Japanese life insurers to merge corporate pension operations

Nippon Life Insurance and Dai-ichi Life Insurance run Corporate-Pension Business Service as a 50-50 joint venture. That unit will swallow up Japan Pension Service Co., an outfit owned by Sumitomo Life Insurance, Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance, Mitsui Life …
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