company's sustainability efforts. It assesses a range of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, including but not limited to carbon emissions, diversity and inclusion, labor practices and governance structure.

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The Allianz Group is one of the world's leading insurers and asset managers with around 125 million* private and corporate customers in nearly 70 countries. Allianz customers benefit from a broad range of personal and corporate insurance services, ranging from property, life and health insurance to assistance services to credit insurance and global business insurance. Allianz is one of the world’s largest investors, managing around 737 billion euros** on behalf of its insurance customers. Furthermore, our asset managers PIMCO and Allianz Global Investors manage about 1.7 trillion euros** of third-party assets. Thanks to our systematic integration of ecological and social criteria in our business processes and investment decisions, we are among the leaders in the insurance industry in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. In 2023, over 157,000 employees achieved total business volume of 161.7 billion euros and an operating profit of 14.7 billion euros for the group.
* Including non-consolidated entities with Allianz customers.
** As of December 31, 2023.
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