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French financial stability council urges "responsible attitude" on dividends
AXA To Reduce Dividend To EUR 0.73 Per Share
AXA Q1 Total Gross Revenue Up 4%, Says COVID-19 Will Impact 2020 Earnings
AXA SA (AXA) is a France-based holding company engaged in the business of financial protection. The Company's segments include Life & Savings, Property & Casualty, Asset Management , Banking and Holding companies. The Life & Savings segment's products include a range of investment and savings products, as well as Protection and Health products. The Property & Casualty segment includes a range of products, including mainly motor, household, property and general liability insurance. The Asset Management segment includes diversified asset management (including investment fund management) and related services. The Banking segment includes banking activities (retail banking, mortgage loans and savings) conducted in France, Belgium and Germany. The Holding companies segment includes all non-operational activities. It also operates through Maestro Health.
25 avenue Matignon
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George E. Stansfield
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Deputy Chief Executive Officer of AXA France and CEO of AXA Particuliers & IARD Entreprises
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AXA Investment Managers will set a 33% target for gender diversity on listed company boards in developed markets and may vote against companies which fail to meet this mark.
French insurer AXA <AXAF.PA> said it reduced the temperature score of its investments in 2019, bringing them closer to alignment with the targets of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
A French restaurant owner who won a court battle with Axa over lockdown-linked losses said on Tuesday he had reached a further settlement with the insurer, potentially setting the tone for payouts to other businesses facing similar insurance problems.
French insurer AXA has identified 1,700 contracts signed with restaurant owners in France where the terms are not clear as to whether business interruption losses due to the COVID-19 crisis should be covered, its CEO told Le Monde in an interview.
French insurer AXA <AXAF.PA> said on Wednesday it would pay a 2019 dividend to shareholders, ignoring calls from EU regulators to pause the payments and conserve cash to better weather the coronavirus outbreak.
Leonardo Del Vecchio's plans to boost the European presence of Italy's top insurer Generali <GASI.MI> do not include a cross-border merger with rivals AXA <AXAF.PA> or Zurich <ZURN.S>, a source close to the billionaire said on Wednesday.
Leonardo Del Vecchio has no intention of steering Generali towards a cross-border merger with rivals AXA or Zurich as he seeks regulatory approval to double his stake in the Italian insurer's top investor Mediobanca, a source close to Del Vecchio said.
French insurer AXA plans to cut its dividend to 0.73 euros per share from a planned payout of 1.43 euros, the firm said on Wednesday, in order to preserve cash amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A Paris court ruled that insurer AXA <AXAF.PA> must pay a restaurant owner two months' worth of coronavirus-related revenue losses, the restaurateur's lawyer said on Friday, potentially opening the door to a wave of similar litigation.
A Paris commercial court has ruled that French insurer Axa will have to pay a restaurant owner two months' worth of coronavirus-related revenue losses, the restaurant's lawyer said on Friday.
France's Accor <ACCP.PA>, which runs hotels such as Ibis and Movenpick, said on Friday it would offer its clients free access to online medical consultations run by insurer AXA <AXAF.PA> as it prepares for a recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
French insurer AXA <AXA.PA> said on Tuesday that the coronavirus crisis would have a material impact on its 2020 earnings and said that it could face around 500 million euros in claims for events cancellations.
* Q1 TOTAL GROSS REVENUE EUR 31.7 BILLION VERSUS EUR 35.0 BILLION YEAR AGO
French insurer AXA said on Tuesday that the coronavirus crisis would have a "material" impact on its 2020 earnings, although the claims it received in March in relation to the Covid-19 outbreak were limited.
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Axa <AXAF.PA> is the latest European financial firm to say it will redeem some of its "Co-Co" bonds, providing some reassurance to investors worried this debt class could be particularly vulnerable to companies' need to conserve cash.
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French insurer AXA <AXAF.PA> lowered its 2020 profit guidance for its companies-focused XL unit and named a new boss for the division, as it stepped up measures to reduce exposure to risks stemming from natural disasters that become more frequent.
French insurer AXA SA on Thursday lowered 2020 profit guidance for its corporate-focused XL unit as it stepped up measures to reduce exposure to risks stemming from natural disasters that become more frequent.
France's AXA <AXAF.PA> said on Friday it had agreed with Austrian insurer Uniqa <UNIQ.VI> to sell its operations in Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia for 1 billion euros (849.2 million pounds).
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