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Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited

TYO:8750 ISIN:JP3476480003

Dai-ichi Mutual Life Insurance Company (TYO:8750) is one of Japan's top insurers. The firm sells individual and group life insurance, annuities, and supplemental medical coverage, as well as individual and group pension products. Dai-ichi Life also provides nonlife insurance products through its partnership with Sompo Japan Insurance, as well as cancer insurance through a partnership with Aflac. Other services include asset management and risk management. Dai-ichi Life sells its products through thousands of sales representatives it calls "Total Life Plan Designers."



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