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Helvetia recognized as European 'Top Employer'

Helvetia Holding AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous
Helvetia recognized as European 'Top Employer'
18.01.2023 / 07:00 CET/CEST

Media release
St. Gallen, 18 January 2023

The Helvetia Group has been awarded the European "Top Employer" seal for the first time. The Swiss market has won the "Top Employer" seal for the third, and Germany and Austria for the second time in a row. France and Italy also participated in the auditing and passed. Helvetia impresses at the group level in the fields of business strategy, organization and change as well as ethics and integrity.  

The Top Employers Institute has audited companies worldwide for over 30 years in terms of their employment conditions and issues awards to the best ones. Helvetia Switzerland has won the "Top Employer" award for the third, Helvetia Germany and Austria for the second time in a row. Helvetia France and Italy participated in the auditing for the first time and passed. As the Helvetia Group was recognized in five country markets, it is also receiving the European seal this year for the first time. Helvetia impressed at the group level in particular in the fields of business strategy, organization and change as well as ethics and integrity. In the Swiss market it was awarded top marks for digital HR and for its purpose and values. 

Further awards for Helvetia's HR 
Helvetia Switzerland was awarded silver in the "Best Recruiters" 2021/22 study by career Institut & Verlag GmbH in the category all-line insurance. The study analysed the recruiting quality of the companies with the highest turnover and employees in the countries in the DACH region. Helvetia Austria also received silver in the industry ranking and is among the top 5 per cent of all companies evaluated. 

Roland Bentele, Group Chief Corporate Center Officer of the Helvetia Group, comments: "I am proud that our purpose 'Being there when it matters' also pays off with our employees. The award as 'Top Employer' in five country markets and the first-time award of the European seal are key indicators for me that Helvetia is a first-class employer for both current and potential employees."

Jonas Grossniklaus
Head of Media Relations

Phone: +41 58 280 50 33



About the Helvetia Group
Helvetia Group, with its headquarters in St. Gallen, has grown since 1858 to become a successful insurance group with over 12,000 employees and more than 7 million customers. It has been enabling its customers to seize opportunities and minimise risks for all that time – Helvetia is there for them when it matters. Helvetia is the best partner and is present everywhere that protection needs arise, with insurance, pension and investment solutions from a single source as well as simple products and processes. The insurance group knows the business, from mobile phone insurance and insurance cover for the Gotthard Base Tunnel to the long-term investment of customer assets. Helvetia develops and opens up new business models with enthusiasm and drives forward its own business in a powerful and future-oriented manner. It acts with foresight and responsibility in everything it does: for the benefit of its shareholders, customers and employees as well as its partners, society and the environment. Helvetia is the leading all-lines insurer in Switzerland. In the Europe segment comprising Germany, Italy, Austria and Spain, the company has firmly rooted market positions for generating above-average growth. In the Specialty Markets segment, Helvetia offers tailored special insurance and reinsurance cover worldwide. With a business volume of CHF 11.22 billion, Helvetia generated IFRS net income after tax of CHF 519.8 million in the 2021 financial year. The shares of Helvetia Holding AG are traded on SIX Swiss Exchange.

Cautionary note
This document was prepared by Helvetia Group and may not be copied, altered, offered, sold or otherwise distributed to any other person by any recipient without the consent of Helvetia Group. The German version of this document is decisive and binding. Versions of the document in other languages are made available purely for information purposes. Although all reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the facts stated herein are correct and the opinions contained herein are fair and reasonable, where any information and statistics are quoted from any external source such information or statistics should not be interpreted as having been adopted or endorsed as accurate by Helvetia Group. Neither Helvetia Group nor any of its directors, officers, employees and advisors nor any other person shall have any liability whatsoever for loss howsoever arising, directly or indirectly, from any use of this information. The facts and information contained in this document are as up to date as is reasonably possible but may be subject to revision in the future. Neither Helvetia Group nor any of its directors, officers, employees or advisors nor any other person makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this document. This document may contain projections or other forward-looking statements related to Helvetia Group which by their very nature involve inherent risks and uncertainties, both general and specific, and there is a risk that predictions, forecasts, projections and other outcomes described or implied in forward-looking statements will not be achieved. We caution you that a number of important factors could cause results to differ materially from the plans, objectives, expectations, estimates and intentions expressed in such forward-looking statements. These factors include: (1) changes in general economic conditions, in particular in the markets in which we operate; (2) the performance of financial markets; (3) changes in interest rates; (4) changes in currency exchange rates; (5) changes in laws and regulations, including accounting policies or practices; (6) risks associated with implementing our business strategies; (7) the frequency, magnitude and general development of insured events; (8) mortality and morbidity rates; (9) policy renewal and lapse rates as well as (10), the realisation of economies of scale as well as synergies. We caution you that the foregoing list of important factors is not exhaustive; when evaluating forward-looking statements, you should carefully consider the foregoing factors and other uncertainties. All forward-looking statements are based on information available to Helvetia Group on the date of its publication and Helvetia Group assumes no obligation to update such statements unless otherwise required by applicable law.

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