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Takefumi Ito

INTERVIEW-Taiyo Life to increase foreign debt holdings, but will give Treasuries a pass

22 Oct 2018

* 70 pct of foreign bonds holdings hedged, to retain ratio in H2

Japan insurer Aioi Nissay eyes alternative assets, foreign equities

20 Apr 2018

TOKYO Japan's Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance is considering investing in alternative assets and foreign stocks in the current fiscal year as it looks to diversify its portfolio, a senior official said on Friday.

INTERVIEW-Japan insurer Aioi Nissay mulling buying more unhedged foreign bonds

18 Oct 2017

TOKYO, Oct 18 Japan's Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance, which has assets of around 3 trillion yen ($26.73 billion), increased its holdings of unhedged foreign bonds in the first half of the fiscal year through September and is mulling buying more in the second half, a senior official said.

Japan's Taiyo Life to increase foreign bond investment with focus on corporate debt

21 Apr 2017

TOKYO Japan's Taiyo Life Insurance plans to continue increasing its foreign bond holdings this financial year with a focus on corporate debt, a senior official told Reuters on Friday.

Taiyo Life to keep bulk of foreign bond holdings currency-hedged

26 Oct 2016

TOKYO Japan's Taiyo Life Insurance increased currency-hedged foreign bond holdings in the first half of the fiscal year through March 2017 and plans to keep currency exposure limited in the second half, a senior official told Reuters on Wednesday.

INTERVIEW-Taiyo Life to keep bulk of foreign bond holdings currency-hedged

26 Oct 2016

TOKYO, Oct 26 Japan's Taiyo Life Insurance increased currency-hedged foreign bond holdings in the first half of the fiscal year through March 2017 and plans to keep currency exposure limited in the second half, a senior official told Reuters on Wednesday.

Japan's Taiyo Life plans to slightly increase foreign bond holdings

23 Oct 2014

TOKYO Japan's Taiyo Life Insurance plans to continue slightly increasing its foreign bond purchases, concentrating on U.S. Treasuries, in the second half of the current fiscal year through March 2015, a senior official said on Thursday.

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