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Press release   •   Oct 23, 2015 09:28 BST

Allianz employees have once again performed strongly in this year’s Chartered Insurance Institute examinations. The overall pass rate achieved by employees for all subjects taken was 84% with 37 Allianz employees achieving distinctions and 20 becoming new Advanced Diploma holders.

All Allianz divisions maintained their excellent pass rates and the Commercial division celebrated their highest ever pass rate of 88%.

The results reflect the variety of ways that employee development is encouraged at Allianz. For example, through CII prior learning accreditation for technical programmes employees can gain CII credits as they complete in house modules and assessments.

Allianz also supports employees working towards professional qualifications in a range of disciplines, including Finance, IT, Legal and Risk Control.

Trevor Smith, learning and development manager, Allianz Insurance, said:

“We are proud of the dedication our employees put into their professional development and the results demonstrate that our continued investment in the technical and professional capabilities of our employees creates a workplace where our employees can succeed for themselves and the customer.”


For further information contact:

Amy Yorston, Media Relations Officer, Allianz Insurance plc

Tel: 01483 552632

Mobile: 07794266474


Allianz Insurance is one of the largest general insurers in the UK and part of the Allianz SE Group, the largest property and casualty insurer worldwide.

Around 85 million private and corporate customers rely on Allianz's knowledge, global reach, capital strength and solidity to help them make the most of financial opportunities and to avoid and safeguard themselves against risks. In 2014, over 147,000 employees in more than 70 countries achieved total revenues of approximately 122.3bn euros.

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