Corporate Responsibility

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Corporate responsibility at Munich Re

For us, acting responsibly means creating added value – both for our Group and for society as a whole. This principle is strongly reflected in our shared-value approach, which forms the basis for our corporate responsibility strategy. Our aim is to make optimum use of our expertise in this area. Our voluntary commitments – such as our acceptance of the UN Global Compact, the Principles for Sustainable Insurance (PSI) and the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) – form the framework of our corporate responsibility strategy.

The annual Corporate Responsibility Report also provides a review of our business fields of primary insurance and reinsurance as well as asset management with respect to the objectives we have defined, the measures we have realised in the past year and the successes we have achieved.

Our business model as a reinsurer and primary insurer is based on responsible corporate governance. Part of this involves systematically integrating sustainability criteria – environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects – when creating value in our core business. We have also adopted a Group-wide Code of Conduct for responsible and sustainable decision-making in line with the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact. To this end, we rely on transparency. Our latest  analysis of material issues identified the following focus topics: climate change, risk awareness and digitalisation, each of which has been given a separate section in this report. Furthermore, the Corporate Responsibility Report (see link) offers detailed information on our corporate environmental protection measures, the topic of employees and our social commitment.

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