Ukraine Emergency

Supporting our clients and their employees.

We are close to our clients and their employees who may be impacted by the current situation in Ukraine.
 

You will understand that under current circumstances our Network Partner Ingo Ukraine is not fully operational. Our colleagues are doing their very best to ensure a minimum of business continuation but this is becoming more difficult at the moment.

Together with our local colleagues we are and will do all that we can to make sure that your employees and their families are properly covered under their policies, and claims best served at the time that it will be possible to operate normally again, hopefully soon. We count on your comprehension, sensitivity, and patience in the meanwhile.

If you have questions or need support, please contact us.
 

Helping Ukrainian families and children.

Ukrainian families, especially those with young children, need urgent help. 
Generali has created an Emergency Fund of 3 million Euros to support refugee programmes, including a donation to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, which is currently at the forefront of the humanitarian response in Ukraine and launched a global fundraising campaign, by leveraging the network of The Human Safety Net.

Everyone can contribute to the fundraising campaign, and all the funds pledged by our employees will be matched by Generali.

As a further course of action, we have closed our Moscow representative office and resigned from positions held on the board of the Russian insurer Ingosstrakh, in which Generali holds a minority investment stake of 38.5%. Europ Assistance, which operates in the country, has also winded down its business.