Share capital of WARTA Insurance and Reinsurance Company stands at 187 938 580 PLN
Talanx International AG – 75,7% of shares
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company – 24,3% of shares
About the companies:
With premium income of EUR 28.1 billion (2013) and more than 21,500 employees, Talanx is Germany's third-largest and Europe's eighth-largest insurance group. The Hannover-based Group is active in some 150 countries. Talanx operates as a multi-brand provider with a focus on B2B insurance. The Group's brands include HDI, the global industrial insurer HDI-Gerling, Hannover Re, one of the world's leading reinsurers, Targo Versicherungen, PB Versicherungen and Neue Leben, the latter all specialized in bancassurance, and the financial services provider Ampega. The takeovers of TU Europa and TUiR Warta S.A. have now made Poland the second core market of Talanx. The rating agency Standard & Poor's has given the Talanx Primary Group a financial strength rating of A+/stable (strong) and the Hannover Re Group one of AA–/ stable (very strong). Talanx AG is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the MDAX (German Securities Code: TLX100, ISIN: DE000TLX1005).
You can find additional information by going to www.talanx.com.
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Meiji Yasuda Life
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company was established in 1881 as the first life insurer in the Japanese market. It is one of the largest life insurers in Japan. Meiji Yasuda Life's sales personnel provide a wide range of insurance products, including individual life insurance and annuities and related services that satisfy customers through a nationwide network. Meiji Yasuda Life has also established a position as the market leader in the group life insurance sector.
Meiji Yasuda Life and Talanx entered into a strategic alliance agreement in November 2010 to formalize their capital and business alliance.