Achmea publishes 2022 Annual Report
General Meeting adopts the financial statements and approves proposed dividend and reappointments
Achmea’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) today adopted the Annual Report and the 2022 financial statements. Other AGM agenda items included the dividend distribution to shareholders and reappointments to the Executive Board and Supervisory Board.
Annual Report and SFCR report
Bianca Tetteroo, chair of Achmea’s Executive Board: “Today, we present our 2022 Annual Report. This integrated report provides an insight into the vision, strategy and goals of our business, how we create value for our stakeholders and the trends and challenges we face. It also addresses our financial, social and sustainability performance.
2022 was an eventful year in many respects: major consequences of the war in Ukraine, the aftermath of the coronavirus and the impact of inflation on many households and businesses. The economic climate meant financial headwinds for our business. Nevertheless, we’re on track with our strategic ambitions and have a strong financial foundation to build on.
Achmea stands for Duurzaam Samen Leven (our vision of sustainable living together). We aim for a sustainable and inclusive society in which we live alongside one another amicably and nobody feels excluded. The events of 2022 have only further convinced us of the importance of this, which is why Duurzaam Samen Leven remains our compass for the years ahead, whether there are tailwinds or headwinds.”
Today, Achmea also publishes its Solvency and Financial Condition Report (SFCR) for 2022. This report presents our financial position based on the Solvency II guidelines. As with the Annual Report, this document can also be downloaded from https://www.achmea.nl/en/investors/publications
The AGM today approved the proposal not to distribute a dividend on ordinary shares and to pay a dividend of €19.6 million on preference shares.
Today, the Supervisory Board reappointed Executive Board members Bianca Tetteroo (chair), Lidwien Suur and Robert Otto, each for a new four-year term, ending on the date of the AGM in 2027.
The AGM reappointed Roel Wijmenga and Petri Hofsté as Supervisory Board members, each for a new two-year term, ending on the date of the AGM in 2025.
In accordance with the retirement schedule, Lineke Sneller today steps down as a Supervisory Board member. She has held this position since 1 January 2013. Supervisory Board chair, Jan van den Berg, and Bianca Tetteroo thank Lineke Sneller for her contribution and commitment over the past ten years and wish her well for the future. The intention is to nominate a replacement shortly.