AXA FY 2012 - Interview with Chairman & CEO Henri de Castries
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http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/8knews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130221:nBw206929a PARIS--(Business Wire)-- AXA, a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, reports 2012 results. Henri de Castries, Chairman & CEO of AXA, comments on the performance. Click to watch the video: http://bit.ly/WWAA67 Topics covered in the interview include: - 2012 performance - Ambition AXA update - Outlook About the AXA Group The AXA Group is a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, with 163,000 employees serving 101 million clients in 57 countries. In 2011, IFRS revenues amounted to Euro 86.1 billion and IFRS underlying earnings to Euro 3.9 billion. AXA had Euro 1,065 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2011. The AXA ordinary share is listed on compartment A of Euronext Paris under the ticker symbol CS (ISIN FR 0000120628 - Bloomberg: CS FP - Reuters: AXAF.PA). AXA`s American Depository Share is also quoted on the OTC QX platform under the ticker symbol AXAHY. The AXA Group is included in the main international SRI indexes, such as Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and FTSE4GOOD, and is a founding member of the UN Environment Programme`s Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) Principles for Sustainable Insurance. Company website: www.axa.com/en AXA Media Relations: Guillaume Borie, +220.127.116.11.49.98 Hélène Caillet, +18.104.22.168.55.51 or AXA Investor Relations: Mattieu Rouot, +22.214.171.124.46.85 Jennifer Lawn, +126.96.36.199.39.27 Yael Beer-Gabel, +188.8.131.52.47.93 Florian Bezault, +184.108.40.206.59.17 Solange Brossolet, +220.127.116.11.73.60 Thomas Hude, +18.104.22.168.97.24 Copyright Business Wire 2013
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