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38 - Allianz

People walk past flags with the logo of German insurer Allianz SE as they arrive to attend the company's annual general meeting in Munich, Germany on May 3, 2017. - Christof Stache—AFP/Getty Images
People walk past flags with the logo of German insurer Allianz SE as they arrive to attend the company's annual general meeting in Munich, Germany on May 3, 2017. Christof Stache—AFP/Getty Images

Between its asset management and insurance arms, Allianz is one of Europe’s—and the world’s—most potent financial service powerhouses. The German firm reported a 3% spike in 2017 revenues, bringing its haul to more than 126 billion euros, and in a further treat for investors, proposed a 5% boost to its shareholder dividend. What might be most remarkable about Allianz is its relative stability in what can be an unpredictable industry; its share price has remained steady over the past year even while the company delves into offering insurance products for newfangled tech sectors, such as cybersecurity.

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Key Metrics & Financials (Last Fiscal Year)

Revenues ($M)$123532
Revenue Percent Change1.1%
Profits ($M)$7,668.4
Assets ($M)$1082253
Profits Percent Change0.7%
Employees140553
Previous Rank34

Company Facts

Employees140553
SectorFinancials
IndustryInsurance: Life, Health (stock)
CEOOliver Bate
HQ LocationMunich
Websitewww.allianz.com
Years on Global 500 List24

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