Allianz Olympic & Paralympic Partnership

Let’s care for tomorrow. For a better and more inclusive world through sports. 

Allianz got behind the Olympic & Paralympic Movements as the Worldwide Insurance Partner. Sharing the Olympic and Paralympic values, this partnership inspires us to provide confidence in tomorrow - for our customers and our employees.

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    In 2021, Allianz has officially begun its eight-year worldwide partnership with the Olympic & Paralympic Movements. Just like them, Allianz has a strong global presence and a good track record in sports. 

    We are proud to be a supporter of the Movements and celebrate being one of the TOP Partners. The power of sport unites us around a shared passion - it connects our employee community worldwide, including experts who are making the partnership happen and talented athletes, Para athletes and sport professionals who joined our company.

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Team Allianz’ Olympians and Paralympians

We care for athletes’ and Para athletes’ tomorrow by offering job opportunities to talents who have proven to be exceptional performers, thanks to their mindset and skills. Our colleagues share how their life as sport professionals comes together with a career within Allianz.

  • Malia Metella – Silver medalist in Swimming


    “Get out of your comfort zone!”

    Malia won the Silver medal at the Olympic Games Athens 2004, and continues to train today. Her next challenge: to swim cross Lake Titicaca in just 10 days.

    Click to read more about Malia’s job within Allianz, her tips for finding a healthy balance and her number one career advice.

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    At Allianz


    Outside of the pool, Malia is in charge of sporting events for Allianz France in Paris. She manages seats to rugby and soccer games owned by Allianz for the sales team.

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    Finding a healthy balance


    As an athlete, she makes sure to include exercise and a healthy diet as part of each work day. Sports are an important way for her to clear her mind in difficult moments. She approaches challenges with patience and preparation: “We are often our worst enemies when it comes to accepting new challenges. The best way to get there is to start small, and to go step by step.”

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    Malia’s career advice


    What career advice does she have for others? “Get out of your comfort zone! You might be surprised as to where you can use your skills.”

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    Djamal Hamache – Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball Player


    “Don’t give up on your dreams.” 

    Djamal proudly represented the Algerian national wheelchair basketball team as team captain at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games – a memorable highlight to finish his career in sports. 

    Click to read more about Djamal’s job at Allianz, his experience in combining sports and work, and his number one career advice.

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    At Allianz


    Today, Djamal works as a product manager for personal insurance at Allianz France, using agile working methods to define financial solutions. He appreciates Allianz for its values, social commitments and ability to innovate and adapt to tomorrow's needs.

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    Sports & work


    During his competitive years, Allianz gave him extra time off to prepare for major events like the Paralympic Games. Even as a retired Para athlete, he still stays active. He thinks it’s important for people to choose a physical activity that they enjoy, and make it a priority – but be patient in making progress.

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    Djamal’s career advice


    Djamal is determined about the goals he sets for himself, and doesn’t let obstacles stand in his way. So, what career advice does he have for others? “Like in sports, you should never hesitate to take risks, face challenges and 

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    Natalie Saville – Olympic Race Walker


    “Things happen for a reason, learn from your mistakes and grow.”

    After achieving her personal best time to qualify, Natalie competed in the 20 km Race Walk at the Olympic Games Athens 2004 along with her sister, Jane Saville. 

    Click to read more about what Natalie does at Allianz, her tips for finding a healthy balance and her number one career advice.

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    At Allianz


    Natalie joined Allianz Australia to find a new career challenge after retiring from competition. She manages the Direct Customer Relationship Marketing program, running multi-channel marketing campaigns to drive customer retention, growth and acquisition.

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    Finding a healthy balance


    She finds it important to get up and move regularly throughout the work day, and will walk during lunch if she has time. “It is healthy to get away from the computer, to keep moving and get fresh air.”

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    Natalie’s career advice


    Natalie finds it important to concentrate on your end goals and focus on the positives, no matter how small. This idea inspires her career advice for others: “Things happen for a reason, learn from your mistakes and grow. If at first you don’t succeed, learn and keep moving forward.”

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