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  • MEAG – Asset Manager of Munich Re and ERGO

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    MEAG – Asset Manager of Munich Re and ERGO

  • Know-how for institutional investors and private clients

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  • MEAG - All Assets. OneTeam.

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Global AssetManager
of Munich Re and ERGO

        MEAG – A strong asset management partner

        MEAG manages the assets of Munich Re and ERGO. We also offer our extensive know-how to institutional investors and private clients from outside the Group. MEAG has representations in Europe, Asia and North America and manages all the main asset classes such as interest-bearing securities, equities, real estate, renewable energies and infrastructure, under one roof.

        MEAG – All Assets. One Team.

        “Having the opportunity to work in a challenging international environment is what gets me to work so motivated every day.“

        Benjamin Hemming

        “I place great value on having a good mix of experience and creativity in my team.“

        Matthias Wenzel

        “Short chains of command enable me to implement my ideas quickly, and the mutual respect makes for a collegial working environment.“

        Nadine Hege

        In order to fulfil our role as asset manager, we place high demands on our team of experts. As an employee, you should also have personal expectations.

        Commitment and Values

        Kapitalanlage

        Investment

        We are internationally acknowledged experts in risk management, sustainability and climate change.
        Verantwortung

        Responsibility

        We are commited to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
        Investmentchancen

        Investment Opportunities

        With MEAG Nachhaltigkeit, MEAG EM Rent Nachhaltigkeit and MEAG FairReturn we offer sustainable funds for private and institutional investors.

        Awarded Expertise

        MEAG acts for the benefit of investors and clients in order to achieve sustainable asset growth. Awards in the past are not a reliable indicator of future awards or investment performances.