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China Life Insurance Co Ltd (2628.HK)

2628.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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21 Sep 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

China Life Insurance approved to nominate Yuan Changqing for non-executive director of fifth session
Thursday, 24 Aug 2017 07:12am EDT 

Aug 24 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS>:Considered and approved resolution in relation to nomination of Yuan Changqing as candidate for non-executive director of fifth session of board of co.In addition, qualification of Yuan Changqing as a director is subject to approval of China Insurance Regulatory Commission.  Full Article

China Life Insurance Co Ltd announces formation of partnership
Thursday, 24 Aug 2017 07:07am EDT 

Aug 24 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd<2628.HK>:Connected transaction - formation of partnership .Intends to enter into special fund partnership agreement & its supplemental agreement with Fund GP, as general partner.Total capital amount of special fund partnership shall be rmb5.6 billion.Special Fund Partnership and Baidu, Inc., each as limited partner, will enter into Baidu Fund Partnership Agreement WITH Fund GP, as general partner.Total capital of Special Fund Partnership will be invested in Baidu Fund Partnership.  Full Article

China Life Insurance's H1 net profit up from year ago
Thursday, 24 Aug 2017 05:10am EDT 

Aug 24 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS><2628.HK>LFC.N:Says H1 net profit 12.242 billion yuan ($1.84 billion) versus 10.395 billion year ago.  Full Article

China Life Insurance Co announces election of employee representative supervisor
Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 04:47am EDT 

July 20 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co <2628.HK>:Election Of Employee Representative Supervisor .Li Guodong has been elected as an employee representative supervisor of fifth session of supervisory committee of company.Qualification of Li Guodong as a supervisor is still subject to approval of China Insurance Regulatory Commission.  Full Article

China Life Insurance's Jan-May premium income at 298.5 bln yuan
Wednesday, 14 Jun 2017 04:00am EDT 

June 14 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS><2628.HK>:Says Jan-May premium income at about 298.5 billion yuan ($43.92 billion).  Full Article

China Life Insurance to pay A shares annual div for FY 2016 on June 16
Monday, 12 Jun 2017 02:12am EDT 

June 12 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS> ::* Says it will pay cash dividend of 0.24 yuan(before tax)/share for 2016 to shareholders of record on June 15 .* The company's shares will be traded ex-right and ex-dividend on June 16 and the dividend will be paid on June 16 .  Full Article

China Life Insurance's January-April premium income at about 268.4 bln yuan
Monday, 15 May 2017 04:18am EDT 

May 15 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS><2628.HK>:Says Jan-April premium income at about 268.4 billion yuan ($38.91 billion).  Full Article

China Life Insurance posts Q1 net profit of RMB 6.15 bln
Thursday, 27 Apr 2017 05:01am EDT 

April 27 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS>:Q1 net profit RMB 6,149 million versus RMB 5,251 million a year ago.  Full Article

China Life Insurance posts quarterly operating income RMB 271.73 billion
Thursday, 27 Apr 2017 05:01am EDT 

April 27 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS>:Qtrly operating income RMB 271.73 billion versus RMB 219.98 billion.  Full Article

China Life Insurance says accumulated premium income for Jan-March was about rmb246.2 bln
Thursday, 13 Apr 2017 04:40am EDT 

China Life Insurance Co Ltd <601628.SS>:Accumulated premium income of company for period from 1 January 2017 To 31 March 2017 was about rmb246.2 billion.  Full Article

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