The AXA Group Corporate Website
This information is intended to make navigating the www.axa.com website easier.
Presentation of Information
Information is presented under six main thematic headings:
The AXA Group: An overview of the Group from a business, financial and human standpoint
Corporate Governance: Information about the principles and structure of the Group's corporate governance
Corporate Responsibility: Information about how our business practices engage us with respect to each of our stakeholders
Investor Relations: Information about AXA Group financial communications
Individual Shareholders: Clear and comprehensive information for our individual shareholders
Press corener: Dedicated to the Group's media communications.
Documents available on the website can be downloaded from the section entitled Publications. Documents are organized by clearly identifiable publication categories.
We have made every effort to ensure that this site is as intuitive as possible and that it complies with the standards and directives set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as part of the Web Accessibility Initiative.
This means that, insofar as possible, we strive to provide all users with uniform service quality. In the months ahead, we will be making further efforts to improve the accessibility of our Group portals. Do not hesitate to contact us with your comments.
Compliance with standards
Most of the pages of this website meet all the Priority 1 and Priority 2 checkpoints of the W3C's web content accessibility guidelines.
All other pages meet the Priority 1 checkpoints of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
All pages conform to the XHTML 1.0 document structure.
This website uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
For the visual layout, this site uses cascading style sheets, which make help technologies more accessible.
This site uses only those font sizes which are compatible with the text size option defined by the user in visual browsers.
If your browser does not manage style sheets, the content of each page will still be elegantly displayed so that content remains readable.
Whenever this website contains links that do not provide a full description of what the connection leads to, the link will contain a title attribute that explains the content of the site. You may view this title by placing your mouse or other cursor directly on the text.
This site uses very few pop-up windows. The title attribute explains whether a link opens a new navigation window.
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Glossary of financial terms
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The search engine appears on the upper right-hand corner of every page.
You can extend your search to one or several headings, and to documents in French and/or in English.
Search results are displayed in lists of 10 pages or document references.
Display and compatibility
The www.axa.com website is optimized for a graphic resolution of 800 by 600 pixels.
The following are required to access the site:
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- for Macintosh users: Safari, IE5.
We have made every effort to ensure that site pages load as rapidly as possible.
To optimize viewing of video clips and multimedia on the website, we recommend a high-speed internet connection.
Videos and multimedia
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View files in .pdf
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