Allianz Partners releases full-year numbers

In terms of revenues for the full year, here’s how Allianz Partners fared:










Line of business

2021 revenue

Change from 2020

Travel insurance

€1.7 billion

Up 55.2%

Assistance

€2.2 billion

Up 6%

Health

€1.9 billion

Up 3.4%

Mobility

€313 million

Up 0.4%

Direct channels

€187 million

Up 27%

Total

€6.2 billion

Up 15.6%

 

“All of Allianz Partners’ lines of business performed better in 2021 compared to 2020, as the global economy recovered following some of the most severe restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic,” noted Allianz Partners, whose operating profit surged 70% to €256 million.

“The travel segment demonstrated the biggest rebound, mainly due to the rapid recovery of the US travel market. The assistance line of business also showed positive growth, mainly in the home and roadside assistance business.”

Geographically, Allianz Partners said all regions improved in 2021 with the exception of Asia-Pacific (APAC), where the pandemic continues to impact the business especially in China and Australia.

The company reported: “North Americas had the biggest increase, driven by the travel segment. Western Europe and Latin America, as well as North Central and Eastern Europe, also had significant increases in business volumes.”

With growth across Allianz Partners, chief executive Sirma Boshnakova (pictured) called 2021 “a great year” for the business.

“Amidst the changing headwinds of the pandemic, we pushed forward on our vision of a seamless and borderless world for our customers,” she asserted. “We kept a steady focus on delivering the best experience to our customers with peace of mind just a click away.

“But in truth, this performance is due in large part to the people of Allianz Partners: together, they’re making such a difference in the industry. They are the ones expanding the role of insurance with a unique combination of technology and services mixed with a human touch.”

Christopher Lewis

Next Post

The Single Greatest Investing Lesson I Ever Learned | Smart Change: Personal Finance

Mon May 16 , 2022
(Daniel Foelber) In 2020, Morgan Housel unveiled The Psychology of Cash. I consider it justifies to be on the Mount Rushmore of investing publications, in particular for individuals who consider heritage and behavioral psychology are critical features for investing. In the reserve, Housel has a area describing the stock marketplace […]