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Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc (8750.T)

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Emergency Assistance Japan and Nissay-Greatwall Life Insurance to provide medical-care insurance service
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 01:18am EDT 

May 16 (Reuters) - Emergency Assistance Japan Co Ltd <6063.T>:* Says it and Nissay-Greatwall Life Insurance Co., Ltd. willprovide supplementary service of medical-care insurance, which ensures medical costs, to Chinese who expect to treat cancer in Japan.  Full Article

Dai-ichi Life Holdings announces change of corporate auditor
Monday, 15 May 2017 04:00am EDT 

May 15(Reuters) - Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc <8750.T>:Says it appoints KPMG AZSA LLC as new corporate auditor, to replace Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC, effective June 26.  Full Article

Nihon Chouzai forms business alliance with two units of Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc.
Monday, 20 Feb 2017 01:15am EST 

Nihon Chouzai Co Ltd <3341.T>: Says the co formed business alliance with THE DAI-ICHI LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. and The Neo First Life Insurance Company, Limited. on Feb. 20 . Says the three entities will cooperate on sales and development of products as well as service promotion .Says the two insurance companies are both wholly owned by Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc.<8750.T>.  Full Article

Dai-ichi Life Holdings announces change of chairman and president
Wednesday, 28 Dec 2016 02:06am EST 

Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc <8750.T> : Says it appoints current president Koichiro Watanabe as new chairman of the board . Says it appoints Seiji Inagaki as new president to succeed Koichiro Watanabe .Changes will occur on April 1, 2017.  Full Article

Janus Capital Group Inc, Henderson Group agree to merge
Monday, 3 Oct 2016 02:51am EDT 

Janus Capital Group : Janus Capital Group Inc. and Henderson Group Plc announce recommended merger of equals . Merger will be effected via a share exchange with each share of Janus common stock exchanged for 4.7190 newly issued shares in Henderson . Combined group, Janus Henderson Global Investors Plc, will have AUM of more than $320 billion . Henderson and Janus shareholders are expected to own approximately 57 pct and 43 pct respectively . Deal to result in annual run rate net cost synergies of at least $110 million . Combined group will apply for admission to trade on NYSE as its primary listing, retaining Henderson`s existing listing on ASX . Merger is currently expected to close in Q2 of 2017, . Synergies expected to drive double digit accretion to both companies` earnings per share in first 12 months following closing . Henderson directors consider merger to be in best interests of Henderson and Henderson shareholders as a whole . Co was advised by unit of Loeb Partners Corp and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher And Flom Llp and affiliates. . Board of Janus Henderson Global Investors is expected to continue to operate a progressive dividend policy . 25 million stg share buyback of Henderson shares, scheduled to take place in second half of 2016, will no longer take place . Janus` largest shareholder, Dai-Ichi Life (Dai-Ichi), has committed to supporting merger.  Full Article

Henderson CEO says merger with Janus means businesses can grow faster
Monday, 3 Oct 2016 02:30am EDT 

Henderson Global Investors : Ceo andrew formica says of merger with janus "there is overlap in both our businesses...potential for businesses to grow even faster" . Ceo andrew formica says janus henderson global investors will have london hq, but maintaining third listing in london "doesn't make sense" .Ceo andrew formica says merger talks started at beginning of year, not affected by brexit vote.  Full Article

R&I's withdraws rating on Dai-ichi Life Insurance
Friday, 30 Sep 2016 02:34am EDT 

Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co Ltd <8750.T> :Rating and Investment Information, Inc.'s withdrew the rating on the company of "A+" – R&I.  Full Article


Australian insurer hired a private eye to surveil mentally ill woman

SYDNEY An Australian life insurer paid a private investigator who covertly filmed a mentally-ill woman eating breakfast, holding hands with her partner and undressing at a swimming pool in a bid to find evidence to avoid paying her claim, an inquiry into finance sector misconduct heard on Thursday.