Management of the PZU Group’s brands

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Highlights 2017

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Pekao ranked 2nd and Alior Bank ranked 8th in terms of accumulated assets
Pekao ranked 2nd and Alior Bank ranked 8th in terms of accumulated assets
The PZU Group’s share in the non-life insurance market is 35.7%
The PZU Group’s share in the non-life insurance market is 35.7%
Strong position in insurance with a periodic premium with a market share of 45.8% (+0.7 p.p. y/y, the highest level since 2010)
Strong position in insurance with a periodic premium with a market share of 45.8% (+0.7 p.p. y/y, the highest level since 2010)
Group model based on a comprehensive offering in the insurance, finance and health area
Group model based on a comprehensive offering in the insurance, finance and health area
2000 outlets at the disposal of clients in the health insurance and medical care services provided by the PZU Group
2000 outlets at the disposal of clients in the health insurance and medical care services provided by the PZU Group
Strong market position in motor insurance, including direct activity with a market share of 38.4%
Strong market position in motor insurance, including direct activity with a market share of 38.4%
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PZU is the most recognizable brand in Poland. According to spontaneous awareness studies, recognition of the PZU brand reaches 88%, while prompted brand awareness is 100%. Even though it is associated mainly with insurance, the PZU Group umbrella contains several brands. They differ in terms of the visual systems used, target groups and business models. 

The dominating brand is the PZU corporate brand. This brand is used to identify the PZU Group itself as well as most of its companies operating on the Polish market (PZU, PZU Życie, PTE PZU, TFI PZU, PZU Pomoc, PZU Zdrowie, PZU Centrum Operacji), as well as some of the international companies – the Ukrainian companies and the branch in Estonia.

In the PZU Group’s architecture there is also a group of so- called PZU family brands. The family consists of companies whose names do not refer to the dominant brand, such as AAS Balta i TUW PZUW. However, their logos look similar to the corporate brand. These companies also use similar visual identification systems.

The last level of brand architecture is the independent brands group. This category includes the brands within the PZU Group, the names and visualization of which differ from the corporate brand, such as Lietuvos Draudimas and LINK4. Both companies are distinguished by their high prompted brand awareness on the Lithuanian and Polish markets, at 98% and 97% respectively. 

PZU Group brand architecture (the “corporate umbrella” model)

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