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First year internship: Axa (business school)

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  1. Company presentation
    1. AXA France
    2. AXA Agency Carré d'As
  2. Mission entrusted and tasks done
    1. Interest for the internship
    2. Mission
    3. Products
    4. Schedule and details of the commercial operation
    5. Difficulties
  3. Conclusion
    1. Issue
    2. Internship assessment
    3. Thanks

AXA is a French group rooted from the merge of various insurance companies whose the most ancient was created in 1816.

L'Ancienne Mutuelle de Rouen was a small French insurance society created during the XIXth century whose main function was to cover the agricultural risks in Normandy.

Over this cooperation the future group of AXA will be developed.
In 1978 l'Ancienne Mutuelle takes the control of the Compagnie parisienne de garantie, renamed Mutuelle parisienne de garantie. The cooperative Ancienne mutuelle is renamed Mutuelles Unies.

In 1982, Mutuelles Unies buy the Drouot Group. The whole of this becomes the first private insurance group in France. In July of 1985: AXA becomes the corporate denomination of the all Mutuelles Unies /Drouot.

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