(dpa) - Henning Schulte-Noelle (L), parting CEO of the financial services and insurance group Allianz AG, stands with Michael Diekmann, new CEO and successor of Noelle, during the general meeting (Hauptversammlung) of the Allianz group in Munich, 28 April 2003. In December 2002 Schulte-Noelle had announced to step down. During the general meeting he defended his decision to take ov

(dpa) - Henning Schulte-Noelle (L), parting CEO of the financial services and insurance group Allianz AG, stands with Michael Diekmann, new CEO and successor of Noelle, during the general meeting (Hauptversammlung) of the Allianz group in Munich, 28 April 2003. In December 2002 Schulte-Noelle had announced to step down. During the general meeting he defended his decision to take ov Stock Photo
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28 April 2003

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(dpa) - Henning Schulte-Noelle (L), parting CEO of the financial services and insurance group Allianz AG, stands with Michael Diekmann, new CEO and successor of Noelle, during the general meeting (Hauptversammlung) of the Allianz group in Munich, 28 April 2003. In December 2002 Schulte-Noelle had announced to step down. During the general meeting he defended his decision to take over Dresdner Bank, which has been blamed for dragging Europe's top insurance group deep into the red. Writedowns in the value of Allianz's vast stock portfolios hit the German-based insurance group in the first quarter of this year, and shareholders were warned to expect a third straight quarter of losses.

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