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Picc Property And Casualty Jan To Sept Total Original Insurance Premium Income Rmb345,796 Million, Up 0.5 %
JPMorgan Chase & Co's Long Position In PICC Property And Casualty Rises To 5.46% - HKEX Filing
Picc Property And Casualty Says Total Original Insurance Premium Income From 1 January To 31 August RMB 309,843 Million
PICC Property and Casualty Company Limited is principally engaged in the provision of property and casualty insurance products. The Company operates its business through eight segments. The Motor Vehicle segment is engaged in the provision of insurance products covering motor vehicles. The Commercial Property segment is engaged in the provision of insurance products covering commercial properties. The Cargo segment is engaged in the provision of insurance products covering vessels, crafts or conveyances. The Liability segment is engaged in the provision of insurance products covering policyholders' liabilities. The Accidental Injury and Health segment is engaged in the provision of insurance products covering accidental injuries and medical expenses. The Agriculture segment is engaged in the provision of agricultural insurance products. The Others segment mainly represents insurance products related to homeowners and credit. The Corporate segment is engaged in investment activities.
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PICC Mansion, Building 2, No.2 Courtyard
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President, Executive Director
Executive Vice President, the Responsible Financial Officer and the Chief Accountant
Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer
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* Insurance covers 10% of China's natural disaster losses vs 30%-40% globally
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -1.2%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 6.1%
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* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 9.1%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 7.2%
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