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Allianz Completes Issuance Of Dual Tranche RT1 Bond
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Allianz SE is a German-based financial service company. The Company is the holding company of the Allianz Group (Allianz SE and its subsidiaries). The Company's segments include Property-Casualty, Life/Health, Asset Management, and Corporate and Other. The Company provides a range of reinsurance coverage, primarily to Allianz insurance entities, as well as to third-party customers. The Property-Casualty segment offers a range of products and services for both private and corporate clients. The Life/Health segment offers a range of life and health insurance products on both an individual and a group basis. The Asset Management segment provides institutional and retail asset management products and services to third-party investors, and provides investment management services to the Allianz Group's insurance operations. The Corporate and Other segment includes Holding & Treasury, Banking and Alternative Investments.
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The European Commission said on Friday it had approved the proposed acquisition of French fibre optics operator by rival SFR FTTH controlled by Altice, Allianz and Omers, subject to conditions.
German insurer Allianz <ALVG.DE> on Friday declined to provide a forecast for 2020 given uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic, despite delivering an unexpected 6% rise in third-quarter net profit.
Some of the world's largest insurers and pension schemes are warning companies they invest in not to finance, insure, build, develop or plan new thermal coal plants or face sanctions, including possible divestment.
Spanish telecom giant Telefonica <TEF.MC> is readying an alliance with the private equity arm of German insurer Allianz <ALVG.DE> to finance a 5 billion euro infrastructure investment in Germany, Spanish newspaper Expansion said on Monday.
Thirty of the world's largest investors managing a combined $5 trillion (3.8 trillion pounds) said on Tuesday they plan to set targets to lower their portfolio carbon emissions by as much as 29% over the next five years.
Allianz <ALVG.DE> CEO Oliver Baete said on Tuesday that European governments needed to be careful about spending record amounts on the COVID-19 crisis as many ordinary people would be angry when they were handed such a vast bill.
Allianz CEO Oliver Baete said on Tuesday that a lot of "zombie companies" were surviving due to government support but that many private households were more resilient than some thought.
Australia's corporate regulator said on Wednesday it started civil court proceedings against units of Allianz SE <ALVG.DE> for misleading consumers through the sale of travel insurance products on websites run by Expedia <EXPE.O>.
A consortium of German insurer Allianz <ALVG.DE> and life insurer Athora Holding is in advanced talks to buy Aviva's <AV.L> French operations in a deal worth between 2 and 3 billion euros ($2.3-$3.5 billion), sources close to the matter said.
Atlantia <ATL.MI> will hold a board meeting on Thursday to discuss splitting off its motorway assets from the group, two sources close with the matter said, as it presses ahead with a plan to part ways with its Autostrade per l'Italia business.
Allianz said on Wednesday that it was fielding a request for information from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over a series of funds that suffered sharp losses amid the coronavirus-led market meltdown earlier this year and are the subject of an investor lawsuit.
* CEO confident of solid performance in second half (Updates with details)
German insurer on Wednesday posted a 29% fall in net profit in the second quarter from a year earlier, as the coronavirus pandemic slows business.
Brazilian insurer Sul America SA <SULA11.SA> has concluded its 3.18 billion reais ($597 million) sale of its auto unit and other businesses to Germany's Allianz SE <ALVG.DE>, it said in a securities filing on Friday.
Allianz, which is facing headwinds from the coronavirus crisis, expects to be back on track in 2021 barring a second major outbreak or financial market correction, the German insurer's chief executive said in an interview.
Allianz <ALVG.DE> said on Wednesday that it was ending its relationship with Wirecard Bank <WDIG.DE> and removing from the market a mobile payment app that the two companies had developed.
* ALLIANZ AND NPS FORM A STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP IN ASIA PACIFIC
South Korea's National Pension Service (NPS) said on Monday it signed a $2.3 billion joint venture with Allianz Group to increase real estate investment in major cities across Australia, Singapore, Japan and China.
Allianz <ALVG.DE> is in talks with Chinese regulators for a licence as the German insurer looks to eventually offer broad asset management services in the world's second-largest economy.
* ALLIANZ ACQUIRES A PORTFOLIO OF PRIME MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL ASSETS IN TOKYO Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
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