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  • Price (HKD)18.52
  • Today's Change0.40 / 2.21%
  • Shares traded16.42m
  • 1 Year change-20.85%
  • Beta--
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About the company

China Pacific Insurance (Group) Co., Ltd. is a China-based company mainly engaged in the insurance business. The Company operates its businesses through life insurance business, including individual life insurances, group life insurances, and short-term casualty and health insurances, among others; property insurance business, including motor vehicle insurances and non motor vehicle insurances, as well as asset management business, including bond investment, equity investment and investment real estate, among others. Through its subsidiaries, the Company is also engaged in the pension business. It operates its businesses primarily in domestic market.

  • Revenue in CNY (TTM)448.88bn
  • Net income in CNY24.42bn
  • Incorporated1991
  • Employees107.00k
  • Location
    China Pacific Insurance Group Co LtdNo.1 Zhongshan South RoadHuangpu DistrictSHANGHAI 200010ChinaCHN
  • Phone+86 2 158767282
  • Fax+86 2 168870791
  • Websitehttp://www.cpic.com.cn
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