AXA, through its subsidiaries, provides insurance and asset management services worldwide. The companys Life and Savings segment offers term life, whole life, universal life, endowment, disability, deferred annuities, immediate annuities, and other investment-based products, as well as critical illness and permanent health insurance products for individuals and commercial clients. Its Property and Casualty segment provides motor, household, property, and general liability insurance for personal and commercial customers, as well as health products and engineering services to support prevention policies in companies. The companys International Insurance segment offers coverage for various insurance risks, such as property damage, third party liability, marine, aviation and transport, construction risks, financial risks, and directors and officers liability to national and international corporations, as well as provides loss-prevention and risk management services. It also provides assistance services, including medical aid for travelers, automobile-related road assistance, home assistance, and health-related services primarily to banking and insurance companies, tour operators, telecommunication operators, and automobile manufacturers, as well as to gas, water, and electricity utilities.
Its Asset Management segment provides investment management and related services to individual investors, private clients, and institutional clients; independent research and brokerage-related services for institutional investors; and equity capital markets services for issuers of publicly traded securities. It also manages mutual funds for individual investors and investments on behalf of institutional investors. The companys Banking segment provides a range of retail banking products, including deposit, current, saving, term, and pension savings accounts, as well as mortgage loans and mutual funds. AXA was founded in 1852 and is headquartered in Paris, France.
25 avenue Matignon
Paris, FRANCE 75008
Chairman and CEO
Henri de Castries