(dpa) - An employee of Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, stands behind a glass revolving door with the company logo on it at the company's headquarters in Munich, Germany 20 March 2003. Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, said during a press conference that the company should continue its policy of providing integrated financial services by holding

(dpa) - An employee of Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, stands behind a glass revolving door with the company logo on it at the company's headquarters in Munich, Germany 20 March 2003. Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, said during a press conference that the company should continue its policy of providing integrated financial services by holding Stock Photo
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20 March 2003

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(dpa) - An employee of Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, stands behind a glass revolving door with the company logo on it at the company's headquarters in Munich, Germany 20 March 2003. Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, said during a press conference that the company should continue its policy of providing integrated financial services by holding on to the lossy Dresdner Bank. The Allianz AG wants to raise new capital in billions of Euro after having experienced the first financial losses in its postwar history. The company plans an increase of capital stock and the floatation of bonds. Last year the company experienced a loss of 1,2 billion Euro due to the financial crisis at the Dresdner Bank, the downswing on the stock market and the floods in Germany. The year before that, Allianz AG was able to recover a profit of 1,6 billion Euro.

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