Italian-based Generali Group has been confirmed in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI) and in the Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index (DJSI Europe), strengthening its leadership position in terms of sustainability performance as it ranks among the global top five companies in the insurance sector.
|As one of the largest global insurance and asset management providers, Generali is now present in 50 countries, with a total premium income of $79.2 billion in 2020 |
The important benchmark recognises the group’s continuous commitment to integrate sustainability into its business activities, consistent with its Lifetime Partner ambition.
Among the most important activities, as part of the Generali 2021 strategy, Generali has already increased premiums deriving from insurance products with social and environmental value to reach around €17 billion ($19.05 billion) and has made €6 billion ($6.72 billion) in sustainable investments.
|Generali confirmed in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index; among the top companies in the insurance sector. |
Generali is part of the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance (NZAOA) and Net-Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA) which are focused on tackling climate change through the core insurance business.
|Generali has also been confirmed in the top five of the most sustainable companies and first in the financial sector in the sixth edition of the Integrated Governance Index by ETicaNews |
Launched in 1999 as a global benchmark dedicated to sustainability, the DJSI ranks leading companies based on RobecoSAM’s analysis of environmental, social, and governance criteria and S&P Dow Jones Indices’ methodology.
|Generali’s ambition is to be the Lifetime Partner to its customers, offering innovative and personalised solutions thanks to an unmatched distribution network. |
For Generali, the S&P CSA questionnaire is a means to continuously improve sustainability practices and performance.
Generali is one of the largest global insurance and asset management providers. Established in 1831, it is present in 50 countries in the world, with a total premium income of €70.7 billion ($79.2 billion) in 2020.
With more than 72,000 employees serving 65.9 million customers, the group has a leading position in Europe and a growing presence in Asia and Latin America. Generali’s ambition is to be the Lifetime Partner to its customers, offering innovative and personalised solutions thanks to an unmatched distribution network.
By Anh Duc