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Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd (6178.T)

6178.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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10 Dec 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Japan Post Holdings to transfer business to real estate unit
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2018 

Aug 28(Reuters) - Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd <6178.T>:Says it plans to transfer real estate related development and planning and management business to its wholly owned Tokyo-based real estate unit.Effective Oct. 1.  Full Article

Japan Post Insurance to sell Tokyo-based property
Thursday, 1 Feb 2018 

Feb 1 (Reuters) - Japan Post Insurance Co Ltd <7181.T>:Says it will sell Tokyo-based property, effective Feb. 2 and gains from the sale will be 85.03 billion yen .  Full Article

Japan Post Bank receives approval regarding development of new business
Monday, 19 Jun 2017 

June 19 (Reuters) - Japan Post Bank Co Ltd <7182.T>:* Says it received approval regarding development of new bank business, from the commissioner of the Financial Services Agency and Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, on June 19 .* Says it will mainly develop loans related business, asset management business and other bank related business .  Full Article

Japan Post Insurance receives approval regarding development of new insurance business
Monday, 19 Jun 2017 

June 19 (Reuters) - Japan Post Insurance Co Ltd <7181.T>:* Says it received approval regarding development of new insurance business, from the commissioner of the Financial Services Agency and Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, on June 19 .* Says it will mainly develop whole life insurance, fixed term annuity insurance and disaster special contract related new business .  Full Article

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