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Shares Allianz

6.2%
Growth potential
162.9
Price per 1 share
EUR
4.38%
Dividend income
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Why invest in Allianz?
  • One of the world's largest insurance companies
  • Acknowledged as a majorly significant company for the global economy
  • Number 38 in Forbes Global 500 in 2018
  • Over 4% dividend yield per annum


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Recommendations of the largest investment banks
Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG (Berenberg Bank)
Buy
232 €
02.10.2020
RBC Capital Markets
Sell
175 €
17.09.2020
UBS AG
Buy
215 €
09.09.2020
Barclays Capital
Hold
175 €
08.09.2020
Financial indicators
Capitalization
77.11B €
P / E
11.53
Profit
111.21B €
Net profit
22.9B €
The general recommendation of investment banks

Buy

Based on the analytics from 31 of the world's largest investment banks over the past 3 months

Forecasted prices

Target price

176.6 €

(8.42% Growth potential)

Based on the data from 31 of the leading investment banks

Allianz SE is one of the leading integrated insurance and financial services providers globally. The company has been offering secure insurance products to millions of people worldwide since 1980. Over 144,000 Allianz employees across the globe serve 85 million customers in about 70 countries. The Allianz Group works in 3 major business sectors - insurance, banking, and asset management. The company was ingenious enough to use sponsorship to build a well-received and desirable brand. Though costly, this strategy has proved to be immensely gratifying. For example, the Allianz Group was the project sponsor of the famous football stadiums in Munich, Nice, Sidney, London, and San Paulo, and got their naming rights. "Allianz Stadium" in Wien was the company's latest sponsorship deal. In this way, the Allianz brand acquires a new immaterial character which has deservedly become a huge source of the company's corporate pride. There are some interesting facts to definitely prove the company's reliability and financial stability - Allianz covered the losses after the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco, the 1912 "Titanic" wreck, as well as European flood damages in 2002. In the fiscal year of 2017, the Allianz Group achieved total revenues of over 126 bln euros. Allianz is one of the world's largest asset management companies with assets under management reaching about 2 trillion euros.

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