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Allianz Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2013    Allianz Group22 Higher dividend Given our positive business development, we will propose to increase the dividend by € 0.80 to € 5.30 to the Annual General Meeting. Based on the year-end share price, this corresponds to a dividend yield of 4.1 %. The payout ratio, based on net income 1 for 2013, is 40 % 2. High weighting in major indices Allianz is one of the most highly valued financial services providers in the world, with our strength reflected in the weighting of ­Allianz shares in major German, European and global indices. In the STOXX Europe 600 Insurance, which includes 37 insurance companies, our shares carry the greatest weight. In the MSCI World Financials index we are among the top firms. Weighting of ­Allianz shares in major indices as of 31 December 2013 Weighting in % Ranking Index members DAX 7.3 5 30 EURO STOXX 50 3.1 10 50 STOXX Europe 600 Insurance 13.4 1 37 MSCI World Financials 1.2 14 340 MSCI World 0.3 73 1,610 Source: Deutsche Börse Group, STOXX Limited, MSCI 1 Based on net income after non-controlling interests. 2 Total dividend based on total amount of shares. Actual dividend payment will be reduced by the dividend amount attributable to treasury shares. Allianz shares as a sustainable investment Our sustainable entrepreneurial approach has long been recognized andresultedinourstock’slistinginmajorsustainabilityindicessuch as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and the FTSE4Good. This is just oneofthereasonswhyweareconsideredoneofthemostsustainable financial services providers worldwide. With our Environmental, Social and Governance Board we dem- onstrate our commitment to sustainability. We believe the ­Allianz Group’s focus on and clear commitment to environmental, social and governance issues in all our business activities enhances the attractiveness of ­Allianz shares for investors. For further information on sustainability in the ­Allianz Group, please refer to the Progress in Sustainable Development chapter starting on    page 59  and to    www.allianz.com/sustainability. Shareholder structure With around 430,000 shareholders, ­Allianz is one of the most widely held publicly-owned corporations in Europe. Apart from approxi- mately 0.6 % of ­Allianz shares held in treasury, all of our shares con- tinue to be held in free float. At the end of the year, 86 % were held by institutional investors and 14 % by private investors. The breakdown by region shows that 69 % of ­Allianz shares were owned by Europeans and 31 % by non-Europeans. For up-to-date information on our shareholder structure, please refer to    www.allianz.com/shareholders. Share price development against STOXX Europe 600 Insurance € 20132004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 200 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 111.15 129.70 89.72 73.87 156.75 111.20 178.64 133.92 145.92 46.64 88.36 48.68 95.43 76.67 108.05 57.47 130.80 101.75 105.85 70.02  ­Allianz share price    Allianz highs and lows    STOXX Europe 600 Insurance (indexed on the ­Allianz share price) Source: Thomson Reuters Datastream

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