News - Japan: Swiss Re unit starts non-life operations

May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p49
Trade Publication
The article reports that Swiss Re International SE Japan Branch (SRIJ), a member of Swiss Reinsurance Co. Ltd., has started operation in Japan on April 1, 2011, after receiving a non-life insurance license from the Financial Services Agency (FSA). SRIJ supports corporate clients in Japan with direct insurance solutions and capacity in areas such as commercial earthquake insurance and commercial liability protection.


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