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AIA Group Ltd (1299.HK)

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20 Feb 2017
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AIA Group reports 27 pct growth in VONB in third quarter
Thursday, 13 Oct 2016 06:13pm EDT 

AIA Group Ltd <1299.HK> : 27 per cent growth in VONB to US$689 million in Q3 . VONB margin of 50.7 per cent in Q3 . Q3 annualised new premiums (ANP) US$1.33 billion versus US$936 million . Life insurance markets in Asia will continue to benefit from significant structural economic and demographic trends ."Remain confident in prospects for AIA".  Full Article

AIA Group posts HY value of new business of $1.26 bln<1299.HK>
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016 06:08pm EDT 

AIA Group Ltd <1299.HK>: Interim results for the six months ended 31 May 2016 . HY value of new business (VONB) $1.26 billion versus $959 million a year ago . 17 per cent increase in interim dividend to 21.90 Hong Kong cents per share . HY free surplus up 10 per cent in the first half to US$8.2 billion . "Outlook for the global economy remains increasingly unpredictable" . HY 31 per cent increase in annualised new premiums (ANP) to US$2.36 billion . HY IFRS operating profit after tax (OPAT) up 14 per cent to US$1.96 billion . HY VONB margin up 2.4 pps to 52.7 per cent ."Remain confident in the prospects for the group".  Full Article

Aia Group Ltd declares interim dividend
Thursday, 23 Jul 2015 06:09pm EDT 

Aia Group Ltd:Declares an interim dividend of 18.72 Hong Kong cents per share, an increase of 17 pct.Payable on Aug. 28 to shareholders whose names appear on the register of members of the Company at the close of business on Aug. 12.  Full Article

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Exclusive: ANZ's sale of insurance unit attracts Meiji Yasuda, AIA Group - sources

SYDNEY/SINGAPORE/TOKYO Australia and New Zealand Banking Group's sale of its life insurance and wealth business, which has been valued at $3.33 billion by the bank, is attracting interest from Japan’s Meiji Yasuda and Hong Kong-based AIA Group , according to people familiar with the situation.