AXA Schemes wins CSR Excellence award at MGAA Conference 2021


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AXA Commercial’s Schemes and Delegated Authorities (SDA) team won the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Excellence award at the Managing General Agents’ Association (MGAA) Conference.

The award ceremony took place on Wednesday, 15 September 2021, at the MGAA’s face to face Annual Conference held at ETC venues in London.

The award celebrates the company who best demonstrates a clear CSR benefit, involvement and commitment of relevant stakeholders and employees; including things like reduced environmental impact or positive benefits for communities or areas, a continual improvement or sustainable growth and ongoing monitoring & review.

AXA’s purpose is to act for human progress by protecting what matters. Our CSR programme does exactly that by focusing on promoting good health, progress in society and protecting our planet.

Following a long period of no face-to-face events, the conference itself had a significant turnout with over 750 people attending. AXA Schemes sponsored and exhibited at the event.


About AXA

In July 2012 the AXA Commercial Lines and Personal Intermediary businesses came together to form a new single organisation – AXA Commercial Lines and Personal Intermediary.

The business offers brokers a more integrated and consistent approach from AXA which is focussed on their needs as a business – whatever the product. AXA Commercial Lines & Personal Intermediary provides underwriting expertise, offering a range of commercial lines and personal lines products and insurance solutions to our brokers and customers.  AXA Commercial & Personal Intermediary is part of AXA Group, a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management serving 101 million clients

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