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Corporate Responsibility

“I am a citizen and my company is a corporate citizen. I have an obligation to participate in society as a corporate member, and I have a moral duty to do something for the community that is not motivated by self-interest.”
– Claude Bébéar, Honorary Chairman of the AXA Group

Corporate Responsibility
Corporate Responsibility
Introduction

Six Pillars

As a company whose business is to protect people over the long term, AXA has the responsibility to leverage its skills, resources, and risk expertise to build a stronger and safer society. Our Corporate Responsibility (CR) strategy is to place it both at the heart of our business as well as day to day interactions with our stakeholders. It is through adopting a responsible behavior, as well as through sustainability added-value products and services, that AXA is able to most effectively participate in social, environmental and economic progress.

Our CR strategy rests on the following six pillars:

ShareHolders
Responsibility in our governance model
Employees
Responsibility in our workplace
Customers
Responsibility in customer relations and in our products
Suppliers
Responsibility in supplier selection & relations
Environment
Responsibility in our environment footprint
Community
Responsibility towards civil society
ShareHolders
Responsibility in our governance model
Employees
Responsibility in our workplace
Customers
Responsibility in customer relations and in our products
Suppliers
Responsibility in supplier selection & relations
Environment
Responsibility in our environment footprint
Community
Responsibility towards civil society

Community Involvement

Read about the community programmes we have developed over the years, in contribution to protect and build a more sustainable society.

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AXA Road Safety

As one of the leading motor insurers in Singapore, AXA Insurance is responsible to the society we operate in. We contribute to the social objectives of sustainable development through our committed actions aimed at protecting and supporting the community.

With the increase in the vehicle and human population, AXA would like to reinforce the importance of road safety by reminding all motorists to be responsible drivers by changing their driving habits.

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Main Findings for 2015

The Survey revealed how pervasive technology is and its influence on driving habits, particularly among young adults. 90% of drivers aged 18-29 perceive texting while driving as dangerous, yet 26% of them admitted to engaging in such behaviour.

Continuing on our commitment towards road safety, we conducted a survey of over 500 road users in Singapore. In addition to understanding the attitudes and behaviours of road users, we also sought to find out more about the reasons behind unsafe driving behaviours and factors that might cause drivers to improve their driving behaviours.

Why driving
has become
more unsafe
Top 3 perceived  dangerous driving behaviours

72%
More aggressive
drivers on the road

64%
Everybody seems to be
in a hurry these days

57%
Increase in the number
of vehicles on the road
Why people use
mobile devices
while driving
: Why people use mobile devices while driving
Dangerous Driving Behaviour
Feel the need to
answer calls & messages
in a timely manner
Job-related reasons
Job-related reasons
Distracted by alerts,
updates and notifications
Young Drivers:
Mobile
Engagement
Frequency
Young Drivers: Mobile Engagement Frequency

38%
Answering the phone without a hands-free kit
37%
Frequently check their mobile devices
36%
Use their mobile devices
to check their GPS apps
without a mount/stand
26%
Send text messages while driving
Road Safety Infographics

AXA Research Fund

The AXA Research Fund (ARF) was created in 2007 by the AXA Group to support independent academic research that contribute to understanding and better prepare against environmental, life and socio-economic risks. Since its creation, ARF has granted almost €3.6 million to 3 projects in Singapore including the establishment of the AXA Chair on Natural Hazards in the Nanyang Technological University. In addition, grants worth €240,000 have been awarded to 2 Singaporean researchers based in the United Kingdom.

Projects Granted
in Singapore

Projects Granted to
Singaporeans Overseas

Kerry Sieh

Project:
Towards a comprehensive panorama of natural hazards in South East Asia

Amanda Nio

Project:
The role of exercise, ageing and female sex hormones upon physiologic measures of cardiac structure and function in pre- and post-menopausal women

Andrea Glenn

Project:
Role of brain structure and function in juvenile delinquent and risk-taking behaviors and its impact on biological and psychosocial treatment efficacy

Kelvin Peh

Project:
Quantifying the risks caused by habitat loss: a practical toolkit for informed decision-making

Richard Ebstein

Project:
Biology of decision making under risk

Projects Granted in
Singapore

Professor Kerry Sieh
(Chair holder)
AXA Chair on Natural Hazards at the Nanyang Technological University

Project:
Towards a comprehensive panorama of natural hazards in South East Asia

Andrea Glenn
Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Project:
Role of brain structure and function in juvenile delinquent and risk-taking behaviors and its impact on biological and psychosocial treatment efficacy

Richard Ebstein

Project:
Biology of decision making under risk

Projects Granted to
Singaporeans Overseas

Amanda Nio

Project:
The role of exercise, ageing and female sex hormones upon physiologic measures of cardiac structure and function in pre- and post-menopausal women

Kelvin Peh

Project:
Quantifying the risks caused by habitat loss: a practical toolkit for informed decision-making

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