(dpa) - Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the financial services and insurance group Allianz AG, pictured during the general meeting of the Allianz group in Munich, 28 April 2003. 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.
RMD3FW1R(dpa) - Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the financial services and insurance group Allianz AG, pictured during the general meeting of the Allianz group in Munich, 28 April 2003. 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.
(dpa) - Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, looks serious with folded arms during a press conference in Munich, Germany, 20 March 2003. Diekmann continues the company 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 h
RMD3G1X2(dpa) - Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, looks serious with folded arms during a press conference in Munich, Germany, 20 March 2003. Diekmann continues the company 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 h
(dpa) - Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, stands in front of the company logo and smiles during a press conference in Munich, Germany, 20 March 2003. Diekmann continues the company policy of providing integrated financial services by holding on to the lossy Dresdner Bank. The Allianz AG wants to raise new capital in billions
RMD3FP2Y(dpa) - Michael Diekmann, new CEO of the Allianz AG, the financial services and insurance provider, stands in front of the company logo and smiles during a press conference in Munich, Germany, 20 March 2003. Diekmann continues the company policy of providing integrated financial services by holding on to the lossy Dresdner Bank. The Allianz AG wants to raise new capital in billions
(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
RMD3FRF6(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) - 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
RMD3FW1E(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