Swiss Life Holding AG
Industry Group: Insurance
Swiss Life is one of the largest insurers in Switzerland. The company sells life insurance, pensions, and financial advice and solutions to companies and individuals. The company encourages financial security, be that through saving for retirement or protecting individuals against loss of income. Protection against loss of income protects individuals and families against loss of work or a death in the family. Many of Swiss Life’s savings products carry guarantees where customers participate in the returns Swiss Life generates on their assets, to a discretionary degree. That return should be above a minimum. The company also sells financial protection products where the return is directly linked to the performance of the assets. In this instance Swiss Life makes no such guarantee.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Insurance 17 out of 297
Global Universe 1847 out of 15518
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|Company||ESG Risk Rating||Industry Rank|
|Fubon Financial Holding Co., Ltd.||
|3 out of 297|
|Cathay Financial Holdings Co., Ltd.||
|5 out of 297|
|Swiss Life Holding AG||
|17 out of 297|
|Principal Financial Group, Inc.||
|29 out of 297|
|Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc.||
|180 out of 297|
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Swiss Life Holding AG's Exposure is Medium
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Swiss Life Holding AG's Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
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