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Proactive and integrated communications
Proactive and integrated communications

The guiding principle of the Triglav Group is comprehensive and active communication with all of its stakeholders. The focus is on fair and balanced two-way communication in order to ensure responsible dialogue with the environment.

 

The Triglav Group endeavours to answer questions from the media in a professional, precise and timely fashion. To this end, data are acquired from specialised departments of the Triglav Group. The time required to collect this information depends on the complexity of the question and the availability of the experts. Therefore journalists are kindly requested to take into account that their questions will be answered after 24 hours from the receipt of the question at the earliest (or the following working day in the case of bank holidays or non-working days) and within seven working days at the latest.

Latest news

18/10/2017
Fire safety month: make your home fire-safe

During the period 2014–2016, fire-fighters were called out over 6,500 times for fires in residential buildings. It is now October, which is Fire Safety Month, and the number of such incidents increased in past years. Although, according to Zavarovalnica Triglav data, the number of annual claims does not seem to have changed significantly, it is worrying that over a third of the Slovenian properties owned by natural persons are not protected with fire insurance. More

17/10/2017
Barbara Smolnikar started to serve on the Management Board

Based on the Supervisory Board’s resolution passed on 17 August 2017 on the appointment of Barbara Smolnikar as a Management Board member of Zavarovalnica Triglav, Barbara Smolnikar started to serve on the Board as of 17 October 2017. More

09/10/2017
Clamping down on speeding drivers with a speed indicator in Velike Lašče

In collaboration with Sipronika and Zavarovalnica Triglav, the Municipality of Velike Lašče has installed an MHP50 “Your Speed” sign in the immediate vicinity of a school route on the road between Ljubljana and Kočevje. This will make conditions safer for the most vulnerable road users, nursery and primary school children, as well as other pedestrians. The speed display is part of the “Calming Traffic Together” project in which, for the second year running, 12 municipalities around Slovenia are actively calming traffic in the vicinity of schools and nurseries, and along school routes, with the help of funding from Slovenia’s biggest insurance company. The proportion of speeding drivers fell by eight percentage points in the first week of operation. More