Results of AXA’s Shareholders’ Meeting / AXA publishes its 2015 Activity & Corporate Responsibility Report
Results of AXA’s Annual Shareholders’ Meeting
During the Shareholders’ Meeting held today in Paris, all resolutions recommended by the Board of Directors were approved by AXA’s shareholders, including:
- The appointment of Mmes Irene Dorner and Angelien Kemna, as directors of the Board of Directors for 4 years. Mrs. Irene Dorner was until 2014 Chief Executive Officer & President of HSBC USA. Mrs. Angelien Kemna is Chief Finance & Risk Officer of APG Group N.V. (the Netherlands).
- The re-appointment as directors of Mrs. Doina Palici-Chehab, representing the employee shareholders of the AXA Group, and Messrs. Stefan Lippe and François Martineau, for 4 years.
- The payment of a €1.10 dividend per share for the fiscal year 2015, i.e. an increase of 16% compared to the preceding fiscal year, to be paid on May 10, 2016 (ex-dividend date: May 6, 2016) – dividend per share was €0.95 for 2014 and €0.81 for 2013.
Publication of the 2015 Activity & Corporate Responsibility Report
AXA publishes today its 2015 Activity & Corporate Responsibility Report (an electronic version is available on: www.axa.com).
For this edition, the report focuses on the successful completion of the 2010-2015 strategic plan, Ambition AXA, which has created a solid foundation to allow the Group to seize the opportunities and take on the challenges of tomorrow.
It opens with a magazine section focusing on three real-life stories highlighting the new boundaries of insurance and in each case includes a forward looking conclusion from an external expert.
The report also presents AXA’s 2015 highlights, the value creation model and the main achievements of its property & casualty, life, savings & health and asset management activities.
For the first time, the pdf of the report conforms to Web Content Accessibility Standard, WCAG 2.0 (as of today in French and from May 9 in English) and is certified ISO 14289-1, allowing people with motor disabilities or visual impairments to access the full content of the report.