Generali International is part of Assicurazioni Generali SpA (the Generali Group) and for nearly two...
Generali International is part of Assicurazioni Generali SpA (the Generali Group) and for nearly two centuries the group, founded in Trieste, Italy, in 1831, has been a leading provider of insurance and financial services in the global market. To this day, Trieste is still host to the head office of the group, which has constantly evolved in order to remain at the forefront of the modern financial services industry. Generali is a name that has become synonymous with security and reliability for millions of clients around the world.
The Generali Group has an international presence across five continents, operating in some 40 markets. Its success is reflected in it being ranked a top 50 company by the 2003 Fortune Global 500, with assets under management in excess of B270bn*. The financial strength of the Generali Group is further enhanced by the independent financial ratings it has been awarded by Moody's (Aa3)* and Standard & Poor's (AA)*. Putting all of that into context the Generali Group is one of the largest insurers in the world, generating even more revenues than Coca-Cola, BMW and Microsoft**.
Generali International is located in Guernsey and can trace its roots back to 1977. From modest beginnings, Generali International has become a provider of sophisticated and powerful wealth management solutions to its global audience. Generali International is regulated by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission and is also an Authorised Insurer in Hong Kong.
Today, the company operates from new purpose-built headquarters at the heart of Guernsey's financial centre. From this premier international location, Generali International provides modern and flexible insurance-based investment solutions to clients and financial advisers who share the company's vision to build for a brighter future. These products are supported by a comprehensive choice of investment funds, including Generali International's own funds and those selected from some of the world's leading investment managers.
* Correct as at October 2004
** Source: The 2004 Fortune Global 500. Rankings based on 2003 revenues.
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