Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty South Africa Ltd
Dedicated to serving the specific needs of corporate and specialty insurance customers, in Africa, and worldwide, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) provides insurance and risk management consultancy across the whole spectrum of risks.
We offer our clients and brokers an extensive portfolio of complementary services through a single point of contact. These services range from specific specialist covers to comprehensive international programmes - backed by the security and stability you would expect from Allianz.
Our scope of underwriting activity includes Sub Saharan Africa in the following specialty classes:
- Alternative Risk Transfer
- Financial Lines
- Commercial Solutions
- Allianz Risk Transfer
Please visit us at www.agcs.allianz.com to find out more or follow us on twitter @AGCS_Insurance
Company Press Releases »
||Fast-changing Arctic and North Atlantic conditions bring route risks
03 Sep 18 | Read More »
Climate change is impacting ice hazards for shipping, freeing up new trade routes in some areas, while increasing the risk of ice in others. More information on the Safety and Shipping Review 2018.
There was another milestone for Arctic shipping in early ...
||Use of drones in the Shipping sector set to take-off
21 Aug 18 | Read More »
Unmanned systems are finding a growing number of applications in the maritime sector, and have the potential to make a significant contribution to safety and risk management. More information on the Safety and Shipping Review 2018
This year saw the first successful ...
||Allianz welcomes new talent
16 Aug 18 | Read More »
Johannesburg: Allianz Global Corporate Specialty (AGCS) Africa appointed Boitumelo Moate and Nomsa Mathega, as Junior Underwriters in Financial Lines recently. Financial Lines insurance addresses the liabilities of managers and professionals in today’s increasingly ...
||Shippers get serious about Cyber Threat
14 Aug 18 | Read More »
Major attacks like the NotPetya malware incident have been a wake-up call for the shipping sector, creating a renewed urgency around tackling the threats posed to vessels and supply chains, as well as prompting an increasing interest in cyber insurance. At the same time, ...
||Allianz is calling all runners in Africa to run the World Run for health and for good
26 Jul 18 | Read More »
The run encourages health, well-being and an unbeatable team-spirit. Based on the running and walking efforts during the 90 days from July to October
Allianz will support five SOS Children‘s Villages across the world. In Africa, runners will be running for SOS Children’s ...
||The local entertainment sector grapples increasing risks
24 Jul 18 | Read More »
Cyber incidents and natural catastrophes are new emerging risks for the sector
Political risks and violence are increasingly becoming a concern for the industry
Embracing of new technologies led to the drop in risks emanating from artificial intelligence and nanotechnology
||Allianz: Shipping losses continue to fall but new cyber and climate risks and perennial human error problem threaten safety progress
18 Jul 18 | Read More »
Safety & Shipping Review 2018: 94 large ships lost worldwide in 2017, down by more than a third over 10 years. Bad weather involved in one in four losses. West Africa is the eighth top location for shipping losses around the world while East Africa is the joint tenth ...
||The risk of listeriosis continues to linger
13 Jul 18 | Read More »
Emerging triggers are causing recalls of food products, reputational risk and brand disassociating, writes Catia Folgore, Product Recall expert at Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty (AGCS) Africa.
Product related risk is one of the biggest perils facing businesses ...
||Maimane Phiri scouts top talent for the Allianz Junior Football Camp in Germany
28 Jun 18 | Read More »
Top three aspiring footballers selected at the Allianz Football Tournament held in Alexandra
Players stand a chance of representing South Africa at the Allianz Junior Football Camp in Germany hosted by Allianz and FC Bayern
The ultimate winner will be announced ...
||No premiums, no play
15 Jun 18 | Read More »
Before the 2018 World Cup kicked-off, one essential item needed to be in position – and it was not the ball
More than 1 billion people – one in seven of the global population – tuned in to watch the 2014 World Cup final between Argentina and Germany. ...