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Fitch Says Typhoon Hagibis Is Likely To Be Earnings Event For Japan's Three Main Non-Life Insurance Groups, MS&AD, Sompo & Tokio Marine
Tokio Marine Says It Will Buy U.S. Insurance Firm Pure Group For About $3.1 Billion
Tokio Marine To Buy U.S. Insurance Firm Pure Group For About 320 Bln Yen - Source
Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc. is a Japan-based company engaged in the domestic non-life insurance business, domestic life insurance business, overseas insurance business, as well as financial and general business. The Company operates through four business segments. The Domestic Non-life Insurance segment is engaged in no-life insurance underwriting business and asset management business in Japan. The Domestic Life Insurance segment is engaged in life insurance underwriting and asset management services in Japan. The Overseas Insurance segment is engaged in overseas insurance underwriting and asset management services. The Financial and General segment is mainly engaged in the provision of investment advisory services, investment trust outsourcing services, staffing services, as well as real estate management and nursing care business.
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Japan's Tokio Marine Holdings Inc is expected to pay 1.5 billion reais ($369 million) to Brazil's state-owned lender Caixa Economica Federal as part of a joint venture to sell home insurance, the bank said in a securities filing on Monday.
A string of powerful typhoons that struck Japan has left scars on the country's non-life insurers, with industry giants likely forced to pay a combined $8 billion in insurance payments in the current fiscal year that ends in March.
Tokio Marine Holdings Inc <8766.T> will buy insurer Pure Group for about $3.1 billion, it said on Thursday, marking its fourth sizable acquisition in the United States in a little over a decade.
Japan's Tokio Marine Holdings Inc will buy U.S. insurer Pure Group for about $3 billion, the Nikkei business daily reported on Thursday.
RHB Bank, Malaysia's fourth-biggest lender, said on Wednesday it had received permission from the country's central bank to start talks to sell up to 94.7% of its shares in its general insurance arm to Tokio Marine Asia Pte Ltd.
The incoming CEO of Tokio Marine Holdings Inc <8766.T> said on Monday the insurer will actively pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) opportunities overseas to further diversify its geographic footprint.
* TOKIO MARINE HOLDINGS PLANS TO SELL ITS CORE REINSURANCE SUBSIDIARIES IN EUROPE TO RENAISSANCERE HOLDINGS FOR AN ESTIMATED $1.5 BILLION - NIKKEI
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co Ltd plans to increase its foreign bond holdings, mainly floating rate dollar bonds, senior investment planning officials said on Tuesday.
Japanese insurer Tokio Marine Holdings Inc <8766.T>, one of the country's most acquisitive companies, has a $9 billion war chest for overseas purchases and is scouting for deals in Asia as it looks to boost its profits from the region.
Insurance Australia Group (IAG) <IAG.AX> said on Tuesday it will sell its Thai and Indonesian operations to Japanese insurer Tokio Marine Holdings <8766.T> for A$525 million ($390 million).
Insurance Australia Group said on Tuesday it would sell its Thai and Indonesian operations to Japanese insurer Tokio Marine Holdings for A$525 million (43.08 billion yen)($389.71 million).
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance plans to increase its holdings of foreign bonds in the year to March, focusing on euro corporate bonds and floating rate dollar bonds, senior investment planning officials said on Thursday.
* Says it completed repurchase of 19.5 million shares of its common stock, for 100 billion yen in total, as of March 23
* Says it bought back 5.3 million shares for 26.9 billion yen in total from Feb. 1 to Feb. 28
* Says it bought back 5.3 million shares for 28.69 billion yen in total, from Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
* Says it repurchased 4.5 million shares for 23.04 billion yen in total, from Dec. 1, 2017 to Dec. 31, 2017
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance plans to increase its holding of foreign corporate bonds by almost 70 billion yen ($618 million) in the half year to March, senior investment planning officials said on Tuesday.
* Tokio Marine Hcc announces agreement to acquire AIG's medical stop-loss operations
* Tokio Marine Holdings to buy medical stop-loss insurance business of AIG via U.S. unit for just over 30 billion yen ($266 million) - Nikkei Source text : [http://s.nikkei.com/2fF1cr3] Further company coverage:
* Says it plans to retire 5 million shares of its common stock on Sept. 30
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