Allianz has launched two new initiatives which are targeted at strengthening its broker proposition.
The insurer unveiled its Sports Fund and Mental Health First Aider courses as part of a campaign to enhance its relationship with brokers.
As an insurance partner to the Olympics and Paralympics, Allianz has pledged £100,000 to the Sports Fund in 2021 to offer financial support in the form of grants between £500-£3,000 for community sports in the UK, allowing brokers to support their communities.
Furthermore, the firm will provide free Mental Health First Aider courses to brokers through a partnership with MHFA England.
Simon McGinn, general manager for Commercial and Personal at Allianz, said: “We’re proud to be launching these fantastic new initiatives.
“Evidenced by our partnerships with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) championing women’s rugby, the Olympic and Paralympic Movements as well as leading mental health charity, Mind, we work with organisations that are making a difference.”
He added: “So we want to work with our brokers on initiatives that develop resilience at an individual, company and societal level too.
“Alongside these, our new campaign wraps up everything we offer our brokers, but also highlights the important role that our brokers play in delivering for our customers and in shaping the future of our industry and society overall.”