Our industry-leading approach integrates ESG concerns by applying Allianz Group-wide corporate rules and ESG instruments across all our underwriting, investment, and asset management activities.
Examples of ESG risks include human rights violations, illegal logging activities, or severe corruption allegations.
However, ESG factors can also present opportunities to induce positive change, such as increased requirements for renewable energy investments or offering solutions for emerging markets. We aim to lead our industry in integrating ESG factors into our insurance and investment decisions.
We believe that the world would be a better place if people were more resilient.
Our business will be stronger with resilient employees. Society is stronger when people are more resilient to change and adversity. Our communities and businesses will be more sustainable if they are resilient to external challenges and our world can become more resilient to challenges like climate change and disasters.
We know that insurance helps build resilience by enabling people and businesses to carry on when the worst happens, but also by helping them to manage potential risks in the first place.
You never know what is around the next corner, but we believe that resilient people and businesses can come back from life’s setbacks stronger than ever.
Our corporate responsibility activity is based around making our customers, employees and society more resilient.