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Slide 1: Insurance Business in thegrowth market from theAdriatic to the Black Sea Vienna Economic Forum 6 November 2006 Karl Stoss – CEO Generali Holding Vienna The Generali Group: 175 Years of Tradition : The Generali Group: 175 Years of Tradition 1831 Foundation of Assicurazioni Generali Austro-Italiche in Trieste 1832 Opening of the first agencies abroad (Vienna, Prague, Budapest ...) 1882 Foundation of Erste Allgemeine in Austria. Around the turn of the century, a number of insurance companies were also set up or acquired in Italy, France, Hungary and Romania. Slide 3: Prague, Brno, Vienna, Ljubljana, Agram, Tirana, Budapest, Belgrade, Krakow, Warszaw, Lemberg, Bucarest, Sofia, Constantinopel … Generali in CEE before 1914 The Generali Group worldwide : The Generali Group worldwide The Generali Group comprises 107 insurance companies 119 financial and real estate companies Generali is one of the three largest insurance groups in Europe. Slide 5: Life 72,8 % Non-Life 27,2 % Generali Group Key Data 2005 Gross premium income: €62.83bn Investments: €307.42bn Staff: 61,561 Central headquarters: Trieste (Italy) Slide 6: Number 3 in Europe Quelle: Generali Triest Axa (F) Allianz (D) Generali Aviva (GB) ING (NL) Munich Re (D) Zurich F.S. (CH) Prudential (GB) Cnp(F) Aegon (NL) Europe´s leading insurance groups based on premium income in 2005Premiums in €bn New geographies : New geographies Market entry via green field operation Joint venture agreement signed in May 2006 Composite approach Positioning among top foreign JVs and growth of Agency force ( >10,000 individuals) P&C license already granted Access to 6 new cities by 2008 Established bancassurance agreements with major domestic banks Organic growth: Greater than 20% growth per annum in markets with relative low penetration (Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania and Croatia) Pursuit of M&A based growth: acquisiton of companies in Serbia, Bulgaria and Ukraine CEE and Former Soviet Union China India Slide 8: The Generali Vienna Group A major Central European insurance group has evolved under the umbrella of Generali Holding Vienna AG. It is made up of companies in Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Croatia and since 2006 Serbia, Bulgaria and Ukraine. The Generali Vienna Group comprises: 23 insurance companies (including Serbia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Libertas in Croatia) and 38 holding, financial, real-estate and service companies (including pension fund Serbia) Slide 9: Generali – A Powerful Partner in C & E Europe Entry into Premiums Market Population Market (€mn) share (%) (mn) Austria 1832 2,073 13.2 8.1 Hungary 1989 430 16.2 10.1 Romania 1993 36 2.8 21.6 Czech Republic 1993 182 4.8 10.3 Slovenia 1996 28 2.3 2.0 Slovakia 1996 45 3.6 5.4 Poland 1999 100 2.2 38.6 Croatia** 2002 19 1.9 4.4Serbia* 2006 40 10.0 7.5 Bulgaria*** 2006 28 5.8 7.8 Ukraine*** 2006 48 1.6 ->10%+ 47.3 * Generali Group acquired majority shareholding in Delta Osiguranje, Serbia‘s largest private insurance company and in Delta Re ** Generali acquired 100% of Libertas Osiguranje d.d. in 2006 *** Acquisition currently in process + The Ukrainian insurance market is seriously distorted by the insurance of financial risks Macroeconomic Overview : Macroeconomic Overview Source: IMF CEE economic growth outpacing Europe : CEE economic growth outpacing Europe Strong economic conditions Higher GDP growth rates than that of Western Europe EU enlargement leads to increased macro-economic stability Real GDP growth (%) +3.2 pp Source: IMF CAGR 2006-2010 +4.2% CEE is expected to continue to grow faster than Western Europe… …leading to higher per capita income Medium-term real GDP growth of emerging markets, 2006-2010 (%) Source: Swiss Re Outstanding Growth Prospects for the insurance business : Outstanding Growth Prospects for the insurance business Markets development pattern China Japan World USA Euro Area UK India IT H CZ CEE PL SK PH TH Per capita GDP (logarithmic scale) Insurance penetration (premium on GDP) As seen in recent years: …Strong economic conditions, rising disposable income and favourable demographic factors are expected to increase life and non life penetration rates Source: Swiss Re Non-life insurance: on a growth track : Non-life insurance: on a growth track Non-life premiums constant 2004 prices Stable economic growth Infrastructure investments Increasing household assets Development of compulsory insurance Fiscal incentives to invest in property Leasing schemes development Real premium growth, 2004-2010 (in USD bln) Key drivers of future developments Source: Swiss Re Outstanding growth prospects for life insurance : Outstanding growth prospects for life insurance Real growth rates per region 1993-2004 Real premium growth, 2004-2010 (USD bln) Key drivers of future developments Source: Swiss Re Source: Swiss Re constant 2004 prices CAGR in USD 93-04 CAGR 00-04 CAGR Savings accumulation Private Pension market development Increasing risk awareness Fast pace of growth for Financial Savings : +25% +22% +30% +40% Hungary Fast pace of growth for Financial Savings Economic growth Increasing n° of people with financial surplus Better financial system reputation Increasing awareness of savings need Source: BCE, National Statistical Centers Slovakia Czech Republic CAGR: Financial assets (€ bln) Poland Savings and pensions trends pushing Life insurance growth : Savings and pensions trends pushing Life insurance growth Generali strategic view in CEE : Generali strategic view in CEE High growth markets Market dimension Development stage Early stage Strategic view Relatively mature market SI Hold on with focus on quality We aim at realizing early mover’s advantage Strong organic growth and selection of opportunities Experience from the expansion to CEE : Experience from the expansion to CEE No 2 countries are the same – the methods in developing market presence in a country can be duplicated, but the solutions are always different due to various factors The strategy had to be changed repeatedly throughout the years since 1989 – from green field to merger and acquisition There is a need for an actively supported exchange between the countries in order to optimise know-how  Best practice - exchange – targeted use of group knowledge Mobility-management What do we have to do, to ensure continuous successful development in the CEE in the future ? : Acquisition expansion – changes to earlier strategies of green field- professional M&A-Management- professional Post-Merger-Integration Ensure exploit of Group Synergies- espacially within the company Development of the necessary growth related products in the life insurance field High Management Attention is necessary – if this is not available, acquisitions and integration will not succeed What do we have to do, to ensure continuous successful development in the CEE in the future ? Success factors of Generali in CEE : Success factors of Generali in CEE Generali has always been international – since set up – and understands the long-term management of a very diverse Group – this is part of our business culture Adequate financial means Adequate international management know-how and management-ressources – also across continents Ability to maintain consistent development and expansion Well known and traditional Brand – embodies long term stability and strength Slide 21: Insurance Business in thegrowth market from theAdriatic to the Black Sea Vienna Economic Forum 6 November 2006 Karl Stoss – CEO Generali Holding Vienna

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