Sustainability Reports of the Talanx Group

The Talanx Group has been providing information on its sustainability activities since 2014 and published its first sustainability report in 2015. Here you will find the current sustainability report as well as all other sustainability reports from previous years.
Sustainability Report 2023

  • Extension of exclusions in the capital investment for fossil fuels
  • Emission reduction targets for Germany and the liquid investment portfolio achieved

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Focus in the Sustainability Report 2023

Talanx Group provides active assistance after earthquake in Türkiye

Two earthquakes measuring 7.8 and 7.7 shook south andcentralTürkiye on 6 February 2023, killing tens of thousandsof people. Widespread damage impeded emergency aidand assistance operations.

Xperience Culture: strategic measures for embedding corporate culture

Companies that want to remain fit for the future in an evermoredynamic world, and to retain their employees for thelong term, must maintain and enhance their corporate culture.

Female Finance – Retirement provision

Women are much more likely than men to be hit by povertyin their old age, since their pensions at the end of theirworking lives are over 40% smaller.

BESS – storing energy locally to ensure secure supplies

Battery energy storage systems, or BESS, are becoming moreand more important as a way of storing the electricity generatedby wind farms and photovoltaic plants.

Focus in the Sustainability Report 2022

Talanx is financing sustainable mobility

Talanx has invested more than EUR 60 million in the purchase of 28 new, passenger-friendly trams for Rostock’s local public transport authority.

Safely sourcing warmth from the depths

Experts say that geothermal energy could account for 17% or more of heating requirements in Germany by 2050.

Next door to Ukraine – and helping people directly

WARTA, the Polish subsidiary of HDI International AG, supports refugees from Ukraine.

More self-organisation in a culture of change

We live in a world full of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. In this environment, it’s no longer enough for companies to rely on individual board members taking the right decisions at the right time.

A unit-linked climate package for a green private Pension

Sustainability is now a major investment selection criterion for a good third of German customers. But when they are taking out life insurance other aspects such as security, Flexibility and cost-effectiveness also play a role.

Focus in the Sustainability Report 2021

Talanx issues first green bond

The green bond is an important component of Talanx’s ambitious sustainability strategy.

Talanx is supporting industry’s transformation process

The Talanx Group has set itself the key task of supporting its customers worldwide in their transition to a more sustainable and low-emission economy.

Talanx teams around the world move into more sustainable buildings

The Talanx Group has set itself the goal of achieving net zero emissions from operations by 2030. One of the ways in which this can be done is using “greener” buildings.

Focus in the Sustainability Report 2020

Investing sustainably

We invest continuously in renewable energies and in this way promote sustainable development.

Equality for Women at Work Certificate

We aim to ensure equal opportunities at work and are working consistently to enhance this.

Working sustainably

Our goal is to achieve climate-neutral operations with the help of our agile organisation.

Focus in the Sustainability Report 2019

New Code of Conduct for Business Partners

In 2019, Talanx AG developed a Code of Conduct for Business Partners to ensure that principles and standards are complied with along the entire value chain.

Talanx encourages creativity

Talanx established a creative environment at its headquarters in Hannover where employees could meet and engage with each other outside work and experiment with new technologies.

Sustainable procurement

In 2019, the Talanx Group decided to achieve climate neutrality in its business. For this purpose, its first step was to offset carbon emissions from its own operations in Germany.