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Dai-Ichi Life Holdings To Buy Back Up To 2.43% Of Shares Worth 28 Billion Yen Through March 31, 2020
Dai-Ichi Life Says Effissimo Capital Management Holds 10.00 Percent Voting Rights Stake In It As Of 10 Jan, Versus 9.36 Percent In September
Dai-Ichi Life: Bought Back 2.86 Million Shares For About 6 Billion Yen In November
Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc., formerly The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited, is a Japan-based life insurance company. The Company is mainly engaged in the underwriting of insurance policies, including personal insurance, individual annuity insurance, group insurance, group pension insurance, other insurances and reinsurance, as well as the operation of assets, including securities, real estate and monetary claims, securities lending, deposits and savings, trusteeship of money, monetary claims, securities and real estate, securities and financial derivatives trading, as well as foreign exchange futures trading. The Company is also involved in the financial agency, the business agency, the bonds guarantee, as well as the trading, subscription and entrusted management of bonds.
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Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc <8750.T> said on Tuesday it would buy Suncorp Life, an Australian life insurance unit of Suncorp Group Ltd <SUN.AX>, for A$640 million ($460 million), in the latest overseas expansion for a Japanese insurer grappling with a shrinking domestic market...
Australia's Suncorp Group <SUN.AX> is selling its life insurance division to Dai-ichi Life Holdings <8750.T> for $540 million, making the Japanese firm Australia's biggest in a sector that domestic companies are scrambling to quit.
Insurer Suncorp Group Ltd said on Thursday it had entered an agreement to sell its life insurance division to a unit of Dai-Ichi Life Holdings for A$725 million ($538.82 million), ending more than a year of speculation over a sale it had considered since early 2017.
* DAI-ICHI LIFE HOLDINGS TO SET UP UNIT IN CAMBODIA, INVEST AROUND 4 BILLION YEN TO FUND EXPANSION - NIKKEI Source text: http://s.nikkei.com/2Gc8Bup Further company coverage:
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) TOKYO/HONG KONG, November 06 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited's (Dai-ichi Life) Insurer Financial Strength (IFS) Rating at 'A+' (Strong) and its Long-Term Issuer Default...
* Investment of Dai-Ichi Life Holdings in Union Asset Management Co Pvt via compulsorily convertible preference shares Source text - http://bit.ly/2ghYwjf Further company coverage:
* Dai-Ichi Life Holdings Inc reports 12.9 percent stake in Janus Henderson Group Plc as of may 30 - sec filing Source text - http://bit.ly/2r0OgzD Further company coverage:
Japan's Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc <8750.T> plans to start a life insurance business in Cambodia in 2018 and expand its U.S. presence, its president said, in line with the firm's strategy to boost overseas growth as investment returns diminish at home.
* Rating and Investment Information, Inc.'s withdrew the rating on the company of "A+" - R&I
* Upon change in law, Bank of India has sold its 18% stake in Star Union Dai-Ichi Life Insurance Company Ltd (SUD) To Dai-Ichi Life Insurance Company Limited (DILIC).
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