Allianz top-ranked in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Rating

Continued external recognition for Allianz' sustainability performance / Latest Dow Jones Sustainability Index reconfirms Allianz' top position among insurance sector leaders / Allianz demonstrates leadership in integrating sustainability into core business processes and activities

Allianz' environmental, social and corporate governance performance

In its tenth Sustainable Development Report, Allianz shows how the principle of sustainable business is increasingly integrated into core processes. The Report highlights how Allianz addresses the challenges of five global issues.

Allianz will propose to the Annual General Meeting to change to fixed Supervisory Board remuneration

Board of Management and Supervisory Board of Allianz SE intend to propose to its shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on May 4, 2011, to change to a pure fixed remuneration of the Supervisory Board. This is part of the compliance declaration of Allianz SE regarding to the recommendations of the "German Corporate Governance Code Government Commission", which was published today.

Allianz again listed in DJSI World Index

Allianz has improved its overall score in the latest Dow Jones Sustainability Index rating. The company has been included in the DJSI since 2000.

Sustainable Development Report 2010

760 million Euro invested in renewables / 3.8 million new microinsurance customers / 50 million Euro invested in Global Water Fund / Demographic change – 2.1 million Super Fit premiums in five months / 36,634 Gigajoules energy captured from IT hardware

Insurance Times Awards 2009

Allianz Insurance was awarded the Corporate Sustainability Award at the Insurance Times Awards 2009. Allianz Insurance HR Director, Philip Gennoy, was there to collect the award.

Allianz strengthens its sustainable remuneration system

Supervisory Board approves changes to executive remuneration effective 2010 / Performance goals for top managers will be linked even more strongly to criteria for sustainable corporate success and the strategy of the Allianz Group / Strengthens application of the 'malus' system / Reflects all new legislation for Board mandates / Simplified system for variable compensation will be implemented across the Group

A squirrel, a pig and a saver puppet

On October 31, 1925 the first World Savings Day, which was established in 1924, was celebrated by European savings banks to promote the virtue of savings towards old age. To encourage savings, local savings banks in each country had special symbolic mascots to promote savings as a virtue to their young customers.

Saving for old age more important than ever

World Savings Day celebrated for the 85th time / Saving for old age more important than ever in times of crisis / Although crisis did not influence savings behaviour negatively until now, this could change in the future / Individual pension provision through solid investment strategies will gain importance considering demographic developments