Corporate Responsibility is the contribution of businesses to sustainable economic development and to the interests of society by taking responsibility for the direct and indirect impact of their activities on various stakeholders, including: customers, suppliers, employees, shareholders, communities and the environment.
As a company whose business is to protect people over the long term, AXA is committed to help build a more sustainable society. Our strategy is to place Corporate Responsibility both at the heart of our business as well as our day to day interactions with our stakeholders.
As a responsible corporate citizen, AXA strives to play a positive role in society, by giving back to the communities in which we operate in.
The AXA Bounce for Good Challenge encourages Singaporeans to support and celebrate people bouncing back from adversity and inspire the larger community in Singapore to do the same.
AXA embarked on a series of weekly health challenges aimed at catalysing lifestyle changes for the Singapore public.
CR Week is a week dedicated annually for the AXA Group and its employees globally to contribute time and resources to help local charities and causes. In 2018, AXA celebrated CR Week from 18 to 23 June. Employees in Singapore spent the week giving back to their community and learning about causes they can help contribute to.
AXA is donating S$10 to Singapore Cancer Society for every AXA CritiCare for Her and AXA CritiCare for Him policy purchased.
The AXA Research Fund was born in 2007 out of the strong belief that science plays a critical role in empowering people to face today’s challenges and forge themselves a better life.
It is the scientific philanthropy initiative of AXA and is dedicated to boosting scientific discoveries that contribute to societal progress. Since its creation, the AXA Research Fund has committed €179 million globally, with more than €5 million granted to 10 projects in Singapore including the establishment of the AXA Chair Professorship of Cybersecurity at Singapore Management University and the AXA Chair on Natural Hazards at Nanyang Technological University.Read more about the AXA Research Fund