AXA

AXA (AXJ)

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AXJ

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AXA (AXJ) is the holding company for the AXA Group, a worldwide leader in financial protection. It was listed on the Australian Sock Market (ASX) on 20 March, 2007. Based on available information at December 31, 2009, the AXA Group was one of the world’s largest insurance groups, with consolidated gross revenues of €90.1  billion for the year ended December 31, 2009.

AXA Asia Pacific

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AXA

Stock Exchange

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AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited (AXA) is now one of the leading providers of retirement funds, insurances, investment products as well as businesses, families and individual saving plans in the world. It is the holding company for the wealth management, life insurance and advice businesses of AXA Asia Pacific Group in countries like China, Hong Kong SAR, Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Australia. AXA Asia Pacific was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 1st of October, 1996.

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